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Antarktis Segel-Expeditionen SV OCEAN TRAMP POLARADVENTURES Schiffs- und Flug-Expeditionen in Arktis und Antarktis Heinrich-Böll-Str. 40 * D-21335 Lüneburg * Deutschland Tel +49-4131- 223474 Fax +49-4131-54255 firstname.lastname@example.org www.polaradventures.de
Saison 2019-20 + 20-21 Reederei Direkt-Angebote ab-bis Hafen für individuelle Planungen alle Abfahrten der Saison inkl. englischsprachiger Termine POLARADVENTURES Schiffs- und Flug-Expeditionen in Arktis und Antarktis Reiseagentur * Heinrich-Böll-Str. 40 * D-21335 Lüneburg * Deutschland Tel +49-4131- 223474 Fax +49-4131-54255 email@example.com www.polaradventures.de
2019-2020 SEASON OFFERINGS FLY IN AND FLY OUT OPTIONS www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com firstname.lastname@example.org
SAIL DOWN TO ANTARCTICA / FLY BACK TRIP #1 23 days. 15 days in Antarctica*. $13,900 - $14,900 USD (depending on cabin) TRIP #01 DAY 5 TO 19 Dec01st –Dec23rd,2019 Explore Antarctica on an Expedition sailing yacht. each day will be different and can include zodiac tours, landings at penguin colonies, exploring historic scientific bases and whaling sites, kayaking and one night of free camping!. The flexibility DAY 1 allows you to take full advantage of whatever Antarctica gives to us – be it an incredible southern Join our sailboat in Ushuaia, and sail the Beagle sunset or a breaching whale. We can stop and Channel heading for the Drake Passage. enjoy. While South there will be an Active scientist onboard, so all guests are invited to participate in real Antarctic research. In the evenings the scientist DAY 2 TO 4 will present on their research, as well as pressing We will sail across the Drake Passage, leaving the current Antarctic issues. The scientist will be a part Cape Horn on our starboard side. of the team and ready to answer questions at dinner, or on deck! www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com email@example.com
DAY 20 We sail to King George Island and board your flight to Punta Arenas. Look out your window and get a last glimpse at the white continent. Luckily your adventure doesn’t end yet! Spend an included night in Punta Arenas and explore this historic city known both as stopover for famous Antarctic Explorers and the home base of old sheep barons. Spend one night at the Hotel Jose Nogueira located at the heart of Punta Arenas downtown. Don’t miss the Shackleton Bar located at the same hotel you are staying! DAY 21 &22 DAY 23 Fly to Puerto Williams, Chile, a small naval outpost that Transfer to Ushuaia via ferry boat and say goodbye can truly claim the title of southern most town. Stay to your fellow Antarctic Adventurers of the last three two nights at the Lakutaia Lodge. Explore famed weeks and get ready to share your experiences and Navarino island and learn about the flora, fauna, and photos with friends and family back home. history of the native Yaghans. An excellent museum in town, as well as excellent half day and day hikes are *Actual amount of days in Antarctic could vary due to weather and/or logistics. easily accessed from the lodge. Activities also include Horse Back riding, kayaking, Bird walks. www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s included: •Flight from Punta Arenas to Puerto Williams, including •19 days of sailing expedition All Inclusive onboard the transfers. Expedition Yacht Ocean Tramp -including landings, • 2 nights all inclusive in Lakutaia Lodge. Share room zodiac cruises, hikes, kayaking, one night camping on with your same roommate as onboard. Including shore, visit to Antarctic bases. activities such as Horse Back riding and kayaking. • Accommodation is a bunk/bed in private double cabin • Muck-Boots for landings in Antarctica. with share bathroom. Duvets, towel, linen and pillows •Transfer from Puerto Williams to Puerto Navarino and are provided. Limited storage space for personal clothe Ferry boat from Puerto Navarino to Ushuaia. in the cabin. • All meals -while onboard: breakfast, tea and coffee mid-morning, lunch, tea and coffee midafternoon, What’s not included: happy hour, dinner. Wine or beers on dinners except if • Required Antarctic Medical Evacuation Insurance the boat is underway. While in the lodge/hotel: •Personal gear/cloth, except Muck-Boots breakfast, lunch and dinner with drinks. •Transfers from/to Airports unless specified. • Antarctic boots while onboard the Yacht. • Anything not specifically mentioned on the “included” •Flight from King George Island, South Shetlands, to list. Punta Arenas, Chile. • 1 night in Punta Arenas (hotel to be confirmed, share *Actual dates, timings, etc may change due to weather, logistic issues or any other reason. room with your same roommate as onboard).
