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OUR MISSION Our mission is to custom-make powerful experiences that impact the people who impact the world. Whether heli-skiing near the Arctic Circle in Iceland or casting for bonefish on a remote island in the Bahamas, Eleven experiences are a different kind of escape. We are not found in traditional destinations. Our lodges, chalets and beach houses are miles from the main road - in a historic farming village high along the FrenchItalian border, on a rugged river in Patagonia, and in other unique locations away from the crowd. In each destination, world-class food and lodging are combined with guided outdoor activities on mountains, in the backcountry, and on the water for guests of all ages and all skill levels. In urban locations our guides gracefully introduce guests to local culture, knowledge and places known only to native insiders. No matter where in the world they may be, every facility has five-star accommodations, award-winning chefs, extensive wine cellars, saunas, steam rooms, spas, and friendly, expert guides who will show you new dimensions of life, friendship, family and adventure.

Eleven Experience is headquartered in Crested Butte, Colorado. Eleven represents a new standard in experiential travel. We quench a thirst for unprecedented adventures, authentic connections with down-to-earth guides and deeply personalized holidays for the Adventure Capitalist.

ELEVENEXPERIENCE.COM

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TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME

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WHY ELEVEN?

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A LETTER FROM YOUR GUIDE

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DESTINATIONS

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SCARP RIDGE LODGE Colorado

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SOPRIS HOUSE Colorado

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PUBLIC HOUSE LOFTS Colorado

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TAYLOR RIVER LODGE Colorado

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DEPLAR FARM Iceland

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CHALET PELERIN France

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BAHAMA HOUSE Bahamas

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MOTHERSHIP Andros

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MOTHERSHIP Marquesas

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why eleven?

OFF THE BEATEN PATH

CUSTOM TAILORED EXPERIENCES

ELEVEN GUIDE TEAM

At the root of Eleven’s identity is the belief that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice the comforts of home in order to experience some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes and incredible adventures. Our team has scoured the globe for destinations relatively unknown and which still have a strong connection to their community and landscape. Although our properties are far from the main road, they are custom designed to ensure you have access to all of the amenities you should steam showers, saunas, pools, unique hang spaces, comfortable guest rooms and more.

We believe that your trip should be about you. That means that no trip is ever the same. Even before you arrive, our Experience Managers will help plan your dream itinerary, design menus, organize travel logistics, take note of your preferences and plan special moments. We want you to experience the most out of your trip. As a result, most of our stays are largely all-inclusive — meaning that your professional guides, outdoor activities, most meals, house alcohol and local transportation are included. Specific offerings vary at each property - please see destination pages for details.

At the core of the experience is the Eleven Guide Team. This international group of highly-trained outdoor and adventure specialists makes the entire experience. Their mission is to assess your goals and comfort levels and then customize the adventure to provide that “best-day-ever” experience. Our guides’ enthusiasm for their local surroundings and the adventures they share with you is infectious. It’s what sets Eleven Experience apart from any other company in the industry. If getting after it and being slightly out of your comfort zone sounds exciting, this cast of characters will safely lead you through a life-changing experience.

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BEST DAY EVER POLICY

ADVENTURES FOR ALL

A REAL CONNECTION

This is important. Unlike other resorts and guide operations, we don’t acknowledge “down days” or “weather days.” There are no rain checks. We are always armed and amped to improvise and be creative. If we can’t ski, we’ll surf. If we can’t fish, we’ll go paddle boarding with a gourmet riverside lunch. You came to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and this is what you’ll get.

There is not a “right” or a “wrong” way to experience an Eleven destination. If you’re a die-hard charger who wants to jam-pack your day with adrenaline-fueled activities, we’ve got you covered. If you’re simply looking for somewhere off the map to turn off your phone and put your feet up, that’s what we’re here for. Looking for a family getaway to reconnect with multiple generations and long lost cousins? You’re in the right place. Regardless of age, adventure enthusiasm, outdoor experience or vacation goals, we will design a trip that exceeds your expectations.

At the end of the day, Eleven strives to create memories that you, your family and your friends can share for a lifetime. We believe the connections and relationships that our guests foster amongst themselves and with nature are the most valuable commodities in the world, and we’re here to create these life-affirming moments with you.

Can’t begin to describe how fired up

I am right now. Empty, glassy, perfect right point this morning and now we’re suiting up to hop in the heli to film skiing. Does it get any better? - Scott Gaffney, MSP Films at Deplar Farm

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A LETTER FROM YOUR GUIDE

My name is Alan Bernholtz. I have worked with Eleven Experience since its inception and have been able to watch the company transform into a leader in the experiential travel industry. As Eleven Experience continues to provide new and exhilarating opportunities for guests around the world, we have remained true to our values from day one. By exposing our guests to nature, new challenges and world-class lodging, we facilitate an environment of personal growth, connection, and adrenaline-fueled fun. Our guides are experts in their field, and will provide insight into local culture, geology, biology and what makes our destinations so special. Our job is to show guests the best places in the world, and while doing so, push beyond their comfort zone where they begin to open up and engage with nature, themselves and each other in ways they never have before. Watching this transformation take place is one of my favorite aspects of the job, and it keeps me excited to come to work each day. OUR JOB IS TO SHOW GUESTS THE BEST PLACES IN THE WORLD, AND WHILE DOING SO, PUSH BEYOND THEIR COMFORT ZONE WHERE THEY BEGIN TO OPEN UP AND ENGAGE WITH NATURE, THEMSELVES AND EACH OTHER IN WAYS THEY NEVER HAVE BEFORE.

At Eleven, each trip is different and we understand the unique goals of each guest during their stay. We work closely with guests to tailor their experience, understand their expectations and exceed them. This personal approach to transformative travel allows us to create the “best day ever� and to form friendships with clients that last long after the trip is over. Our product is set apart from other operations in that we have the ability to anticipate guests needs and take care of the logistics behind the scenes using our in-house guide team. Our seamless performance allows for an unforgettable adventure, leaving you wanting to book your next trip before you return home.

ALAN BERNHOLTZ LEAD GUIDE

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OUR DESTINATIONS

TROLL PENINSULA, ICELAND

CRESTED BUTTE, COLORADO

LE M

ALMONT, COLORADO

HARBOUR ISLAND, BAHAMAS ISLAMORADA, FLORIDA

RIO PALENA, CHILE

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SCARP RIDGE LODGE

SOPRIS HOUSE

T AY L O R R I V E R L O D G E

MOTHERSHIP

COLORADO

COLORADO

COLORADO

FLORIDA


MIROIR, FRANCE

BAHAMA HOUSE

CHALET PELERIN

R I O PA L E N A LO D G E

D E P L A R FA R M

BAHAMAS

FRANCE

CHILE

ICELAND


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SCARP RIDGE LODGE COLORADO

ABOUT CRESTED BUTTE Historically a mining and ranching community, Crested Butte, which sits 8,885ft above sea level, saw a revival in the 1960’s when a ski resort opened on Mt. Crested Butte. This national historic district has been dubbed “Colorado’s Last Great Ski Town.” Averaging 300 inches of snow per year, with almost twice that just outside of town at our cat ski area, Crested Butte is the perfect place to stage your next winter adventure. Known as the “Wildflower Capital of Colorado,” Crested Butte summers have a lot to offer. From the Wildflower Festival to the Film Festival, there is no shortage of cultural and outdoor pursuits. Crested Butte is considered the mountain biking mecca of the world, and boasts the largest single track trail system in the United States with more than 750 miles of track to be had. With other activities on tap such as hiking, fishing and rock climbing, this area provides many opportunities to get out and explore.

WINTER ADVENTURES • Cat skiing • Piste skiing • Cross country skiing • Backcountry skiing • Snowshoeing • Guides ridge • Ice climbing

SUMMER ADVENTURES Adventures are not included in a summer stay. All adventures may be purchased a la carte and will be guided by our in-house team of professional guides. • Fly Fishing* • Hiking* • Mountain biking* • Rock climbing* • Guides ridge* • Standup paddleboarding* • Whitewater rafting* • Inflatable kayaking* • 14er climbing*

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

Good Eats

Crested Butte has a great culinary scene. There are numerous restaurants within walking distance of the Lodge for you to try for dinner. You can look forward to delicious local pizza and taco joints, French fine dining and farm-to-table inspired menus.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

SCARP RIDGE LODGE Located in downtown Crested Butte, our lodge was formerly the Croatian Hall, where miners would gather for drinking and dancing during the coal mining heyday. It purposefully lives like a home. Think open floor plan, stocked kitchen and pantry, and flat screen TV slideshows from your day’s adventure. Guest-controlled Crestron entertainment systems are set to music preferences, while coffee and a preheated sauna each morning are prep for tackling the trails.

