This schooner first set sail in 1910. It spent 100 years sailing to icy destinations all over the world, from the Arctic Circle to the penguin-strewn islands of Antarctica. Today, it has a double life.
Since being restored to its former glory, it sets sail every summer on exciting expeditions. One popular destination is the Svalbard Islands – an untouched Arctic wilderness.
In the winter, it is sealed in ice, frozen, in a Norwegian fjord. But you can still get there by dog-sled or snowmobile.