MOON REGAN TRANSANTARCTIC EXPEDITION

Winston Wong | Imperial College London


TEAM MEMBERS

Andrew Regan

Andrew Regan is an experienced Polar traveller and has already been to both the North and the South Pole. In 2005 he was a member of the record breaking Ice Challenger Expedition. Recently three of Andrew Regan’s sons accompanied him on a trip to the North Pole. The journey inspired the Junior Polar Traveller website, which is intended as a fun educational resource for children, parents, and teachers. He was also the main driving force behind this forthcoming expedition.

Andrew Regan believes that the more people are educated about the Polar regions, the more they will protect them in the future. Find out more about what Andrew Regan has to say about the environment, his motivation and his take on the whole experience.

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Andrew Moon

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Andrew Moon has worked as a lawyer since 1982. He’s a keen sailor and lives in the Cayman Islands - representing that country in various regattas and races over the last 15 years. His extensive travel experience has taken him over all seven continents, as well as the North and South Poles.

Andrew’s interest in Antarctica has led him to carry out a comprehensive study of Polar history and exploration, as well as the routes across Antarctica. Because of his knowledge, excellent navigational skills and skiing ability, Andrew Moon was the ideal person for this expedition.

EXPEDITION PRINCPALS

Andrew Regan

Andrew Regan is an experienced Polar traveller who has already been to both the North and the South Pole...

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Andrew Moon

First skied to the South Pole in 2004 and had a desire to return to carry out a major expedition.

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