PROPERTY DETAILS • • • • • • • • •

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5 king en suites Bunkroom with 2 queen, 2 full and 3 twin beds Single nanny bedroom connecting to bunkroom Saltwater pool Steam room Sauna Indoor and outdoor hot tubs Media room with HD projector and screen Children’s playroom

• Great room • Library • Gym equipped with elliptical machine and pilates reformer • Oxygen enriched air system • Individual lockers for gear storage • Personalized in-room retail bar • 13,500 square feet • Max capacity: 20 people


RATES

WINTER

SUMMER

BUYOUT Starting at $15,520* per night for private lodge buyout based on 10 guests (two night minimum stay)

BUYOUT Starting at $4,590* per night for private lodge buyout based on 14 guests

BY ROOM limited availability during certain holiday periods Starting at $2,800* per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

INCLUSIONS: Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries, all gear necessary for activities, prearrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, use of property bicycles, one day of professional photography*, use of on-mountain chalets, chef prepared breakfast, lunch and après, organic fresh food minibar, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, round trip airport transfers to Gunnison and Montrose*. * Not included for by room offering.

Prorated buyout pricing starting at $3,890* per night for private lodge buyout based on 10 guests BY ROOM limited availability during certain holiday periods Starting at $650* per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

INCLUSIONS: Pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, chef prepared breakfast and après, organic fresh food minibar, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, round trip airport transfers to Gunnison and Montrose*. * Not included for by room offering. *Average tax of 10% - 14% not included in pricing.


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SOPRIS HOUSE COLORADO

SOPRIS HOUSE Located next door to Scarp Ridge Lodge, Sopris House is within walking distance to restaurants and shopping, yet allows for easy access to National Forest and Crested Butte wilderness.

WINTER ADVENTURES • Cat skiing • Piste skiing • Cross country skiing • Backcountry skiing • Snowshoeing • Guides ridge • Ice climbing

SUMMER ADVENTURES Adventures are not included in a summer stay. All adventures may be purchased a la carte and will be guided by our in-house team of professional guides. • Fly Fishing* • Hiking* • Mountain biking* • Rock climbing* • Guides ridge* • Standup paddleboarding* • Whitewater rafting* • Inflatable kayaking* • 14er climbing*

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

Scarp Ridge Lodge and Sopris House Scarp Ridge Lodge and Sopris House are located on the same block in downtown Crested Butte. Scarp Ridge Lodge is great for larger groups who want room to spread out and Sopris House is best for smaller groups or families who are looking for more of a private home feel.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

PROPERTY DETAILS • • • • • •

3 king en suites Twin suite with 2 full and 2 twin trundle beds Renovated saloon with pool table and jukebox Private outdoor courtyard Media room Outdoor copper hot tub

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Cold plunge pool Sauna Personalized in-room retail bar Individual lockers for gear storage 3,200 square feet Max capacity: 10 people

Wildflower Capital During the summer season Crested Butte is known as the “Wildflower Capital of Colorado” and for good reason. Wildflowers carpet the hillsides and valleys between June and August – a sight not be missed.


RATES

WINTER

SUMMER

BUYOUT Starting at $10,715* per night for private lodge buyout based on 8 guests

BUYOUT Starting at $2,120* per night for private lodge buyout based on 8 guests

Prorated buyout pricing starting at $9,255* per night for private lodge buyout based on 6 guests

Prorated buyout pricing starting at $1,830* per night for private lodge buyout based on 6 guests

BY ROOM limited availability during certain holiday periods Starting at $2,650* per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

BY ROOM limited availability during certain holiday periods Starting at $525* per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

INCLUSIONS: Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries, all gear necessary for activities, pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, use of property bicycles, one day of professional photography*, chef prepared breakfast, lunch and après, organic fresh food minibar, non-alcoholic beverages, round trip airport transfers to Gunnison and Montrose*. * Not included for by room offering.

INCLUSIONS: Pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, chef prepared breakfast and après, organic fresh food minibar, non-alcoholic beverages, round trip airport transfers to Gunnison and Montrose*. * Not included for by room offering. *Average tax of 15% - 19% not included in pricing.


CAT SKIING WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Scarp Ridge Lodge and Sopris House offer guests one of the most exclusive ski experiences in the world. Accessible by tricked-out snowcats, our guests have access to 1000+ acres of ski terrain in Irwin, Colorado. Coupled with private use of our on-mountain chalets, guests have the opportunity to ski untouched cold-smoke powder and enjoy the company of their families and friends day in and day out. WHAT IS A SNOWCAT? WHAT’S SPECIAL ABOUT ELEVEN’S SNOWCATS? A snowcat is an enclosed vehicle used to drive up and down the mountain so that you can access untouched terrain for the best possible skiing conditions. Our snowcats are custom built with your comfort in mind – think leather seats, flat screen tvs, heat, sound systems and large windows.

WHERE IS IRWIN COLORADO? HOW DO WE GET THERE? Irwin is located 12 miles west of Crested Butte. The snowcat will pick you up at the front door of Scarp Ridge Lodge or Sopris House. You’ll enjoy a 45 minute ride through the wilderness to Irwin.

DO WE HAVE A HOME BASE AT IRWIN? WHERE DO WE HAVE LUNCH? We have two cozy on-mountain chalets at Irwin where your group will put on your ski boots, have lunch and enjoy après. You’re also welcome to hang out at the cabins throughout the day if you want to take a break or lounge by the fire.

HOW MUCH SNOW DOES IRWIN GET EACH YEAR? Irwin is famous for its cold-smoke powder – and lots of it. The area receives an average of 450 inches of snow each year – nearly twice as much as Crested Butte.

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE TERRAIN AT IRWIN? Irwin offers a variety of terrain. Think open alpine bowls, steep narrow chutes, wide untouched hillsides, and tight tree skiing terrain. While we find our terrain is best suited for intermediate to expert skiers, our guides are well versed in working with children and skiers of varying abilities.


RECOMMENDED WINTER ITINERARY SCARP RIDGE LODGE AND SOPRIS HOUSE

DAY 1

DAY 4

WELCOME + IN-HOUSE DINNER

CAT SKI AT IRWIN

• Afternoon arrival • Private ski fitting at the Lodge • Chef prepared dinner on property*

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DAY 2 CAT SKI AT IRWIN • • • • • • • • •

Start the morning with restorative yoga* Enjoy a chef prepared breakfast Ride in our snowcat to Irwin Ski fresh Colorado powder Enjoy a gourmet lunch at our on-mountain chalet Continue skiing at Irwin in the afternoon Kick back and enjoy après Return to the Lodge and soak in the hot tub Dinner out in Crested Butte*

Chef prepared breakfast Ride in our snowcat to Irwin Enjoy a full day of cat skiing Relax with après drinks and snacks Return to the Lodge for a swim or steam Have dinner out on the town*

DAY 5 CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE • Begin the day with guided yoga* • Chef prepared breakfast • Guests choose their own adventure – cat skiing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, backcountry skiing • Enjoy lunch in the field • Return to the Lodge for afternoon massages* • Have a private dinner on property*

DAY 3

DAY 6

SKI AT CRESTED BUTTE MOUNTAIN RESORT

DEPARTURE

• Enjoy a chef prepared breakfast • Morning ski at Crested Butte Mountain Resort • Relax and have lunch on mountain at the ski resort • Return to the lodge for afternoon massages* • Kickback with après at the property bar • Savor an in-house chef prepared dinner*

• Chef prepared breakfast • Depart

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

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CAT SKIING TERRAIN MAP IRWIN COLORADO


THE DETAILS TERRAIN FACTS LOCATION 12 miles west of Crested Butte, Colorado

OPERATING SEASON December through April

#YOURELEVENSTORY

MOUNTAIN RANGE

Elk Mountains, Colorado

970.349.5430

AVERAGE ANNUAL SNOWFALL info@elevencatskiing.com Irwin, www.elevenexperience.com Colorado – 450 inches Crested Butte, Colorado – 300 inches

LOCATION: 12 miles west of Crested Butte, Colorado ELEVATIONS Crested Butte, Colorado – 8,885 ft.

