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Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2448 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2465 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2433 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2461 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2438 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2469 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2473 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2447 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2432 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2472 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2426 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2422 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2471 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2459 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2439 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2428 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2460 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2450 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2445 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2431 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2443 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2446 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2463 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2464 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2434 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2466 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2437 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2456 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2430 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2436 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2429 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2425 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2454 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2467 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2462 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2427 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2442 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2440 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2457 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2424 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2470 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2423 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2453 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2468 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2444 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2421 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2435 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2474 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2451 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2455 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2458 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2449 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2452 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
979-2441 - Images from November 23, 2007 of the rescue of 154 people from the sinking expedition ship Explorer in Antarctica. All 154 people were in lifeboats and Zodiacs as of 3:00AM local time. Two rescue boats arrived on the scene at 6:30AM local time. The first was the Norwegian Cruise ship Nordnorge and the second was the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Endeavour. All 154 people were safely transferred to the Nordnorge. These images are taken from the bow of the National Geographic Endeavour. The Explorer continued listing and taking on water, finally sinking later that day.
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