TRIP # 05 FLY BOTH WAYS - ANTARCTICA 16 days. 13 days in Antarctica $13,900 –14,900 USD (Depending on cabin) TRIP #05 Jan 29 - Feb 13, 2019 DAY 1 DAY 2 to 13 Meet our team at your hotel in Punta Arenas and get Explore Antarctica on an Expedition sailing yacht. each ready for the ride to the airport, board the plane and day will be different and can include zodiac tours, fasten your seat belt, while enjoying crossing the landings at penguin colonies, exploring historic Drake Passage in just a couple of hours, arriving at scientific bases and whaling sites, kayaking. The King George Island, on the Shetlands. flexibility allows you to take full advantage of Offload your bags and meet the crew of the sailing whatever Antarctica gives to us – be it an incredible Expedition Yacht Ocean Tramp. southern sunset or a breaching whale. We can stop and While South there will be an Active scientist onboard, enjoy. so all guests are invited to participate in real Antarctic research. In the evenings, the scientist will present on their research, as well as pressing current Antarctic issues. The scientist will be a part of the team and ready to answer questions at dinner, or on deck! www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com email@example.com
DAY 13 DAY 14 & 15 Fly to Puerto Williams, Chile, a small naval outpost Return to King George Island and board your flight to that can truly claim the title of southern most town. Punta Arenas. Look out your window and get a last Stay two nights at the Lakutaia Lodge. Explore famed glimpse at the white continent. Navarion island and learn about the flora, fauna, and Luckily your adventure doesn’t end yet! Spend an history of the native Yaghans. An excellent museum included night in Punta Arenas and explore this in town, as well as excellent half day and day hikes are historic city known both as stopover for famous easily accessed from the lodge. Activities also Antarctic Explorers and the home base of old sheep include Horse Back riding, kayaking, Bird walks barons. DAY 16 Fly back to Punta Arenas over the spectacular Darwin Range – have your cameras ready as you fly over glaciers plunging into the Beagle Channel! Return to Punta Arenas and say goodbye to your fellow Antarctic Adventurers of the last two weeks and get ready to share your experiences and photos with friends and family back home. *Actual amount of days in Antarctic could vary due to weather and/or logistics. www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s included: •Flights from/to Punta Arenas to King George Island, What’s not included: South Shetlands. • Required Antarctic Medical Evacuation Insurance • 12 days of sailing expedition All Inclusive onboard the •Personal gear/cloth (Muck-Boots Expedition Yacht Ocean Tramp -including landings, INCLUDED!) •Transfers to/from Airports unless specified zodiac cruises, hikes, kayaking, one night camping on shore, visit to Antarctic bases. • Anything not specifically mentioned on the “included” •Flights to/from Punta Arenas to Puerto Williams, list. including transfers. *Actual amount of days in Antarctic could vary due to weather and/or logistics. • 2 nights at Lakutaia Lodge in Puerto Williams. Share room with your same roommate as onboard, including activities such as Horse Back riding, kayaking, Bird walks. • Muck-boots for landings in Antarctica. • 1 night in Punta Arenas (hotel to be confirmed, share room with your same roommate as onboard) •Antarctic Over boots for landings.