OPER OPERATING SEASON: Irwin, Colorado – 10,200 ft. Highest point of ourApril terrain – 12,212 ft. December through

Highest nearby peak – 13,058 ft. (Mt. Owen)

MOUNTAIN RANGE: TERRAIN Elk Mountains, Colorado Acerage – 1,000 acres Number ofANNUAL skiers per day – 10 AVERAGE SNOWFALL: Daily vertical – 10,000 to 15,000 ft. Irwin - 600 inches Number of runs per day – 8-12 Crested Butte - 300 inches Longest vertical drop – 2,100 ft.

ELE ELEVATIONS: Crested Butte - 8,885 ft. Irwin (Movie Cabin) - 10,200 ft. Highest point of our terrain - 12,212 ft. Highest peak - Mt. Owen at 13,058 ft. TERRAIN: Acerage - 1,000+ acres Number of skiers/riders per day - 10 skie Daily vertical - 10 to 15,000 ft. Number of runs per day - 8 - 12 runs Longest vertical drop - 2,100 ft 21


RECOMMENDED SUMMER ITINERARY SCARP RIDGE LODGE AND SOPRIS HOUSE

DAY 1

DAY 4

WELCOME

MOUNTAIN BIKING

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• Begin the day with guided yoga*
 • Chef prepared breakfast • Mountain bike Crested Butte’s famous single track* • Trail side picnic • Return and relax at Sopris House
 • Private in-house dinner*

Afternoon arrival Welcome property tour
 Townie bike ride through Crested Butte
 Enjoy a gourmet dinner at Sopris House*

DAY 2 FLY FISHING + WHITEWATER RAFTING • • • • •

Early morning guided yoga and stretching*
 Chef prepared breakfast Head to the Taylor River for guided fly fishing* Riverside picnic lunch Afternoon whitewater rafting trip down the Taylor River*
 • Relax in the early evening - steam, soak or swim • Eat out at one of Crested Butte’s farm-totable inspired restaurants*
 • Hang out at your private bar while playing pool and and listening to our custom juke box

DAY 5 HIKE SCARP RIDGE • • • • •

Watch the sun rise from the rooftop hot tub Chef prepared breakfast Group hike along Scarp Ridge*
 Picnic in the mountains Spend the afternoon strolling the streets of Crested Butte • Sit down to a Colorado-inspired courtyard barbecue*

DAY 6 DEPARTURE

DAY 3 “GO BIG” DAY • Chef prepared breakfast • Guided mountaineering to summit Mount Crested Butte* • Enjoy a picnic in the mountains • Go stand-up paddle boarding on the Slate River • Have dinner in downtown Crested Butte*


• Chef prepared breakfast • Depart

*Adventures are not included in a summer stay. All adventures may be purchased a la carte and will be guided by our in-house team of professional guides.


GETTING HERE BY PLANE The airports that are nearest to Sopris House are as follows: • Gunnison Regional Airport (GUC)

30 minutes south of Crested Butte • Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ)

90 minutes west of Crested Butte • Aspen Regional Airport (ASE)

2.5 hours northwest during the summer (via Kebler pass); 5 hours in the winter • Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT)

3 hours west of Crested Butte • Denver International Airport (DEN)

4.5 hours northeast of Crested Butte One round trip airport transfer for guests is included for Gunnison and Montrose airports for property buyout stays.

BY CAR Guests are welcome to drive to Sopris House. • The physical address of Sopris House is 200 Sopris Avenue, Crested Butte, Colorado 81224

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PUBLIC HOUSE LOFTS COLORADO

PUBLIC HOUSE LOFTS Our well-appointed lofts are located above the Public House, right on Crested Butte’s main drag. The three suites celebrate music’s most trailblazing rebels with inspiration from three renowned venues, San Francisco’s Fillmore Auditorium and Winterland, and Manhattan’s famed Beacon Theater. Think king beds, walk-in closets, textured walls, minibars, and spacious en suite bathrooms with steam showers and soaking tubs. Your morning cup of joe or afternoon pint is complemented by views of Mt. Crested Butte. So go ahead. Let your inner rock star shine.

WINTER ADVENTURES Adventures are not included in a winter stay. All adventures may be purchased a la carte and will be guided by our in-house team of professional guides.

SUMMER ADVENTURES Adventures are not included in a summer stay. All adventures may be purchased a la carte and will be guided by our in-house team of professional guides.

• Cat skiing*

• Fly Fishing*

• Piste skiing*

• Hiking*

• Cross country skiing*

• Mountain biking*

• Backcountry skiing*

• Rock climbing*

• Snowshoeing*

• Guides ridge*

• Ice climbing*

• Standup paddleboarding*

• Guides ridge*

• Whitewater rafting* • Inflatable kayaking* • 14er climbing*

The History of Public House Once a saloon, always a saloon. The original building, errected in the mid 1800s, was known as the Crested Butte House and Saloon, and served as the town’s main watering hole throughout much of the 19th and 20th centuries.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY AND RATES

PROPERTY DETAILS • • • •

3 king en suites, two with lofts Situated above Public House Pub and Tap Room Convieniently located on Elk Avenue Max capacity: 6 people

YEAR-ROUND PRICING BUYOUT Starting at $945* per night for private buyout based on 6 guests BY ROOM* Starting at $300* per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

INCLUSIONS: Organic fresh food minibar.

Wildflower Capital During the summer season Crested Butte is known as the “Wildflower Capital of Colorado” and for good reason. Wildflowers carpet the hillsides and valleys between June and August – a sight not be missed.

*Average tax of 13.4% not included in pricing.


GETTING HERE BY PLANE The airports that are nearest to Public House are as follows: • Gunnison Regional Airport (GUC)

30 minutes south of Crested Butte • Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ)

90 minutes west of Crested Butte • Aspen Regional Airport (ASE)

2.5 hours northwest during the summer (via Kebler pass); 5 hours in the winter • Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT)

3 hours west of Crested Butte • Denver International Airport (DEN)

4.5 hours northeast of Crested Butte

BY CAR Guests are welcome to drive to Public House. • The physical address of Public House is 202 Elk Avenue, Crested Butte, Colorado 81224

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T AY L O R R I V E R L O D G E COLORADO

ABOUT TAYLOR CANYON Reaching back to the late 1800’s, the Taylor Canyon was shaped by a diverse history of gold mining and ranching. Since it’s early settlement, Taylor Park has drawn pioneers – individuals excited to push the boundaries of their natural surroundings. Today, the Taylor Canyon is a source of world-class whitewater and unspoiled trout fishing for everyone. Formerly used as a locals general store for fishing and tackle, the property has since been transformed into a private retreat. Many of the cabins and structures are built on existing footprints using the original six-inch D-log kits. Colorado blue sky, emerald green pine trees and colorful granite walls frame all of your adventures at Taylor River Lodge.

SUMMER ACTIVITIES MAY - OCTOBER • Fly fishing

• Whitewater rafting

• Mountain biking

• Inflatable kayaking

• Rock climbing

• 14er climbing*

• Hiking

• Marksmen’s range including axe throwing and archery

• Stand up paddle boarding

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

Taylor Olympics Taylor River Lodge is the perfect place for some good competitive fun. Ask our team to design a group Olympic competition – imagine capture the flag, relay races, and antics to bring your family together in good fun.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

TAYLOR RIVER LODGE Tucked away in the awe-inspiring Taylor Canyon, Taylor River Lodge prides itself on being an exclusive summer camp for the discerning traveler. Think archery and angling – teepee and bathhouse – game room and riverfront lounge – s’mores and farm-to-table dining. It’s a place for retreating, recreating and connecting. Guests will leave their technology at home, relinquish their everyday life and fully embrace the Colorado “off-the-grid” mentality.

