Antarctica Maps

I used the Lat/Long coordinate from the Ship's Log to generate a Google Map of the Antarctica Expedition. This shows the 3,488 nautical miles onboard the Ocean Nova plus the 7,658 statue miles (times two!) I flew. They only provided data that was accurate to a degree-minute, so I did a bit of research to obtain more precise information, plus correct what appears to be a few typos. Remember, that part of the world is pretty remote so it's not well surveyed, plus GPS may not be accurate.
Click on the day-of-the-trip numbered markers (some are close to each other, so zoom in) to see more info about each destination.

I left Boulder, Colorado which is on the 40°N latitude line. Our voyage on the Ocean Nova started in Ushuaia, Argentina at almost 55°S. The Falklands are around 51°S and South Georgia is 54°S. We made landings on the Antarctic Continent starting at 63°S and the farthest South we got was 65.26°S. This was mid-season so the Ocean Nova went further on the next trip ... and ran aground at 68.13°S.