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Ushuaia (AR) - Ushuaia (AR)

24 December 2014 - 17 January 2015

24 days, Anne-Margaretha

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Anne-Margaretha:
Ushuaia (AR) - Ushuaia (AR)

24 December 2014 - 17 January 2015

In 2014-2015 the Anne-Margaretha will sail for its third season to Antarctica! Because of the max. of 15 persons on these expeditions there is the possibility for the captain to listen as much as possible to the individual wishes of his guests. (Everything of course depends on weather, wind and ice). There is a guide on board who can give you a lot of extra information about wildlife and the fragility of the nature in Antarctica.

Ports

  • "When anchored at sea in the sun, I had not a care in the world."

    Robijn (17)

You sail on the Anne-Margaretha

Shipping type: Ketch
Homeport: Haarlem (NL)
Date built: 1998
Trainees: 10
Length: 22m
Height of mast: 22
Sail: 515 m2

The dream of Heinz Wutschke and Greet Dekker to sail the oceans with their own ship became true when they built the Anne-Margaretha. Far away from everyday commotion you experience the special peace and quiet of sailing the ocean. Dolphins …

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Windseeker logs

  • We are all Adventurers

    Bark Europa

    Antartica

    – by Windseeker Robin

    We are all adventurers... each of us in our own way. For some... it's facing the sea-sickness of rolling swells and books that move across the table on their own. Or climbing the mast all the way to the top, …

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  • On the Right Course

    Gulden Leeuw, 2017 Rendez-Vous Tall Ships Regatta

    Atlantic Crossing from Halifax to Le Havre

    – by Anna (mentor's notes)

      Aug 2nd 2017   Second Day at Sea Today we have started hauling a smaller vessel, Peter von Danzig – we are currently expecting to go on motor for 2 days before the race will resume. The evening was much calmer than yesterday …

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