PROPERTY DETAILS • 6 private queen bedded cabins, 3 with twin bedded lofts, 3 with without • Royal Wulff with 2 queen bedded suites and lofted bunkroom • Green Drake with 2 king bedded suites and a bunkroom • Main lodge offering communal dining space, bar, fireplace lounge and river front seating • Bathhouse including steam room, sauna, and hot tub

• Gym and spa facility with two treatment rooms • Game cabin with pool table, foosball and a dartboard • Private climbing wall • Outdoor BBQ space • Teepee lounge • Rainbow trout stocked casting pond • 8 acre property grounds • Max capacity: 30 people


RATES

SUMMER (MAY - OCTOBER) BUYOUT Starting at $18,900* per night for private buyout based on 24 guests Prorated buyout starting at $14,040* per night for private buyout based on 16 guests GREEN DRAKE Starting at $5,320* per night (based on 6 person occupancy) ROYAL WULFF Starting at $4,900* per night (based on 6 person occupancy) INDIVIDUAL CABINS Starting at $1,670* per cabin, per night (based on double occupancy)

*Average tax of 6% - 9.5% not included in pricing.

INCLUSIONS: Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries, all gear necessary for activities, prearrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, one day of professional photography*, use of property bicycles, chef prepared breakfast, lunch, après and dinner, organic fresh food minibar, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, transfers to and from Crested Butte, round trip airport transfers to Gunnison and Montrose*. * Not included for by room offering.

Colorado Property Split Stay Our guests love to get a taste of life in town at Scarp Ridge Lodge or Sopris House, and then take a few days to disconnect at Taylor River Lodge. Consider staying at both properties while you’re here.


FLY FISHING IN THE GUNNISON VALLEY The Gunnison Valley is an iconic North American fishing destination for both the die-hard angler or the first timer. Our guides will take you fishing on the Taylor River, the Gunnison River and other classic trout waters. Taylor River Lodge has a stocked casting pond, perfect for beginners and intermediate anglers looking to work on their technique. Taylor River, located out our back door, is famous for its large tailwater fish. Along our mile of semi-private water, you will find fast runs, deep pockets and large boulders within a scenic canyon setting. The remote location means low pressure and high catch rates.


The Gunnison River is only a 15-minute drive from the Lodge. The “Gunny� offers long riffles, deep pools and long, slow drifts. Whether float fishing in a drift boat or wading along the banks, this an exceptional river that offers a fantastic experience for anglers of all capabilities. The Gunnison River provides the best chance of catching a large quantity of big fish. In addition to the two classic rivers, we take clients fishing on lesser known waters in the Gunnison Valley. We have access to a private two mile stretch on Tomichi Creek offering opportunities for large wild brown trout, and we can organize an array of additional options ranging from high alpine lakes to low willow creeks.


RECOMMENDED ITINERARY TAYLOR RIVER LODGE

DAY 1

DAY 4

WELCOME

MOUNTAIN BIKING

• • • •

• Begin the day with a relaxing steam in the bathhouse
 • Chef prepared breakfast • Take to the trails for a day of mountain biking
 • Picnic on the trail
 • Relax with massages at the Lodge* • Chef prepared dinner • Private movie screening at Copper John or outdoors on the lawn

Afternoon arrival to Taylor River Lodge Welcome cocktail and property tour Afternoon lawn games and archery Chef prepared dinner at Taylor River Lodge

DAY 2 FLY FISHING + WHITEWATER RAFTING • Start the morning early with a soak in the riverside hot tub
 • Chef prepared breakfast • Head to the Taylor River for guided fly fishing • Riverside picnic lunch
 • Afternoon whitewater rafting down the Taylor River
 • Relax in the early evening - steam, soak or swim
 • Farm-to-table dinner at Taylor River Lodge • Savor s’mores under the Colorado stars

DAY 3 ROCK CLIMBING + STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING • • • •

Chef prepared breakfast Guided rock climbing in the Taylor Canyon Lunch at Taylor River Lodge Stand up paddle board on the lower Gunnison River • Chef prepared al fresco dinner • Enjoy after dinner drinks at the bar

DAY 5 HIGH ALPINE HIKING • Rise early and practice your cast on the trout pond • Chef prepared breakfast • Hike a neighboring peak for beautiful views and wildflowers • Picnic lunch in the mountains • Spend the afternoon strolling the streets of Crested Butte • Return to Taylor River Lodge for cocktails
 • Sit down to a Colorado-inspired barbecue in the evening

DAY 6 DEPARTURE • Chef prepared breakfast • Depart

*Subject to availability and special pricing.


GETTING HERE BY PLANE The airports that are nearest to Taylor River Lodge are as follows: • Gunnison Regional Airport (GUC)

25 minutes south of Taylor River Lodge • Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ)

90 minutes west of Almont • Aspen Regional Airport (ASE)

2.5 hours northwest in the summer (via Kebler Pass) • Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT)

3 hours west of Almont • Denver International Airport (DEN)

4 hours northeast of Almont One round trip airport transfer for guests is included for Gunnison and Montrose airports for property buyout stays.

BY CAR Guests are welcome to drive to Taylor River Lodge. • The physical address of Taylor River Lodge is: 10931 County Road 742, Taylor River Canyon, Almont, CO 81210

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D E P L A R FA R M ICELAND

ABOUT NORTHERN ICELAND Iceland’s unique geologic history has created an environment that is truly stunning. Mountains rise up from the sea along the fjords on the Troll Peninsula. The island is full of geothermal vents below the surface which form numerous hot springs throughout the country. Our proximity to the Arctic Circle allows for views of the Northern Lights from October to April, and long days in the summer mean more time to adventure and explore. Popular summer activities include fishing for Atlantic salmon and Arctic char, hiking, sea kayaking and horseback riding. In the spring, surfing and heli-skiing can be done in the same day.

SUMMER + FALL ACTIVITIES

SPRING ACTIVITIES

• Surfing

• Heli skiing

• Hiking

• Cat skiing

• Fat biking

• Resort skiing

• Lake fishing (char & trout)

• Backcountry skiing

• Kayaking (lake, river or sea)

• Snowmobiling

• Horseback riding

• Cross country skiing

• Whale watching

• Fat biking

• Hot spring tours

• Hiking

• RIB boat tour

• Snowshoeing

• Whitewater rafting*

• Whale watching

• Drangey tour “Puffin Island”*

• Kayaking (lake, river or sea)

• Air tours*

• Hot spring tours

• Fly fishing for Atlantic salmon and Arctic char on

• Surfing

permitted Icelandic rivers* • Lodge activities: Archery, laser tag, skeet shooting and frisbee golf

WINTER ACTIVITIES • Hiking

• Whitewater rafting* • Drangey tour “Puffin Island”* • Dog sledding* • Air tours* • Lodge activities: Archery, laser tag and skeet shooting

• Whale watching • Cross country skiing

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

• Fat biking • Snowshoeing • Snowmobiling • Surfing • Hot spring tours • Resort skiing • Dog sledding* • Air tours* • Lodge activities: Self-guided cross country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking and archery and laser tag

Northern Lights Deplar Farm is a great place to see the Northern Lights. The best time to see sky dance is between October and early April when the days are shorter.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

DEPLAR FARM Deplar is a converted sheep farm, situated in the remote Fljót Valley on the mountainous Troll Peninsula in northern Iceland. Today’s modern structure celebrates a rugged past, and honors authentic Icelandic architecture with 13 en suite bedrooms. It is a one-stop-shop for adventure, solitude, mystery, and high-end amenities. The Fljót Valley sees some of the highest average snowfall on the planet. As a result, the eastern route to Deplar is closed all winter, making its remote locale all the more raw and wild. Strategically located between Europe and the States, Iceland and Deplar offer easy access to otherworldly landscapes without hours of traveling. New York and London-based clients can be fishing or skiing on the same day of travel.

PROPERTY DETAILS • 13 en suite bedrooms • 5 king bedded suites • 4 king bedded suites with queen sleeping lofts and balconies • 2 queen bedded suites • 1 king bedded suite with lofted lounge • 1 bunkroom with 4 double beds and large en suite bathroom • Geothermal indoor/outdoor pool with bar • Sauna and steam room • Indoor and outdoor hot tubs

• Media room • Premium spa facility featuring 2 flotation tanks and 3 treatment rooms • Fully equipped conference room • 2 heli-pads • Exclusive bar and lounge • Gym and yoga room • 28,000 square feet • Max capacity: 32 people


RATES SUMMER AND FALL

WINTER

BUYOUT Starting at 3,676,050 ISK per night for private lodge buyout based on 26 guests

BUYOUT Starting at 3,676,050 ISK per night for private lodge buyout based on 26 guests

Prorated buyout starting at 2,718,450 ISK per night for private lodge buyout based on 16 guests

Prorated buyout starting at 2,718,450 ISK per night for private lodge buyout based on 16 guests

BY ROOM Starting at 257,250 ISK per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

BY ROOM Starting at 257,250 ISK per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

INCLUSIONS: Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries, all gear necessary for activities, pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, chef prepared breakfast, lunch, après and dinner, organic fresh food minibar, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, round trip airport transfers to Akureyri.

