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VICTORY ADVENTURE'S SOUTHERN OCEANS EXPEDITIONS


Yacht Tari II


 
Schedule 2011/2012

Dates

March 2012:
27/03/12 - 5 Places to Cape Horn or Darwin

April 2012:
06/04/12 - 5 Places to Cape Horn or Darwin
16/03/12 - 5 Places to Cape Horn or Darwin

 

 

Voyages are Usd 2250 each weekly trip and Usd 3950 for a two weeks trip.

 

 
Schedule 2012/2013

Dates

TT1010

October 10 to 17, 2012

Glaciers

8 days

TT2210

October 22 to 28, 2012

Cape Horn

7 days

TT0311

November 03 to 10, 2012

Glaciers

8 days

TT1511

November 15 to 21, 2012

Cape Horn

7 days

TT2711

November 27 to December 04, 2012

Glaciers

8 days

TT0912

December 09 to 15, 2012

Cape Horn

7 days

TT0501

January 05 to 11, 2013

Cape Horn

7 days

TT1701

January 17 to 23, 2013

Cape Horn

7 days

TT2901

January 29 to February 04, 2013

Cape Horn

7 days

TT1002

February 10 to 16, 2013

Cape Horn

7 days

TT2202

February 22 to March 01, 2013

Glaciers

8 days

TT0603

March 06 to 12, 2013

Cape Horn

7 days

TT1803

March 18 to 24, 2013

Cape Horn

7 days

TT3003

March 30 to April 05, 2013

Cape Horn

7 days

       

 

 

Voyages are Usd 2250 each weekly trip and Usd 3950 for a two weeks trip.


CAPE HORN VIDEO
 

Tari II

Tari II is a 42' sturdy, tough and agile aluminum offshore sailboat designed by Douglas Peterson.
It has one double cabin at the bow, the skipper's bunk on the dinette, and four bunks astern, two to port and two to starboard side.
It has two toilets, a galley and navigation desk.
It's equipped with a main Mercedes Benz Nanni 40 HP diesel engine.
We take one 3,10 mtr inflatable dinghy with 10 HP outboard engine and a spare dinghy just in case.
All navigation and safety equipment.
Communications via VHF, handies, UHF handies, SSB radio, and satellite telephone.
Integral heating below deck, Life jackets, life boats, EPIRB, emergency flairs & safety harneses

What is included in the price

Accomodation in single bunks with sleeping bags and sheets.
Integral heating below deck.
Excellent food and beverages, including wine and beer.
Use of the sailboat itself, dinghy with outboard engine, and safety gear.
Landings depending on the itinerary.
Use of satellite telephone (extra charged)
All taxes and port charges once on board.
Professional assistance from skipper and sailor.

What is NOT included in the price

Alcohol drinks.
Special food for outdoor expeditions such as dried or liofillized food.
Personal clothing as described on the PERSONAL EQUIPMENT LIST.
Trasnport from and to the boat before and after the voyage.
Accomodation before and after the voyage.
Special authorizations for private expeditions.

PERSONAL EQUIPMENT LIST

For your comfort and safety we recommend to include this items within your personal luggage for an expedition voyage on board Tari II. It's preferable to bring soft bags with you as luggage because hard cases are more difficult to store on board. If that's the case we have facilities in Ushuaia to store them until we return, and also to leave effects you think won't be necessary to take on the trip.

Personal equipment list

Thermal underwear, undershirt and pants like Polar 100, Thermasilk or Capilene, 2 pairs
Polar fleece pants, 2
Polar fleece tees, 2
Waterproof jacket and pants, 1 suit
Wool or polar fleece hut, 2
Wool and/or polar fleece gloves, 3 pairs
Waterproof gloves, at least 1 pair
Wool and/or thermal socks, 4 pairs
Sandals, mocs or similar comfortable for below deck, 1 pair
Trekking boots, 1 pair
Rubber boots, high, antislip sole, 1 pair
Small hiking backpack, 1
Sunglases, 1 pair
UV protection cream
After sun cream
Photo and/or video cam, film, batteries, charger. 110v or 220v on board just for charging.
First aid personal kit including seasickness pils such as Dramamine or Stugeron, headache pils, lip salves, band aids, antibiotics, etc.
Favorite books and CDs.

