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-Options for a visit to South Georgia are varied. For most it would be on a cruise ship. Vessels make about 50 visits to the island each year, carrying over 5,000 passengers from all over the world. It is possible to charter a yacht from the Falkland Islands or indeed to organize an expedition with its own support vessel.+Options for a visit to South Georgia are varied. For most it would be on a cruise ship. Vessels make about 70 visits to the island each year, carrying over 7,000 passengers from all over the world. It is possible to charter a yacht from the Falkland Islands or indeed to organize an expedition with its own support vessel.
-Most places around the island are open to visitors although in recognition of the order to conserve and protect the wild life on South Georgia some areas have restricted access.+You can now view many artefacts from the South Georgia Museum online at www.ehive.com

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Options for a visit to South Georgia are varied. For most it would be on a cruise ship. Vessels make about 70 visits to the island each year, carrying over 7,000 passengers from all over the world. It is possible to charter a yacht from the Falkland Islands or indeed to organize an expedition with its own support vessel.


You can now view many artefacts from the South Georgia Museum online at www.ehive.com