Pelagic Expeditions supplies heavy duty Sail Racing GTX foul weather
gear for all guests on board Pelagic Australis. We also provide sheets,
pillow cases and towels for all guests.
For the Atlantic Deliveries (which include the RYA course with the
Beagle Channel cruise) and short cruises in the Falkland Islands in high
Some of the below mentioned products are recommended from our equipment
partner Sail Racing. Please find the entire Sail Racing product range at
• Sea boots/shore boots – Can be the same and no need for hiking boots
if long treks are not planned. Recommend Muckboots
either the Muckmaster Hi-Cut or the Arctic Hi-Cut (for Antarctica and
South Georgia only). These are high cut, non slip, fully insulated,
tight fitting around the ankle and sole easy to clean (important for
bio-security requirements) Better than any sea boot for cold conditions,
superb on shore.
• Thermal underwear, 3 to 4 pairs minimum for Tierra del Fuego, 6 for
Antarctica and South Georgia
• Fiber pile jacket (Sail Racing Challenge Jacket, Soft Shell Jacket or
• Fiber pile pants (Sail Racing Soft Shell pants)
• Windproof pants and jacket (Sail Racing lightweight Gore-Tex) onshore
use, Sail Racing GTX not allowed on shore.
• 2 Balaclavas/wool hats
• Several pairs fiber pile/wool gloves/mittens
• Rubber or Gore-Tex overmits
• 4 to 5 pairs heavy fiber pile or wool socks for Tierra del Fuego, 8
for Antarctica and South Georgia
• Boat shoes, with soft rubber soles for below decks - recommend Crocs
• Hiking boots (Vibram sole) and gaiters - only if ambitious, long treks
• Medium weight sleeping bag with full length zip – sleeping cabin
temperature is roughly 12 to 15 degrees C.
• Soft travel bag (no hard suitcases) (Sail Racing Xloader Bag)
• Glacier glasses with side flaps and one spare pair dark sun glasses
• Sun block-out and after sun cream
• Shorts and swim shorts
• Wide brimmed hat with lanyard and 1 spare
• 2 white, cotton, long sleeved, oversized button down shirts (anti-sun)
• Small rucsac about 10 liter
• Seasick pills (we recommend Stugeron)
• Personal photographic equipment (we charge 12 volt video batteries on
board via 12 volt DC, 220 or 110 volt AC, but you should bring your own
charger). We have UK electrical sockets for 220 volt and also European
two pin adapters. Therefore, male UK or European plug ends are suitable.
We also have normal two prong US sockets for 110 volts.
• Film, more than you think you need and/or memory – if you plan on
downloading and editing on board, bring your own laptop.
• Collapsible ski poles for hiking ashore
• Personal medical kit to include personal medication and i.e.band aids,
throat lozenges, lip salves and one course of antibiotics for chest and
• 1 liter water bottle and one pee bottle if necessary.
• Small selection of your favourite CDs Stereo on board is I-Pod
Also remember to submit the following documents to the Pelagic Office
upon signing of the charter agreement:
• Waiver of Liability signed
• Medical Form with Doctors Section signed
• Personal Information Form
• Communication Agreement signed
• Proof of medical evacuation insurance
• Bio security statement
We have storage facilities ashore in Puerto Williams and Stanley for
hard suitcases, shore clothes and extra unneeded gear.