Our voyages are to remote areas so the skipper reserves the right to alter and/or cancel part or the whole voyage due to serious bad weather, and/or political circumstances in the area of the voyage, and/or any other reason beyond his control. Because of the same the skipper accept no responsibility for missed flights or buses nor their consequences and strongly recommend our clients that international return flights are fully flexible to allow for missed connections due to bad weather, mechanical breakdown and for any other reason whatsoever as mentioned before.
Skipper's say attending to safety reasons amongst other factors must be accepted.


THE SKIPPER
Micki Porco Fischer was born in Patagonia, Argentina in 1970. He lives in Ushuaia and loves sailing. He also does mountain ski and trekking. His wife and sons together with the untamed nature from Tierra del Fuego keep him alive. He's very professional and a very good partner. He speaks spanish, english and german.

 

INSURANCE

Before boarding Tari II every crewmember will be required to sign a Release of Claims and Waiver of Liability to ensure that they understand the nature of the expedition.
Capacity: 5 passengers plus 2 crew


Tari II sailing around Cape Horn

 

You Yube of Tari II around the horn

See More about Cape Horn

 

Cape Horn Sailing Itinerary with Tari II:

Day 1: Ushuaia - Puerto Williams - Puerto Toro / Isla Lennox

 

 

Day 2: Puerto Toro / Isla Lennox - Baha Nassau - Caleta Martial / Puerto Maxwell.

 

 

The Horn

Day 3: Caleta Martial / Puerto Maxwell - Cape Horn- Caleta Martial / Puerto Maxwell.

 

 

Day 4: Caleta Martial / Puerto Maxwell - Baha Nassau - Isla Lennox / Puerto Toro.

 

 

Da 5: Isla Lennox / Puerto Toro - Puerto Williams.

 

 

Day 6: Puerto Williams - Ushuaia.

This voyage may last 7 days depending on weather conditions


 

Glaciers and fjords of Tierra Del Fuego adventure (8 days)

See Tour of Tierrra Del Fuego

 

Day 1: Ushuaia - Puerto Williams - Caleta Letier / Islotes Campamento.

 

 

Day 2: Caleta Letier / Islotes Campamento - Caleta Olla / Caleta Voilier.

 

 

Day 3: Caleta Olla, glaciar Holanda. Si Caleta Voilier, Seno Pa.

 

 

Day 4: glaciares Italia, Alemania, Romanche y Seno Pa.

Day 5: Seno Pa - Baha Tres Brazos.

 

 

Day 6: Baha Tres Brazos - Baha Yendegaia.

Day 7: Baha Yendegaia - Puerto Williams.

Day 8: Puerto Williams - Ushuaia.


Skipper Micki

 

 

 

TARI II IN THE WELL PROTECTED POT HARBOR (CALETA HOLLA)

During a voyage to the glaciers and fjords.



Tari II cruises to Cape Horn and the glaciers/fjords of Tierra Del Fuego sailing from the world's most southern town, Puerto Williams, Chile.

 


All trips may originate in Puerto Williams, Chile or Ushuaia and may also be changed by special request to sail to the Glaciers and Fjords of Tierra Del Fuego.


Joining us for an expedition voyage some services are included and some other not. Please find a detail below:

WHAT IS INCLUDED

* Accomodation in single berths with warm blankets
* Heating below deck
* Outstanding food and beverages including wine and beer
* Lifejacket and harness
* Iridium antenna connection
* All port fees and local taxes

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED

* Satellite communication with our equipment. Only possible once approved by the captain and must be paid in cash before the end of the voyage.
* Personal clothing which are detailed under Personal Equipment List
* Foul weather gear and seaboots
* Strong alcohol beverages
* Special mountaineers food
* Technical equipment and/or tools of specific use for the expedition itself
* Transportation to and from the boat
* Shoreside accommodation
* Visas if required.
* Personal medical and evacuation insurance
* Special permits for projects ashore such as climbing, research, skiing, etc.

Personal Equipment List

For your comfort and safety we recommend to include this items within your personal luggage for an expedition voyage with us. It's preferable to bring soft bags as luggage because hard suitcases are more difficult to store on board. In that case we have facilities Ushuaia to store them until we return, and to leave personal effects you think won't be necessary to take with you on the trip.