INCLUSIONS: Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries, all gear necessary for activities, pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, chef prepared breakfast, lunch, après and dinner, organic fresh food minibar, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, round trip airport transfers to Akureyri.

FISHING

SPRING HELI-SKIING

(JUNE 1 - OCTOBER 31)

ATLANTIC SALMON SEA TROUT AND ARCTIC CHAR

(NOVEMBER 1 - MARCH 14)

(MARCH 15 - MAY 31) 4 or 6 day trips

Fly fishing is available from April through September for specific dates and rivers. Please inquire for pricing and availability.

BUYOUT Starting at 4,209,450 ISK per night for private lodge buyout based on 12 skiers

PTARMIGAN SHOOTING

SEMI-PRIVATE Starting at 326,550 ISK per person, per day (based on single occupancy)

Deplar Farm is available for weekend, guided ptarmigan shooting from October to November. Trips run from Friday to Sunday. Please inquire for pricing and availability.

*Eleven can provide ISK to USD exchange rates, but USD pricing will be estimated based on the exchange rate at time of quote.

Starting at 265,125 ISK per person, per day (based on double occupancy)

INCLUSIONS: Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries, semi-private guided heli-skiing, all gear necessary for activities, pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, chef prepared breakfast, lunch, après and dinner, organic fresh food minibar, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, round trip airport transfers to Akureyri.

Nordic Folklore Elves and traditional Nordic folklore are important aspects of Icelandic culture. Deplar Farm was respectfully built to accommodate two historic elf hills.


HELI SKIING

Our heli-ski clients are Adventure Capitalists by design. They follow the snow, no matter the time of year. Getting after it is their call to action. Tackling untracked heli-ski descents on Iceland’s Arctic maritime snowpack is for both the hard charger and the smooth cruiser. Sea-to-summit has never looked this good. Heli-skiing on the Troll Peninsula is known for its beautiful rolling descents and steep couloirs taking you all the way to the ocean. This land of the midnight sun offers true adventurers extended daylight hours with more opportunity to rack up the vertical.

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THE DETAILS Average run vertical – 2.5k ft - 3.5k ft Average flight time per day – 1 hour Mixed snow conditions – powder/corn High point – 4,583 ft Eleven provides highly-trained heli-ski guides including IFMGA and AMGA certified guides • Complimentary use of Eleven’s Wagner Custom Skis designed for heli-skiing in Iceland • All avalanche safety equipment is included • • • • •


HELI-SKIING WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

WHAT IS THE TERRAIN LIKE IN ICELAND? HOW ARE THE SNOW CONDITIONS? With over 1,500 square miles of terrain to ski, we have a wide variety of terrain – think wide open bowls, steep couloirs, long runs from mountain peaks to the ocean shore. Iceland has a maritime snowpack meaning that the snow conditions are very stable. You can expect a variety of conditions – sometimes spring-like conditions including smooth, buttery slopes and corn snow; other times fresh powder.

DO YOU NEED TO BE AN EXPERT SKIER TO HELI SKI AT DEPLAR FARM? The vast terrain in Iceland means we have the flexibility to choose runs that are appropriate for your skill level. We recommend that guests be strong intermediate skiers to best enjoy the experience; for you experts out there, don’t worry, there are plenty of challenging slopes for you to rip down.

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO HELI SKI IN ICELAND? Our season runs between March 15 - May 31. During this time we offer 4 and 6 day trips.

HOW MUCH FLIGHT TIME CAN WE EXPECT? We include one hour of flight time per day which equates to 8-10 runs; each run averages 2,500 - 3,500 feet of vertical.


FLY FISHING

FOR ATLANTIC SALMON Looking to cross Iceland off your bucket list with an elevated angling experience? Northern Iceland is your headquarters from July to September. Eleven has access to some of the most exclusive salmon rivers in Iceland, and a world-class lodge to complete your experience. Eleven’s fishing guides will design an itinerary to suit your goals and to give you the best chance at landing a prized Atlantic Salmon. For centuries, Iceland has been attracting the best anglers of the world to fish its famous rivers. A unique attribute to fishing in Iceland is its commitment to conservation. Fishery associations are assigned to all waters, and they strictly regulate the natural fish stock and monitor the fishing pressure. Angling in Iceland is 100% catch and release and fly fishing only with a maximum of two rods per day.


A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE RIVERS THE FLJÓTAÁ The Fljótaá River, a world class Atlantic salmon and Arctic char river, is just 5 miles from Deplar Farm. The Fljótaá is only fished with 4 rods, so the fishing experience is very exclusive and the angler always has their pick of great pools. The river is narrow and fast flowing, perfect for light tackle.

THE HÖLKNÁ This two-rod river offers a unique opportunity for anglers to experience Atlantic salmon fishing, as exclusive as it gets. The two rods have access to an 8 mile stretch of gin-clear water, with 27 marked pools and a good number of unmarked pools. Hölkná is truly one of Iceland’s up and coming rivers. Eleven’s

Hölkná Cabins are located right on the banks of the river in the northeastern part of Iceland. They are as comfortable as they are remote.

THE HÚSEYJARKVÍSL The Húseyjarkvísl is one of the ultimate fishing destinations in Iceland. It is one of the few rivers that offers both world class salmon and sea trout fishing. The sea trout season starts in April and offers anglers the rare opportunity to heli-ski and catch trophy trout in the same day. Atlantic salmon are king in July and August. This three rod river is just an hour from Deplar Farm.


PTARMIGAN SHOOTING

GUIDED PTARMIGAN SHOOTING Eleven Experience offers weekend ptarmigan shooting from October to November with a team of expert guides who have hunted ptarmigan for the better part of their lives, and know the local shooting grounds like the back of their hand. Considered one of the toughest game birds, they live in cold, harsh mountainous areas of the northern hemisphere including the Scottish Highlands, the Alps, and northern parts of Canada and Iceland. The season runs every Friday to Sunday from the last weekend of October to the third weekend in November.

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RECOMMENDED WINTER ITINERARY DEPLAR FARM

DAY 1

DAY 4

ARRIVAL + WELCOME DINNER

WHALE WATCHING + SNOWSHOEING

• Afternoon welcome and property tour
 • Early evening swim and steam • Chef prepared dinner

• Rise early to enjoy the sauna 
 • Chef prepared breakfast
 • Enjoy a morning of whale watching in the surrounding fjords
 • Lunch at Deplar Farm • Spend the afternoon relaxing in the spa or go snowshoeing around the valley 
 • Enjoy a chef prepared dinner 
 • Private film viewing in Deplar’s media room 


DAY 2 SNOWMOBILING + SPA • • • • • • •

Early morning stretching and yoga session*
 Chef prepared breakfast
 Snowmobile throughout the Fljot Valley Return to Deplar Farm for lunch
 Relax in the expansive spa
area Tuck into a gourmet dinner
 After dinner bonfire and drinks at the lodge

DAY 3 CROSS COUNTRY SKIING + LODGE ACTIVITIES • • • •

Chef prepared breakfast
 Cross country ski around the valley Return to Deplar Farm for lunch 
 Try your hand at one of our lodge activities such as archery or laser tag in the
afternoon • Enjoy a chef prepared dinner 
 • Star gaze and watch for the Northern Lights

DAY 5 FAT BIKING + NORTHERN LIGHTS • Chef prepared breakfast • Fat bike on our groomed trails around the valley • Have lunch at the swim up bar in the pool • Float in our I-Sopod sensory deprivation tanks • Enjoy a chef prepared dinner • Stargaze and watch the Northern Lights from the geothermal pool

DAY 6 DEPARTURE • Early morning stretch and yoga* 
 • Chef prepared breakfast
 • Depart

*Subject to availability and special pricing.