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TRIP DATES TRIP 1 Dec 01, - Dec 23, 2019 01-Dec -19 Depart USH Sailing 05-Dec -19 ANTARCTICA 20-Dec -19 Fly out from KING GEORGE-Punta Arenas 20-Dec -19 overnight in PUNTA ARENAS 21-Dec -19 Fly PUNTA ARENAS-Puerto Williams 21-Dec-19 Overnight at Lakutaia Lodge, PW 22-Dec-19 Overnight at Lakutaia Lodge, PW TRIP 5 23-Dec-19 transfer from PW to USH Jan 29- Feb 13, 2020 29-Jan-20 Fly PA-KGI 29-Jan-20 ANTARCTICA 10- Feb-20 Fly out from KGI-PA 10-Feb-20 overnight in PA 11-Feb-20 Fly PA-PW 11-Feb-20 Overnight at Lakutaia Lodge, PW 12-Feb-20 Overnight at Lakutaia Lodge, PW 13-Feb-20 Fly PW-PA www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com firstname.lastname@example.org
REVIEWS You can check what other guests have experienced by clicking on the link below: https://www.facebook.com/pg/QuixoteExpeditions/reviews Rebecca Shaw reviewed Quixote Expeditions -5 * star March 8 at 4:14pm We had one of the most amazing adventures of our lives harbor after 60 days at sea from NZ. Fede invited him for aboard Ocean Tramp during the last two weeks of January. dinner. We visited, toured and drank homemade vodka at the And we have had some amazing adventures previously. We Ukranian research base; entertained the women who run the are still marveling at how wonderful it was. Laura and Fede southernmost Post Offi ce in the world at Port Lockroy. Unlike are knowledgeable, accomplished, amazing and lots of fun! a larger boat, plans are always flexible, of course, for weather They make an absolutely first rate team running a top notch but also, for whatever interesting comes up, and something operation: this is THE experience you want to have in the interesting came up every day! Antarctica. As sailors, ourselves, we have been saying it was almost as good as being on our own boat. In fact, it was much The range of activities was also accommodating to young better. The responsibility was in the very capable hands of and old. We had the option to snorkel (yes!), kayak, camp Fede and Laura! And it was more comfortable. overnight on the ice, and hike as much as we wanted. We also had the option to sit for hours and observe the penguin The magnificent, vast wilderness was ours to explore on our babies in the many rookeries we visited! own timetable. When we came ashore to study the geology, Laura has gathered a very good library on the Antarctic and the penguins, the seals, or to hike and/or climb mountains, the presentations by our scientist were terrific and he was we could stay as long as we wanted. We diverted course to always available to answer the many questions that came up chase whale and seal sitings. We met interesting people too: as we explored and experienced the Antarctic. a single handed sailor who had just arrived in our www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com email@example.com
FAQ IS THIS EXPEDITIONS FOR ME? Youtube channel, or search on YouTube for Sailing to remote areas means that we are away Quixote Expeditions. from everything! That also means that if we need medical assistance it can be days away. It also I’M NOT A SAILOR – IS THAT OK? means that we have no access to emails, phone, YES! Please join us. Anyone with a sense of facebook, etc, for the duration of the trip. adventure and a desire to spend quality time in Sailing on an Expedition Yacht means that the Antarctica will find our trips enjoyable. We teach cabins and common places are small and we all you everything you need to know. Sailors and the crew and passengers share pretty much non-sailors alike both have incredible experiences. everything. It can be considered as an Adventure in its true meaning! I’M A PHOTOGRAPHER – IS THIS TRIP FOR ME? This is a great trip for photographers, especially AM I IN GOOD SHAPE FOR PARTICIPATING ON those looking to get the perfect shot. Our size THESE EXPEDITIONS? offers us incredible flexibility. We can help you If your answer to the questions below are YES, get some great shots and we can take advantage then yes! You are fit to join us! Any questions, of the weather and the light! Please ask us!! • Can you stay without external medical HOW WILL I KNOW WHAT TO BRING? assistance for the duration of the expedition? -it Don’t worry – we will send you a list of gear you could be up to 20 days. will need. If you have winter clothes, most of it • Can you swim or float? you will already have. A must have are some • Do you have good balance: Can you stay Arctic Muck boots – insulated rubber boots. They standing on a bus/metro/train with little to are amazing. minimum holding in normal conditions? • Can you embark/disembark from a zodiac to a WHAT ARE THE CABINS LIKE? beach with little swell? Our cabins are some of the most comfortable • Can you walk 10 blocks without getting available for sailboats. We have private double exhausted? cabins, and even one with a private bathroom. • Can you climb a 6ft / 2m vertical ladder? Each cabin has a door that can be closed, they are • Are you aware that you are going to a remote fitted with warm and cozy duvets and storage area, with no phone/email/contact/etc with space for your things. A luxury suite it is not, external people/family/etc for the length of your however each cabin gives you a place to call your trip? (note: we have a satellite phone and we can own for the duration of the journey. send out facebook updates to family and friends, although the Sat phone is only for Weather HOW WILL WE EXPLORE ANTARCTICA? download and any emergency). When we are in Antarctica Ocean Tramp will act You can also watch our extended Youtube library like a base camp. Some days we will travel other in order to better understand what you can days we will stay put. Once we are anchored we expect when sailing with us -here is the link to our will launch the zodiac to explore. Sometimes we www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com firstname.lastname@example.org
