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Sailing tours on tall ships to the high latitudes of the Arctic and Antarctica
Unlock the most exciting chapter of your life!
Sailing tours on tall ships to the high latitudes of the Arctic and Antarctica

Unlock the most exciting chapter of your life!

our vision
Journeying to unearth the treasure of your soul
Throughout the centuries people have set out on a treasure hunt. Some of their findings can’t be put on the scales and get a price in real money, but they are the ones that change the lives of those who found them.
our tours
We recommend you our special and popular tours
7 days
12 — 19 AUG 2024
19 — 26 AUG 2024
26 AUG — 2 SEP 2024
2 — 10 SEP 2024
Discover East Greenland
One - week tour available from € 4 400 euro
Antarctica on the tall ship Eldorado (Fly & Sail)
Our new Fly & Sail format: voyages with one-way Drake Passage crossing and the flight to/from Antarctica
13 days
5 — 17 jan 2025
15 — 27 jan 2025
25 jan — 6 feb 2025
4 — 16 feb 2025
14 — 26 feb 2025
24 feb — 8 mar 2025
Antarctica on the tall ship Eldorado (Fly & Sail)
Our new Fly & Sail format: voyages with one-way Drake Passage crossing and the flight to/from Antarctica.
13 days
13 days
5 — 17 jan 2025
15 — 27 jan 2025
25 jan — 6 feb 2025
4 — 16 feb 2025
14 — 26 feb 2025
24 feb — 8 mar 2025
7 days
12 – 19 AUG 2024
19 – 26 AUG 2024
26 AUG – 2 SEP 2024
2 – 9 SEP 2024
Discover East Greenland
One - week tour available from € 4 400 euro
what we offer
Our tours are created by experienced expeditors and intended to contribute to cognition, assosiation and inspiration
Walk a unique route
Hear the glaciers crack
Set foot on the land of penguins and polar bears
See with your own eyes what for many will remain a picture
what we offer
what we offer
Our community connects different people all over the world.
Become part of a team of like-minded people
what we offer
Explore yourself with our professional team of trusted experts.
Discover the unknown in yourself and in the world
what we offer
If you are excited by the thought of this, if you are ready to surpass yourself, stand at the helm, manage sails and gear, feel sea salt and wind on your face and hands, we are definitely on the way.
Exciting journeys we read about as children are now our reality
what we offer
Our tours are created by experienced expeditors and intended to contribute to cognition, assosiation and inspiration
Walk a unique route
Hear the glaciers crack
what we offer
Set foot on the land of penguins and polar bears
what we offer
See with your own eyes what for many will remain a picture
what we offer
Become part of a team of like-minded people
Our community connects different people all over the world.
what we offer
Discover the unknown in yourself and in the world
Explore yourself with our professional team of trusted experts.
what we offer
what we offer
If you are excited by the thought of this, if you are ready to surpass yourself, stand at the helm, manage sails and gear, feel sea salt and wind on your face and hands, we are definitely on the way.
Exciting journeys we read about as children are now our reality
our community
Those who value freedom, new discoveries and strong friendship gather under our sails
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testimonials
I'd like to share my impressions from an Antarctic sailing expedition in 2022. As I told my friends that I'd like to SAIL to Antarctica (and I don't have any licenses and only a very little sailing experience), there were 2 opinions, either "Oh, cool!!", or " You're crazy!!". Now I can say that both were right. It was a really cool, but a little bit crazy expedition. To sail through the Drake's passage – it's a unique experience! As a reward after 4 days you see the shore...

We could visit a several research stations, islands with penguin colonies, sea leopards and, of course, the whales. We were lucky to sail with a very professional crew - they made it possible to sail through the iceberg field. That made us feel to visit an other world in all shades of blue.
— Anna Bassin, Germany
Sailing expedition to Antarctica
testimonials
I’m travelling a lot since my childhood. I saw the geysers of Iceland, deserts of Mongolia, landscapes of “Lord of the Ring” in New Zealand, waterfalls of La Reunion, Bahá’í Gardens in Israel, lakes of Canada, bears of the Arctic, old timers on the roads of Cuba, volcanos of Kamchatka and many other fascinating places of the world. But the trip to Antarctic in February 2022 is difficult to exceed, actually impossible. Extraordinary experience with fantastic people on the sail boat. It is like a trip to another planet full of pinguins, seals, whales, dolphins and seabirds. As the backstage for them are the breathtaking landscapes of ice mountains and meditation peace. And as a company – small family of sailors, who shared with me the night shifts, ice swimming and pancakes (mmm, our cook – it is a separate topic:)) middle of the nowhere. And the worst thing about it – I wish to do it again even more, than I wished before (it was my dream since 20 years).
— Tatiana Majerus, Luxembourg
Sailing expedition to Antarctica
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Nothing could possibly have prepared me for how incredible this week has been, and no words will adequately capture the memories you've helped me make. This was literally one of the best weeks of my life. Each day we did so many fun, exciting, challenging, and memorable activities that I can hardly keep track of them. After all the uncertainty and negativity in the world during recent events, the uplifting positivity, and teamwork aboard your ship is such a wonderful contrast. My time aboard was the first time in a long time when I truly felt joy.
— Perry Chaffe, USA
Sailing expedition to Iceland
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This week was exceptional as so many different people became a whole, connected to each other and have done an amazing exchange of ideas, energy, experience, knowledge. We worked, and played, and learned and listened, and talked to each other. Steered the wheel, set the sails, kept watches and participated in lectures, learned knots, rode dinghy, played the guitar, sang, connected. I thank the destiny for this opportunity.
— Eugenia Jeitz, Luxembourg
Sailing expedition to Iceland
testimonials
The night watch, the Southern Cross overhead, the rumble of glaciers crumbling in the dark and the whales puffing their fountains around you... It's an experience you probably won't get anywhere else.

It was a unique experience: I don't think there are too many people in the world who have ever travelled to Antarctica on a sailing ship. I think it is probably the most vivid and memorable experience of my life.
— Max Savostyanov, Russia
Sailing expedition to Antarctica
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My husband and I were on a year-long holiday and were planning a trip to South America. We wanted to go to Argentina and then see penguins, glaciers - all the beauty of those regions. Then we found out about an opportunity to join the crossing on the Amazone schooner, and we knew straightaway it was a great option in terms of time, place and experience we were to gain.

This voyage made us stronger. 16 days at sea without going ashore, sometimes with wind and huge waves. Constant watch duty in such conditions is tough. But we overcame ourselves and it was the most memorable - when you get away from the routine and overcome all the obstacles. The job of the sailors is admirable! I had only been on a small boat before so it was very interesting to see how sails are set on such a big schooner.
— Tatiana Nadyseva, Sweden
Crossing the Atlantic ocean