RECOMMENDED SUMMER ITINERARY DEPLAR FARM

DAY 1

DAY 4

ARRIVAL + WELCOME DINNER

RIVER KAYAKING + WHALE WATCHING

• Afternoon welcome and property tour
 • Guided evening hike • Take advantage of an early evening swim and steam • Chef prepared dinner of local cuisine

DAY 2 WHITE WATER RAFTING • Early morning stretching and yoga session • Enjoy a chef prepared breakfast • Spend your morning rafting some of Iceland’s most exhilarating rivers* • Return to Deplar Farm in the afternoon • Relax in the expansive spa
area • Enjoy a chef prepared dinner • Evening film showing in the media room

DAY 3 HORSEBACK RIDING + LODGE ACTIVITIES • • • •

Rise for a morning steam or sauna Enjoy a chef prepared breakfast Go horseback riding along Iceland’s coast Enjoy a gourmet outdoor lunch at Deplar Farm • Explore our lodge activities such as fat biking or frisbee golf • Enjoy a chef prepared dinner • Relax with cocktails in the outdoor pool after dinner

• • • • • • •

Early morning stretching and yoga session Enjoy a chef prepared breakfast Kayak down the Fljótaá River Have lunch at Deplar Farm Explore the fjords via boat while whale watching Enjoy the pool and spa Chef prepared dinner

DAY 5 FISHING + BIKING • • • • • •

Rise early for a morning steam or sauna Chef prepared breakfast Fish for Arctic char on the nearby lake Enjoy a gourmet lunch at Deplar Farm Continue fishing or go for a fat bike ride Unwind with a float in the I-Sopod sensory deprivation tanks • Enjoy a chef prepared dinner • Relax with cocktails on the wrap around patio after dinner

DAY 6 DEPARTURE • Enjoy a chef prepared breakfast • Depart


GETTING HERE BY PLANE International flights arrive at the Keflavik International Airport (KEF), 45 minutes from downtown Reykjavik. • The guest experience begins in Akureyri. Guests must transfer to the Reykjavik Domestic Airport in downtown Reykjavik for a 45 minute flight to Akureyri. • Upon arriving in Akureyri, an Eleven employee will be there to drive you 90 minutes to Deplar Farm.

BY CAR The drive between Reykjavik and Deplar Farm is about 4.5 hours.

We do not recommend driving to Deplar Farm between November-May due to snow and possible inclement weather.

DEPLAR FARM AKUREYRI

REYKJAVIK

ICELAND

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CHALET PELERIN FRANCE

ABOUT LE MIROIR Chalet Pelerin is situated in a small, authentic village offering guests a real taste of the local culture, as well as true privacy. Chalet Pelerin is just miles from the Italian border making it a great destination for heli-skiing and hopping over the border for a different cultural experience. In the summer guests can cycle, mountain bike, hike, kayak, rock climb and explore the scenery on horseback. A short trip to nearby Val d’Isère allows for more shopping and dining options.

SUMMER ACTIVITIES Adventures are not included in a summer stay. All adventures may be purchased a la carte and will be guided by our in-house team of professional guides. • Mountaineering* • Via Ferrata* • Climbing* • Canyoning* • Whitewater rafting* • Mountain biking* • Road cycling* • Hiking*

WINTER ACTIVITIES • Off-piste skiing and touring • On-piste skiing • Ice climbing • Snowshoeing • Cross country skiing • Fat biking • Paragliding • Dog sledding • Heli-skiing* • Scenic heli tours*

• Hydrospeed* • Paragliding*

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

• Mont Blanc heli tour* • Inflatable kayaking* • Horseback riding* • Glacier skiing*

The Alpage Chalet Pelerin has a special outpost called the Alpage. Originally a historic farmhouse, the Alpage is now renovated and makes for a memorable place to enjoy an evening bonfire and traditional French dinner any time of year.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

ABOUT THE CHALET Nestled between classic Savoyard farming buildings, Chalet Pelerin sits at the top of a historic farming village high up in the Tarentaise Valley on the French and Italian border. Chalet Pelerin offers easy accessibility to incredible ski terrain – Sainte Foy, Val d’Isère, Tignes, Les Arcs and La Rosière, are all located within a 30 minute drive.

PROPERTY DETAILS • • • •

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4 king bedrooms 1 bunkroom with 4 twin beds Children’s playroom with a built-in twin bunk bed Indoor pool

• • • • •

Outdoor hot tub Finnish sauna and steam room Alpage: Eleven’s private off-piste outpost 5,500 square foot chalet Max capacity: 14 people


RATES

SUMMER

WINTER

BUYOUT Starting at ¤2,415 per night for private chalet buyout based on 10 guests

BUYOUT Starting at ¤5,865 per night for private chalet buyout based on 10 guests

BY ROOM limited availability during certain holiday periods Starting at ¤390 per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

BY ROOM limited availability during certain holiday periods Starting at ¤980 per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

INCLUSIONS: Pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, use of the Alpage*, breakfast and après, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. * Not included for by room offering.

INCLUSIONS: Guide service offering customized adventure itineraries, all gear necessary for activities, pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, use of the Alpage*, chef prepared breakfast, après, and dinner, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, all lift tickets. * Not included for by room offering.


SKI SAFARI IN THE ALPS

Think of the Alps, and think of skiing. The French and Italian Alps have a reputation for easy-access powder skiing and plenty of off-piste runs. Whether by helicopter, ski lift or randonnée, you’ll be smiling, smiling, smiling. Locals have been skiing these “hills” for centuries, and the tradition is part of the fun.

THE LOCATION • • • • • •

Location – Le Miroir, France Mountain range – The French Alps Region – The Tarentaise Valley Average annual snowfall – 3.75 meters / 148 inches Elevation – 1,250 meters / 4,101 ft (Chalet Pelerin) Highest point of terrain – 3,653 meters / 11,984 ft

(Tignes, Grand Motte Glacier) • Highest peak – 3,779 meters / 12,398 ft (Mont Pourri) • Skiable terrain – 1,500 km on-piste / unlimited off-piste • Average number of runs per day – 20 piste / 2 heli drops • Vertical drop – up to 2,000 meters / 6,560 ft

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THE EXPERIENCE WHAT TO EXPECT

HELI-SKIING Nothing quite beats clicking in after a heli lift. The Valgrisenche valley has incredible glaciated runs. You’ll be right on the Italian border. The relief is so massive your legs may scream for reprieve after your first 5,000ft descent. But once you spy your next line from the chopper, adrenaline kicks in and we bet the next run may beat the first. Ski. Repeat. • • • • • • • •

Average run vertical – 1,000 to 2,200 meters Average heli time per day – 20 minutes Snow conditions – powder High point – 3,486 meters Maximum of 2 heli drops per day Eleven provides highly-trained IFMGA certified heli-ski guides Complimentary use of high-end skis specially adapted for heli ski and off-piste snow conditions in the French Alps All avalanche safety equipment is included

OFF-PISTE SKIING Legendary off-piste runs promise endless steep and deep lines. With so much terrain, we often remind clients to leave some gas in the tank—this terrain has “best-day-ever” potential written all over it.

ON-PISTE SKIING Simply spoken, piste means ski trail. There are endless trails and ski lifts, routes, restaurants and multiple ski resort connections in the valley. The Chalet is surrounded by seven world-class ski resorts, all 30 minutes or less away. We choose the day’s best conditions prior to even stepping out the front door.


RECOMMENDED WINTER ITINERARY CHALET PELERIN

DAY 1

DAY 4

WELCOME + SKI FITTING

ALTERNATIVE ADVENTURES

• • • •

• Early morning yoga session* • Chef prepared breakfast • Try a different winter adventure – cross country ski, ice skate, dogsled or paraglide at Les Arcs* • Lunch out at Tignes* • Ski on or off piste in the afternoon • Dinner at Chez Mérie, a highly acclaimed local restaurant*

Afternoon arrival and property tour Ski fitting and guide briefing In-house chef prepared dinner After dinner drinks in the outdoor hot tub

DAY 2 SKI TO ITALY • Early morning yoga session* • Chef prepared breakfast • Ski or snowshoe the sunny slopes of La Rosière • Ski to Italy. Enjoy a gourmet Italian lunch* • Explore the slopes in the afternoon • Return to the Chalet via off-piste skiing • Enjoy evening massages* • Snowshoe to the Chalet’s Alpage – a restored authentic French farmhouse - for drinks and dinner

DAY 3 OFF PISTE ADVENTURES + HELI SKIING • • • • • • •

Chef prepared breakfast Begin at Tignes and ski off piste to Val d’Isère Optional heli skiing available* Enjoy a slopeside lunch* Ski on piste at Val d’Isère Enjoy the après scene at Val d’Isère* Have dinner at one of Val d’Isère’s renowned restaurants*