will cruise around the in the zodiac exploring the 60 miles an hour. However just like you taking area, other times we will use the zodiac to bring precautions when crossing the street, we take us to shore. Sometime on shore we will be able extreme cautions when sailing. We continuously to freely move around, explore and hike, other watch the weather, we are a surveyed vessel, times we may be limited due to the wildlife and which means we MUST comply with all safety limiting our impact on them. We also bring regulations. We have strict requirements for kayaks and can use them to explore at eye level. lifejacket use. That being said, each person onboard must also WHAT SORT OF FOOD DO WE EAT? use good judgement. If you follow what the On-board you will eat hearty well-made delicious Captain says you will be in good hands. home cooked food. Lunch is often warm and hearty soups and stews, while dinners can be a WHAT IS INCLUDED? variety of meals. Meals range from a Sunday Once you are onboard everything is included – roast to Saturday night Captain Pizza night, to port fees, meals, wine with meals. We also goulash to Pad thai to butter chicken. So far provide your basic safety equipment including everyone has left a bit heavier than when they life jackets. We also provide Muck-Boots for arrived. We also always have snacks available landings in Antarctica. during the day and water ready for coffee or tea. What is not included – flights to/from your home If you do have any special snacks or teas that to Punta Arenas/Ushuaia, airport transfers, and you can’t live without, we recommend bringing REQUIRED evacuation insurance. some with you. Accommodation before and after the trip is not included. WILL I GET SEASICK? DO I NEED TO FILL OUT A MEDICAL FORM? Everyone is a little different, but we highly Yes. The places we go are quite remote and while recommend bringing some seasickness pills with what we do is safe, it does require some physical you. We generally take them as a precautionary activity. Once you sign up for a trip we will measure when crossing the Drake. Once in require you to give us a medical form that is Antarctic things will be a calmer and most of our signed by a doctor. days will be anchored and exploring on shore. At the very least – you may have a good story to WILL WE HAVE INTERNET ONBOARD? tell when you get home of your Drake Crossing. One of the wonderful aspects of this trip is it allows you to unplug and get away from emails, IS IT DANGEROUS TO GO TO ANTARCTICA IN A phone calls, etc. We do have a connection to the YACHT? internet via our satellite phone. We use this for Yachts in the Antarctic Peninsula have a very weather updates, email to update our position, good track record. This is due to vessels taking a emergencies, and facebook and blog updates. very high regard to safety. Safety is a core We encourage everyone to tell their friends and element of our business. Every decision we make families to subscribe to our blog and like us on is based on a risk analysis. Crossing the Drake facebook. Then they can get updates while you could indeed be dangerous. Sailing in Antarctica are here with us. Our guests and their families could be dangerous. Then again crossing the have appreciated these “news” updates in the street could also be dangerous – cars whiz by at past. They can also follow our track on a google www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com email@example.com
map in our website, as we have a tracking insurance for the transportation of passengers system that plots our position every few hours. and they are certified by its flag to operate commercially. Our crew is also certified for IS ALCOHOL ALLOWED ON BOARD? crewing commercial vessels. We have all required Alcohol consumption is at the discretion of the safety gear and we fly down an inspector from captain. If we are underway sailing then we do the USA (to Ushuaia) to check and certify it. Our not drink, as it is not in the interest of safety for boats are maintained to a high standard and we crew and guests. If we are comfortably in a cove conduct a good amount of Preventive for the night then indeed, we all enjoy a nice Maintenance -this is replacing parts before they glass of Argentine wine with our meal. break. All the above is expensive, very Inebriation will not be tolerated onboard and the expensive! But we know you are looking for the Captain has the right to cancel a trip should experience of a life time and the last thing we guests not adhere to this policy. want is a broken part to ruin or end an expedition of our clients. Our goal is to do our best for not I HAVE SEEN OTHER YACHTS FOR CHEAPER: waste your time and money and deliver the best Correct - we are not the cheapest. The short Antarctic Experience you can get! We believe answer is “you get what you paid for”! We pride the investment on our side (and on yours) leads ourselves on being one of the most professional to a much safer and ultimately better experience small vessels operators. Our vessels have full in Antarctica!
