Zodiac boat cruise people dodge icebergs landing at Cuverville Island, Antarctica.
People from the M/S Explorer dodge icebergs to arrive via a Zodiac boat wet landing on Cuverville Island, Antarctica. The rocky Cuverville Island is in Errera Channel off the west coast of Graham Land, the north portion of the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. In summer, Cuverville is often home to a large rookery of Gentoo Penguins. The island was discovered by the Belgian Antarctic Expedition (1897-1899) under Adrien de Gerlache, who named it for J.M.A. Cavelier de Cuverville (1834-1912), a vice admiral of the French Navy. Cuverville Island or Île de Cavelier de Cuverville is located at 64 degrees 41 minutes South Latitude and 62 degrees 38 minutes West Longitude.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download