Steel yacht sailing to Antarctica, South Georgia and Cape Horn
Antarctica is said to be the coldest, driest and windiest place on earth, but none of these describes its attractions as a small craft sailing destination: this icy wilderness with no permanent human inhabitants is our planet's last frontier, a fabulous and virtually pristine paradise for wildlife with incomparable scenery.
Its a privilege for the daring sailor to reach this awesome land, and experience the special magic that has lured explorers, early wahlers and sealers, adventurers and scientists to brave its climatic extremes.
EUR 250.00/Day/Person (all included)
Steel / insulated
Freya design (her smaller predecesor won three Sydney/Hobart races)
Ford Diesel 4 cylinder 74 hp
1350 litres (for approx 1575 miles of motoring)
8 total - 2 in forward area, 5 in saloon, private skipper's (double) cabin aft.
Self draining with foul weather dodger
GPS &handheld GPS, sextant
Radar (80km, Koden)
Depth Sounder (Furuno)
Radio - High Frequency (HF) marine Codan & VHF marine, 2 handheld VHF's
Sailor Satcom C
Personal Safety Equipment
Foul weather safety deck harnesses
10 person life raft with emergency provisions & own EPIRB
EPIRB - yacht mounted
Galley (fully equipped)
Gas stove / oven (on gimbals)
Spacious meal area / table space
Double sinks & fresh water on tap
Salt water tap
Zodiac tender (6 person) with outboard motor
Spare Zodiac and outboard as backup
Deck safety lines throughout vessel
Wind generator (in addition to charger from diesel eng)
DC/AC 220 v sinus inverter for charging video camera batteries
Laptop with Windows XP home, able to download Canon (IXUS 330) pictures and burn on CD-rom
Charger for Canon IXUS 330
Portable CD burner for digital photo memory cards (CF type I/II - SD/MMC/MS/SM)
Low voltage lighting throughout
Storage capacity for skiis, climbing & film equipment
Mooring lines, 4 x 120 m, deck reel mounted
Cabin Heater (flued) for warmth and drying equipment
Aditional heat exchanger in engine used for general heating.
Callsign PF 7588
Inmarsat-C number 424514312
Registration 20125 ZR 2002
Current Temperature, Visibility,
Wind, Heat Index, Windchill,
Humidity & Dew point in Antarctica
If you don't have time for a boat &
We have 2 day overnight adventure expeditions available.
would like to go to Antarctica, fly:
Ready to do something unique, different, daring, adventurous?. A trip that will make the adrenaline move through your body like never before? Something only a true adventurer would do? Are you one of those Adventurers? If you are...
What you need to do to join us on a unique adventure.
It's simple, just contact us with a rough outline of your requirements and let me, Captain Ben, and my Crew to do the rest for you.
Finally there isn't much we cannot cope with. Individuals or larger parties. Just let us know. "Navigating the Beagle Channel, Antarctica and Cape Horn since 1991."
Ring us direct by Telephone at (56)61-621010
Or, for further information on expeditions or flights Patagonia, Antarctica, South Georgia, Cape Horn, and Tierra Del Fuego, please Email me at CaptainBen@victory-cruises.com
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