Equipment List

* Thermal underwear, undershirt and pants like Polar 100, Thermasilk or Capilene, 2 pairs
* Polar fleece pants, 2
* Polar fleece tees, 2
* Waterproof jacket and pants, 1 suit
* Wool or polar fleece hut, 2
* Wool and/or polar fleece gloves, 3 pairs
* Waterproof gloves, at least 1 pair
* Wool and/or thermal socks, 4 pairs
* Sandals, mocs or similar comfortable for below deck, 1 pair
* Trekking boots, 1 pair
* Rubber boots, high, antislip sole, 1 pair
* Small hiking backpack, 1
* trekking poles, 1 pair (opt)
* Cap, 1
* Sunglases, 1 pair
* UV protection cream
* After sun cream
* Photo and/or video cam, film, batteries, charger. 110v or 220v on board just for charging.
* First aid personal kit including seasickness pils such as Dramamine or Stugeron, headache pils, lip salves, band aids, antibiotics, etc.
* Favorite books and CDs.

In Chile and Argentina a tourist visa permit is issued for 90 days.

There are many lodging options in Punta Arenas and Ushuaia so it's not a problem to find a suitable room for your needs. In Puerto Williams there are just a few hostels and we recommend to book in advance if you are thinking in staying in town.

Immigration

Both in Argentina and Chile visas are required for tourists arriving from some specific countries. You can check this info at your nearest argentine or chilean foreign office. For Argentina you can check a list at http://www.mininterior.gov.ar/migraciones/

Citizens from countries with no diplomatic relations with Chile need a chilean visum on their passports before entering Chile. It can be done at a chilean embassy or representative office. Beforehand a return ticket will be requested before any procedure.

Money exchange

Both in Argentina and Chile US dolars and Euro are accepted in almost every place. It is unusual to find a shop or store that takes other currencies. In Puerto Williams there is a bank that has an aotomatic teller which accepts credit card and also the Mini Mrket Yagan in the town center.

Customs and Sanitary authority

In both countries it is forbidden to bring fresh vegetables, fruits, any type of meat, honey, cheese, milk, and any other product made with any of this components. Also vaccines and any other animal product is forbidden to bring in.

Medicines

Our sailboat has a complete first aid kit with almost every escential in case of an illnes or pain. Anyway we strongly recommend to bring with you any medicament of your liking or personal needs.

How to get there and from there

Ushuaia

Daily flights and buses depart from and to Ushuaia. Buses connect Ushuaia withnthe northern side of Tierra del Fuego and also with Punta Arenas and Rio Gallegos. Flights are available from Buenos Aires, Trelew and Calafate. And from Ushuaia also. For your stilness is better to check your reservations a few times before departure date because it is usual during high season that flights are reprogrammed and the original schedule can be modified without notice.

Punta Arenas

Daily flights and buses depart from and to Punta Arenas. Buses connect with Puerto Natales, Rio Gallegos, Rio Grande and Ushuaia. The flights offer is to Puerto Williams in smal aircrafts from DAP airline. And for the rest of Chile regular planes cover the routes. We recommend to check your reservations in advance in order not to get surprised once at the airport.

Puerto Williams

During high season, from November till March, DAP airlines (We can get you reservation and bookings on these flights) has daily flights from and to Punta Arenas in 19 passenger twin Otter aircraft. We recommend to make reservations very advanced to get a seat in those flights.


Our voyages are to remote areas so the Captain and/or Puerto Beagle deserves the right to alter and/or cancel part or the whole voyage due to serious bad weather, and/or political circumstances in the area of the voyage, and/or any other reason beyond our control. Because of the same Puerto Beagle nor the Captain accept no responsibility for missed flights or buses nor their consequences and strongly recommend our clients that international return flights are fully flexible to allow for missed connections due to bad weather, mechanical breakdown and for any other reason whatsoever as mentioned before.

The Captain's say attending to safety reasons amongst other factors must be accepted by all crewmembers.

In case of a medical problem arising during the expedition, either onboard or on shore, the responsibility belongs solely to the person itself. If for any reason an incident is not covered by the beneficiary's travel insurance the responsibility still remains with the person and Puerto Beagle nor the skipper specifically decline any responsibility whatsoever.


SOME TARI II INTERIOR SHOTS


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