Polar Latitudes is helping to raise funds for environment and heritage projects on South Georgia this season!

We are delighted to announce that we will be working with the staff and passengers of Polar Latitudes again this season, to raise funds for projects to benefit South Georgia.

Passengers of the Hebridean Sky and Island Sky will be visiting the island to experience its remarkable scenery, wildlife and human history. During their visit, they will be able to participate in auctions, to bid for special items available only on through auctions in aid of SGHT and FOSGI. Auction funds will go towards our conservation work, which in the coming season will include working with GSGSSI to ensure that rodents and other invasive species have no pathway to the island; supporting work to address at-sea threats to wandering, grey-headed and black-browed albatrosses breeding at South Georgia; uncovering South Georgia’s lost archaeology and much more.

Polar Latitudes has been a key supporter of the conservation on South Georgia in recent years and we are extremely grateful for the opportunity to partner with them again.

Thank you!

The South Georgia wandering albatross, one of the island’s albatross species threatened by marine fishing practices elsewhere in the world, and one of the projects supported by Polar Latitudes’ passengers.