DAY 5 SKI SAINTE FOY + ALPAGE • • • •

Chef prepared breakfast Ski at Sainte Foy – a favorite local ski area Enjoy lunch on the slopes* Ski off piste to Chalet Pelerin’s private outpost, the Alpage • Unwind with cocktails and canapés by the bonfire • Return to Chalet Pelerin for a steam • Enjoy an in-house chef prepared dinner

DAY 6 DEPARTURE • Rise early for a morning swim and steam • Chef prepared breakfast • Depart

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

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RECOMMENDED SUMMER ITINERARY CHALET PELERIN

DAY 1

DAY 4

ARRIVAL + WELCOME

VIA FERRATA/VIA CORDATA + SPA

• Afternoon arrival and property tour • Cocktails and chef-prepared dinner at the Chalet

• Chef prepared breakfast • Go on a guided via ferrata/via cordata route (climbing with fixed ladders and wires)* • Return to the Chalet for a late lunch • Indulge with massages and spa services in the afternoon* • Drinks and dinner at the Chalet

DAY 2 CYCLE + RELAX AT THE CHALET • Chef prepared breakfast • Warm up your legs and cycle through the Tarentaise Valley exploring the towns of St. Foy and Val d’Isère* • Enjoy lunch at a favorite French café* • Relax at the Chalet in the afternoon utilizing the outdoor hot tub and fire pit • Walk or bike to the Chalet’s Alpage – a restored authentic French farmhouse – for late afternoon swim in the river, drinks and dinner*

DAY 3

DAY 5 GLACIER HIKING + HORSEBACK RIDING • Chef prepared breakfast • Opt of a real adventure by going glacier hiking* • Enjoy lunch at a mountain chalet • Horseback ride across the mountain valleys* • Return to the Chalet for cocktails on the patio • Final dinner at the Alpage*

SCENIC ALPINE HIKE • Chef prepared breakfast • Hike Grand Montt for panoramic views of the surrounding Alps* • Enjoy a picnic lunch along the way* • Return to the Chalet for afternoon soak and steam • Dinner at Chez Mérie, a highly acclaimed local restaurant*

DAY 6 DEPARTURE • Chef prepared breakfast • Depart

*Subject to availability and special pricing.


GETTING HERE BY PLANE Commercial flights: • Chambery airport (CMF)

1.5 hours away from the Chalet • Geneva airport (GVA)

2.5 hours away from the Chalet • Lyon airport (LYS)

2.5 hours away from the Chalet We are happy to arrange ground transfers to the Chalet at an additional cost. Charter & Private flights: • Chambery airport

Private flights can land in Chambery.

BY TRAIN • Bourg St. Maurice

This is closest train station to Chalet Pelerin – located just 20 minutes away. • Lyon

Guests can also take the train to Lyon. Lyon is 2.5 hours away.

BY HELI Please inquire for exact prices. One way heli transfer from Geneva is about ¤2,800 and can accommodate up to 5 guests.

GENEVA LYON CHAMBERY

LE MIROIR BOURG ST. MAURICE

FRANCE

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BAHAMA HOUSE BAHAMAS

ABOUT HARBOUR ISLAND Known as one of the “Family Islands,” Harbour Island beats to its own drum. Long recognized as a secret hideout for cultured US and British travelers, Harbour Island has retained the colonial charm while embracing its Bahamian roots. Bahama House was designed to honor the heritage of the existing two hundred year old buildings on the property, harmonized with the demands of the modern traveler.

ADVENTURES NOVEMBER - AUGUST • Pink Sand Beach experience

• Deep sea fishing*

• Scorpion RIB boat tours*

• Surfing*

• Boat snorkeling

• Kite surfing*

• Cliff jumping

• Wave runners*

• Swimming pigs

• North Eleuthera island adventure tour*

• Sunset cruise

• Scuba diving*

• Devil’s Backbone and Man Island tours

• Horseback riding*

• Man Island beach picnic* • Bonefishing*

*Scorpion RIB boat tours and horseback riding are included in full property buyout stays. Other activities are subject to availability and special pricing.

Day Cruise Bahama House includes a 35 foot Scorpion RIB boat and captain for buyout guests or as an additional purchase for by the room guests. The Scorpion makes for the perfect day cruiser to explore the local waters and nearby islands.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

ABOUT THE PROPERTY Harbour Island, known for its famous pink sand beach and cool laid-back vibe, is home to Bahama House. An icon on the island, the property dates back to the 1800’s and has been stylishly restored to its original Bahamian heritage. One of the island’s most prized boutique hotels, Bahama House offers guests unrivaled hospitality, chic accommodations and a vast array of island adventures for the entire family. The property is made up of two main buildings and two stand-alone cottages.

PROPERTY DETAILS • 11 en suite bedrooms including: • The 1800 building with 2 king bedded suites with living

areas and day beds, and 1 queen bedded suite • The Annex building with 2 king bedded suites and 2

queen bedded suites • Two chic cottages each with 2 queen suites and a shared

lounge space

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Outdoor freshwater pool with adjoining jet tub Indoor/outdoor lounge Handcrafted on-site rum bar Outdoor tiki bar Max capacity: 22 people


RATES

BAHAMA HOUSE BUYOUT Starting at $11,800* per night for private property buyout based on 22 guests BY ROOM Starting at $600* per room, per night (based on double occupancy)

Bahama House is closed July 31 - November 16 for storm season. *Average tax of 12% not included in pricing.

INCLUSIONS: Pre-arrival planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, chef prepared breakfast and après, minibar, house alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, round trip boat and taxi transfer to Harbour Island from North Eleuthera Airport, exclusive use of Scorpion RIB boat with captain*, Man Island excursions*, activity transportation*, one day of professional photography*. * Not included for by room offering.


RECOMMENDED ITINERARY BAHAMA HOUSE

DAY 1

DAY 4

ARRIVAL + WELCOME

DEEP SEA FISHING

• • • •

• • • • •

Afternoon arrival and property tour Swim and relax at Bahama House Dinner out at a local restaurant* Evening walking tour of Harbour Island

DAY 2 BOATING • Begin your day with yoga on the beach* • Chef prepared breakfast • Morning boating and snorkeling in Bottom Harbor • Picnic lunch on an island beach • Return to Bahama House for afternoon cocktails and pool time • Chef prepared dinner at Bahama House*

DAY 3 BEACH + HORSEBACK RIDING • Chef prepared breakfast • Head to the beach for sun, snorkeling and paddle boarding • Picnic lunch • Afternoon horseback riding along the beach* • Return to Bahama House for evening après • Dinner out on the town*

Wake early to watch the sunrise Chef prepared breakfast Deep sea fishing for tuna, wahoo and mahi* Picnic style lunch Return to Bahama House and relax by the pool • Après and cocktails at Bahama House • “Cook your catch” dinner at Bahama House*

DAY 5 BOATING + WATER SPORTS • Begin your day with yoga on the beach* • Chef prepared breakfast • Boating day to Man Island, secluded beaches and Devil’s Backbone • Lunch on a secluded beach • Return to Harbour Island for jet skiing, wake boarding and tubing* • Cocktails and après at Bahama House • Dinner out on the town*

DAY 6 DEPARTURE • Begin your day with a walk along the beach • Chef prepared breakfast • Depart

*Subject to availability and special pricing.

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GETTING HERE BY PLANE • The closest airport is North Eleuthera (ELH) - commercial and charter flights land here. ELH is best accessed via Miami or Fort Lauderdale.

BY FERRY FROM NASSAU • Bahamas Fast Ferry

Departs Paradise Island near Atlantis at 8am daily, arriving Harbour Island around 11am

WATER TAXI • Upon arrival to North Eleuthera airport, an Eleven staff member will meet the guests to escort them on a 5 minute land taxi and 10 minute water taxi to Harbour Island.

