Fall in love with these tiny, seldom-visited islands lost in the middle of the Southern Ocean as you learn of their fascinating history, unique wildlife inhabitants and why they need to be preserved, in Sandrine's lecture 'Wild paradise of Australia's and New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands'.
Sandrine Erwin-Rose, Expedition Leader and naturalist, will share with you the best kept secrets of the Subantarctic islands. Get a reminder for her presentation on Thursday 4 June at 05:00pm AEST, 07:00pm NZ : https://www.facebook.com/events/294002411781262/permalink/294012101780293/
Sandrine Erwin-Rose is the Expedition Operations Manager for PONANT Asia Pacific. Her role involves organising various aspects of voyage logistics, recruitment, and planning for Expedition cruises in the Asia Pacific region. She has worked with PONANT for nearly six years since PONANT first started sailing in the Asia Pacific region. Sandrine’s favourite part of her role is working as Expedition Leader on board PONANT’s ships, taking guests to explore incredible destinations and providing them with unforgettable experiences and the Subantarctic Islands are one of her favourite destinations. Sandrine was born in Corsica and immigrated to Australia as a young child, later studying Tropical Zoology, Ecology & Marine Biology followed by an Education degree. Salt water runs through her veins! She has always enjoyed sharing her passion for wildlife conservation and the protection of the natural environment and working at PONANT allows her to do this every day as part of her job.