Mick Davidson - Coxswain

Mick Davidson accompanies the Antarctic Blue Whale Voyage as a cetacean coxswains. His role is to skipper the rigid inflatable boats used for taking biopsies and tagging the blue whales.

Mick has completed around 30 expeditions to Antarctica over the past 20 years and his roles have included a wide range of occupations around most of the Antarctic coast. Mick is currently employed as a watercraft officer for the Australian Antarctic Division.

This page was last modified on July 2, 2014.