Ocean Tramp Technical Information • Designer: Horst Glacer & Kurt Reinke. • Type: Hydra Duo 66. • Shipyard: Alu Yachtbau gmb, Germany • 4.3 meters Inmar tender with Yamaha 15hp; 3,2 mts • Built: 1997. inflatable tender with Yamaha 15 hp. • LOA: 19.55 m. • Onboard Media drive • LWL: 17.10 m. • Wifi printer and wifi internal net for sharing files. • Beam: 5.35 m. • LED TV in saloon. • Draft: 2.20 m. • All cabins equipped with 12 volts plug. • Engine: Perkins Sabre 215 HP. • Charging station for electronics, with 12v and 220 volts. • Genset Kohler diesel 5 KW & Portable 2KW Honda • Cozy double cabins for privacy, with double and single generator + 1KW portable Honda bunks. • Displacement: 32.00 tons. • Ample library including Glaciology, Geology, Birds, • Fully protected Bridge for safety and comfort when sailing Mammals, Plants, Fuegian history and local related books. in rough/cold weather. • Ample back and forward deck for scientific activities and • State-of-the-Art navigation electronics, with sailing diving support. information available on smart phones and tablets over a • Diving compressor. wifi network. • 1 double and 1 single kayak • 5 Cabins, 4 heads with hot running water and hot showers. • 2500 lts fresh water capacity. ECO-FRIENDLY FEATURES • Fresh water maker 120 lts per hour • Diesel Capacity 5000 Lts – 4000miles range @ 7 knots. • Black and Grey Water holding tank. • All LED Lights throughout the boat • Wind Generator • Solar Panel • Motion Sensor faucets • Flow restrictors on faucets • We produce our own fresh water • Sails! www.quixote-expeditions.com www.flyantarctica.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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IAATO Member We are proud to be a member of IAATO – a community or Antarctic Tour Operators that works together to protect Antarctica and give the best possible experience to each and every visitor Leave No Trace Partner We are proud to be a partner with Leave No Trace and support the seven Leave No Trace Principles on our trips. Quixote Expeditions We like to look at our trips as journeys that are taken as grand adventures, but also with some fun thrown in; as personal journeys, but also as journeys take together as a special group of people experiencing some amazing places. We hope that together each other’s ideas and conversations make the trip fuller because we’ve taken the journey together.
Saison 2019-20 Antarctic Fly-Sail Expedition Fly One Way And Sail The Other - The Best Of Both Worlds - 23 Days 2019-2020 • Dec 1 2019 – Dec 23 2019 – Sail down, fly back • Feb 10 – March 3 2020 – Fly down, sail back – FULL $13,900 – $14,900 (Depending on cabin) Antarctic Fly-Fly Expedition Fly-In Fly-Out Options - Skip Sailing Across The Drake Passage! 2019-2020 • Dec 20 2019 – Jan 4, 2020 – FULL • Jan 4 – Jan 17 2020 – FULL • Jan 17 – Jan 29 2020 – FULL • Jan 29 – Feb 10 – Space remaining $13,900 – 14,900 USD (depending on cabin) Saison 2020-21 Antarctic Fly-Sail Expedition Fly One Way And Sail The Other - The Best Of Both Worlds • Dec 1 2019 – Dec 24 2020 – Sail down, fly back (starts and ends in Ushuaia) • Feb 23 – Mar 15 2021 – Fly down, sail back (starts in Punta arenas, ends in Stanley) $15,660 (one space left on dec trip) End of season trip to stanley $9,900-12,900 (Depending on cabin) Antarctic Fly-Fly Expedition Fly-In Fly-Out Options - Skip Sailing Across The Drake Passage! • Dec 21 2019 – Jan 3, 2021 – Chartered • Jan 3 – Jan 16 2021 – Chartered • Jan 16 – Jan 29 2021 – Chartered • Jan 29 – Feb 11 – Space remaining • Feb 11 – Feb 23 – Open for charter $15,600 – $15,990 USD (depending on cabin)
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POLARADVENTURES Schiffs- und Flug-Expeditionen in Arktis und Antarktis Reiseagentur * Heinrich-Böll-Str. 40 * D-21335 Lüneburg * Deutschland Tel +49-4131- 223474 Fax +49-4131-54255 email@example.com www.polaradventures.de
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