Turbulent seas in the Drake Passage.
Most ships that head to the southern end of the world must pass through a gateway called the Drake Passage. This pinch point between Tierra del Fuego and Antarctica creates some of the most changeable seas on earth.
I’ll be on the National Geographic Explorer all month, and it will be fun to post from the White Continent. This holiday season, it’s time to Meet the South. Join me for a brief change of scene from our beloved north.