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Sailing on the edge.  Pelagic Australis anchored to the edge of an ice shelf in Antarctica.


Programme 2024/2025

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20 Mar - 4 May 2024 - Oceanic Voyage Puerto Williams to Cape Town on the Pelagic 77, Vinson of Antarctica. An opportunity for accelerated learning to build sea time and miles and practise ocean navigation and seamanship for both RYA Yachtmaster Ocean and Offshore qualifications.
Annually, Vinson of Antarctica sails from South American waters in early April and makes a 24 day ocean passage to Cape Town South Africa.  Prior to this, over a period of about 15 days, we run a shorebased course to the Pelagic Syllabus, followed by a training cruise of local anchorages in the Beagle Channel and Cape Horn area before setting off.
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23 Nov – 21 Dec 2024 - Vinson of Antarctica in South Georgia - A photographic safari tour of this ultimate wildlife destination led by Rick Tomlinson.
This tourof South Georgia, on board Vinson of Antarctica, will visit the islands' finest wildlife sites and places of historical interest. South Georgia offers a unique combination and range of species in the dramatic setting of South Georgia's fjords and mountains.

To find out more see: https://www.pelagic.co.uk/prog_sgeo2024_photo.asp and contact Skip Novak by email on skipnovak@pelagic.co.uk
 

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17 Mar - 1 May 2025 - Oceanic Voyage Puerto Williams to Cape Town on the Pelagic 77, Vinson of Antarctica. An opportunity for accelerated learning to build sea time and miles and practise ocean navigation and seamanship for both RYA Yachtmaster Ocean and Offshore qualifications.
Annually, Vinson of Antarctica sails from South American waters in early April and makes a 24 day ocean passage to Cape Town South Africa.  Prior to this, over a period of about 15 days, we run a shorebased course to the Pelagic Syllabus, followed by a training cruise of local anchorages in the Beagle Channel and Cape Horn area before setting off.

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True adventure! Pelagic Australis at anchor rides out a 70 knot gust in Ocean Harbour  S. Georgia.
Photo: John Pearson