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Old 28-12-2015, 08:14   #1
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Antarctica & Falklands 2016

we are looking for 3 sailors to add to our present 3 crew members to join us for unforgettable cruise to Antarctica and Falkland on board of our Outremer 55 Std, one of the most performing and secure catamaran at sea.
We shall set sails from Ushuaia on the 27th of January and arrive to the final destination, Buenos Aires, by mid January.
Each member will contribute to the cost of the cruise.
Please contact us for further details.
or visit our web page at thelifetimecruise.con
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Old 28-12-2015, 10:33   #2
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

Hi,
I am 24 years old. I would love to cross the Atlantic Ocean and then reach Cape Horn and Antartica after my Master Degree in Electrical Engineering I had 2 weeks ago.
I have a dinghy, a laser 16, in Italy, with a great experience in the Mediterranean Sea across Italy. Unfortunately I never sailed across the Ocean but I am sturdy and very curious to do it. I am a very passionate and available person to help and work cooperatively on the boat.

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Old 28-12-2015, 14:00   #3
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

Ciao Antonio, il mio nome è Giambattista, da 4 anni con mia moglie siamo in giro in barca e da 10 mesi siamo in Patagonia. Al momento siamo sul Canal Beagle, navigando per i ghiacciai e Capo Horn. Il 27 salperemo per l'Antartico e dopo 3 settimane andremo alle Falkland e poi Buenos Aires. Non facciamo charter tradizionale, ma per viaggi impegnativi come questo siamo alla ricerca di qualcuno che voglia condividere con noi esperienze e costi.
Abbiamo ancora 2 posti disponibili, la nostra barca (140 metri quadrati) ha 4 cabine doppie tutte con bagno, ma vogliamo salpare solo in 6 per aver maggior vivibilità a bordo e ridurre la quantità di scorte necessarie per affrontare un viaggio di 2 mesi e quasi senza possibilità di approvvigionamento. Chiediamo un contributo tutto incluso di 5.000 US$ a persona. Trovi maggiori informazioni su di noi e sul viaggio sul nostro sito www.thelietimecruise.com. Se hai maggiori domande puoi contattarci attraverso gli indirizzi email che trovi sul sito. Grazie per averci contattato.
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

how much $ ?
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

We shall set sails from Ushuaia on the 27th of January and arrive to the final destination, Buenos Aires, by mid January.

must be a truly outstanding catamaran that allows you to travel "Back" in time.....
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

Looks like an amazing trip! Wish I could join. Looking for adventure after I finish university in May 2016. Let me know if you're heading anywhere. My girlfriend may also be interested as well. Hope to talk soon! Best, Alexander
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We shall set sails from Ushuaia on the 27th of January and arrive to the final destination, Buenos Aires, by mid January.

must be a truly outstanding catamaran that allows you to travel "Back" in time.....
Sorry, to much wind today in Ushuaia!!!
We shall be in Buenos Aires mid March!! However our Outremer is really fast indeed!
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how much $ ?
We ask a contribution to the cost of 5.000 US$ per person for the entire voyage.
An introduction will be highly appreciated.
Thanks for enquiry,
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

5k each must be paying for boat repairs or eating steak and lobster with champagne
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

Sounds more like you're looking more for passengers than crew. Nothing wrong with that. It would be an amazing trip!
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Re: Antarctica & Falklands 2016

Not sure a cat has enough "punch" to plow through bergy bits and growlers, not to mention ice flows. Essential when near the shelf. Need a lot of weight and plowing ability to shove aside ice. Cats are more likely to ride up on the ice. Or are you just going down into the 60s and calling it a visit?
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