The wait is over as the first ship of Homeward Bound’s Antarctica expedition set sail on November 3, 2023. A remarkable group of 88 women, representing 19 countries, boarded The Ushuaia in Ushuaia, Argentina, embarking on a 19-night expedition to Antarctica. They are certain to have a remarkable experience.

This long-awaited event indicates the beginning of Homeward Bound’s most significant journey to date. The second voyage, consisting of 100 women, departs on November 12, 2023, from Puerto Madryn, Argentina, aboard The Island Sky.

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Homeward Bound’s ambitious expedition to Antarctica is a beacon of hope and collaboration in the face of the problems facing our planet. These exceptional women, hailing from diverse STEMM backgrounds , are rewriting the narrative on global leadership. As they set sail, they symbolize a new era of leadership, one marked by inclusivity and a profound commitment to leaving a positive legacy for our planet. Join us to follow their journey, celebrate their achievements, and support their mission to create a more sustainable world.

The volunteer faculty who are joining each voyage are committed to continuing to explore what it takes to evolve a new leadership model.


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Photo: 2023 Ushuaia Voyage Itinerary


Homeward Bound’s journey is supported by ACCIONA, in Australia and around the world. ACCIONA is a global leader in sustainable infrastructure and renewable energy solutions. Their partnership with Homeward Bound reflects a shared vision of nurturing female leadership across STEMM disciplines to address global challenges.

We send our warmest wishes for a safe and transformative journey.