Pelagic Australis is on the Peninsula for her second ‘Ice with Everything’ voyage and Pelagic has just returned to Ushuaia to conclude her Antarctic season. Our Tierra del Fuego cruises are just around the corner and are fully subscribed. But there are two places left, due to a cancellation, for our popular RYA Delivery from Chile to Cape Town starting May 12th. Contact Skip direct on to make a booking.

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  for a picture gallery of ski randonee on the Antarctic Peninsula in January. The British High and Wild team enjoyed five days near and below the Antarctic Circle in superb weather, skiing from base camp Pelagic Australis.

Next season is filling up fast, but the emphasis now is to attract the boldest of our clients for two 28 day expedition cruises to South Georgia. Dates are:

October 13th to November 10th
November 10th to December 15th

The first early season trip will take into account all of the wildlife and historical sites of interest, but is also the optimum time for skiers as the snowline is often down to the beach in this period. Ski randonee (ski mountaineering) can be a theme, but guests must be strong off piste skiers with mountaineering experience. Guides can also be organized. The Shackleton Traverse is an option, reserved for a stand alone group of experienced climber/skiers.

The second expedition beginning November 17th is when the wildlife is in full swing, temperatures are a tad warmer, and the landscape somewhat greener. So we are actively marketing this voyage for individuals wishing to experience the island at its most prolific.  Click here for more about these trips including photos from this years expedition.

Click here for details of all trips on offer including our two week Tierra del Fuego cruises in March – May 2008.

Where in the world can you ski down through the penguins and seals? South Georgia in October – let’s do it!

Cheers, Skip

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