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A Different Way to Do Antarctica

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I saw sail boats down there.  Our guide said that they were not IAATO members and if they showed up before an IAATO member, the IAATO member ship wouldn't disembark. I thought that was rude.  

However, it does look like a great experience for a cheap price.  (relatively)

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5 minutes ago, kaisatsu said:

There are a number of sailing yachts that are operated by IAATO members. They’re identified as such in the member list:

https://appstest.iaato.org/iaato/member/list.xhtml

I stand corrected. It may have only been some that we saw.  Or my leader may have been trying to sound more important.  I did notice that this website did not list being an IAATO member that I could see, but had "scheduled stops" that are only available to IAATO members (like Port Lockery).  

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