SPANISH WELLS

BAHAMA HOUSE

NORTH ELEUTHERA


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MOTHERSHIP ANDROS

ABOUT ANDROS At the southernmost tip of Andros, Jackfish Channel is a bonefish haven unto itself. Surrounded by protected flats and creeks, it is one of two comfortable anchorages chosen for the Eleven 74’ Hatteras to create a unique fishing opportunity from December through April. Seasoned Bahamian guides captaining custom-built ultra-skinny water Beavertail skiffs will lead you on daily explorations across this magical seascape. Fish from the skiffs or take off wading. Novice anglers will be spoiled with numerous shots at feeding bones, while accomplished fly fishers can hunt and stalk, enjoy the adrenalin rush of the pursuit, spot that nervous water, catch the flash of a huge silver tail. And world-class reef and offshore fishing, featuring marlin, wahoo, tuna, and dorado, is just minutes away around the Grassy Creek Cays and in the Tongue of the Ocean. Fishing your way to the Water Cays, and on up to Red Shank Point, it’s sometimes impossible to make any headway. The action can be too good to leave any given spot. Which brings us to your second idyllic anchorage set in the tranquility of the South Bight near the entrance to Miller Bay. The boat ride in the Bight feels like an adventure into primordial times. The water blends intense shades of blue and green over lush bottom structure. Green, yellow, and gold shorelines narrow as you head past numerous blue holes that can boil with jacks and cubera snappers. And this is the land of tarpon, throughout the Bight and along the West Side coastlines to the north and south, strong resident beauties that range from forty to one hundred pounds. Additional gamefish include permit, mutton snapper, barracuda and sharks. And there’s no such thing as an 8-to-4 routine here. You can fish until you drop, all the while knowing the Mothership awaits your return, ready to refresh and recharge you.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

The Mothership takes the live-aboard lifestyle to a new level, and while being out on the flats always takes top billing, why not hang-out, relax, eat, drink, sleep in unmatched Eleven comfort and style. And the key here is the outstanding crew—professional captain, gourmet chef, guest experience specialist, plus superior guides. The dedicated crew is there to pamper you. Your private chef prepares creative and fresh Island cuisine each day on board, and packs your Yeti coolers with savory lunches, snacks, and ice cold drinks to keep your energy up when out on the skiffs. At the end of the day, compare notes on the open upper deck while sipping your favorite beverage and watching the sunset. And for supper? Enjoy artistic presentations of just-caught seafood and locally-grown produce in the spacious air-conditioned lounge cabin. Sleep peacefully in the well-appointed en suite staterooms.

MOTHERSHIP DETAILS • 74 foot Hatteras • Capacity: 6 guests • 3 guest staterooms including: • Master Stateroom with a king or two twin beds • VIP Stateroom with a king or two twin beds • Bow Stateroom with two twin beds

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• Large air-conditioned living room with satellite TV • Spacious air conditioned upper deck with bar and dining area • Fully equipped Beavertail skiffs • Rigged-up 35’ Cabo sportfisher • 26’ Regulator guest transport


RATES

ANDROS MOTHERSHIP 4 NIGHTS & 4 DAYS Starting at $5,600 per guest based on double occupancy 5 NIGHTS & 5 DAYS Starting at $7,000 per guest based on double occupancy NOTES: • Season: October 15 - June 30 • Maximum of 6 guests/anglers • Guided fishing with two anglers per guide • Shared staterooms with private baths are based on double occupancy • Custom options and longer stays may be available upon request

INCLUSIONS: Pre-trip planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, round trip ground and water transfers to the Mothership from Congo Town Airport, all guided fishing, fishing equipment and flies, chef-prepared breakfast, lunch, après, and dinner, beer, wine, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages. EXCLUSIONS: All round trip airfare from your hometown to Congo Town Airport, optional offshore and reef fishing in 35’ Cabo sportfisher, gratuities to crew and guides.

VAT is not included in pricing.


ANDROS MOTHERSHIP SAMPLE ITINERARY

DAY 1

DAY 5

WELCOME

DEPARTURE

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Arrival to Congo Town Airport Welcome by Eleven staff Ground and water transfer to Mothership Get settled and hit the nearby flats Kick back and discuss the days ahead with your guides during a gourmet dinner

DAYS 2 - 4 FULL DAYS OF GUIDED FISHING • •

Chef prepared breakfast with flexible start time for fishing Head out on the skiffs to chase bonefish and tarpon with the tides • Fish the Water Cays for bones, an area that

offers some of the best wade fishing on the planet • Head even further south to the Curley Cut Cays or north to Cormorant Point in search of Tarpon • If you’re in the South Bight, the shorelines and creeks await, along with the vast Grand Bahama Bank - home to resident tarpon, big bones, plus permit, snapper, barracuda and sharks • • •

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Choose to head back to the ship for a chef’s special lunch in the middle of the day, or eat in the field aboard the skiff At the end of the day, return to the oasis of the Mothership and enjoy après Tell stories of your amazing day while indulging in a chef prepared dinner

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Chef prepared breakfast Water and land transfers back to Congo Town Airport for your departure, or on to your next Eleven adventure

* Depending on your airport departure time, and customized itinerary you choose, there can be a morning of flats fishing on your departure day.


GETTING HERE BY PLANE Most arrivals are by charter or commercial flights into Congo Town Airport from the following airports: • Ft. Lauderdale (FLL)

1 hour charter flight • Nassau (NAS)

15 minute commercial or charter flight

LAND AND WATER TRANSPORTATION Once you arrive at the Congo Town Airport, you will be met by an Eleven staff member for land and water transportation to the Mothership. For Jackfish Channel Anchorage:

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A 35 minute drive along the Queen’s Highway will take you to Mars Bay From there, a 20 minute water transfer will take you to the Mothership

For South Bight Anchorage:

• A 5 minute drive to Driggs Hill dock • From there, a 30 minute water transfer will take you to the Mothership

WEST SIDE NATIONAL PARK

DRIGGS HILL CONGO TOWN AIRPORT

SOUTH BIGHT ANCHORAGE

MARS BAY CORMORANT POINT JACKFISH CHANNEL WATER CAYS CURLY CUT CAYS SOUTH ANDROS


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MOTHERSHIP MARQUESAS

TRIP DETAILS The Marquesas are legendary. Once a hushed hideaway of in-the-know Florida fisherman, its secret may be out, but the magnetic pull for angler’s remains, the chance at the coveted grand slam: tarpon, permit, and bonefish in a single day. Atoll style fishing focuses on the lagoon and the many cuts and channels that feed it, and on the tidal flats that vary from soft to hard sand and billowing grass. For many fly fishers, aspiring and hard core, the irresistible main target is the Silver King. From May on through the summer months tarpon move in and out of the lagoon with the tides, and they seem to favor the tranquil lagoon, where they are often found laid up in schools, while singles and doubles meander slowly in the cuts. In the darker waters of the inner lagoon, these prehistoric monsters weighing 150 pounds or more look surreal, like massive shadows playing tricks on your mind. And then you see the ripple of a dorsal fin, the flick of a tail breaking the placid surface, and the adrenalin kicks in. But now is the time for calm and patience, for making an accurate cast. Let the fly sink, a slow strip and twitch. And with some luck, one of those gapping mouths open and inhales your fly. You hit him hard, feel the set, and the game is on. The water erupts, your fly line rips off the deck as your prize jumps and runs to the sing of your reel. And now you can let out a yell of excitement as you prepare for the battle. Now the subject of permit. For some fly anglers, it is the ultimate accomplishment, to entice the nervous and ever-finicky permit to eat a fly. It becomes a life-long passion, the pursuit of the first one, then one more, and one more. Permit hang in the channels and around the outer ring and move into the lagoon on the incoming tide to feed on the flats. They travel in schools, in pairs, and singles often follow a huge stingray to eat what the ray stirs up. You see a permit on a ray, you need ice water in your veins, and a good cast and you might be hooked up. Bonefish like the same tides and similar flats to the permit, and if you’re looking for a grand slam, they should be the easiest, but it doesn’t always work out that way. Skill and luck have to combine in that perfect day no angler ever forgets. Fishing the channels and their undercut banks for snook, mangrove snapper and smaller tarpon is also a blast. Or you can step out to the outer ring, or fish over the many wrecks for giant tarpon, massive cudas, world record size permit and Goliath sharks. The fishing in the Marquesas is only limited by your imagination. And there’s no such thing as an 8-to-4 routine here. You can fish until you drop, all the while knowing the Mothership awaits your return, ready to refresh and recharge you.


MOTHERSHIP MARQUESAS LEGANDARY SALTWATER WILDERNESS An angler’s fantasy realized. The Marquesas is a pristine saltwater wilderness teaming with bird and sea life— about 30 miles from Key West across the Boca Grande Channel—a magical world of tropical breezes and crystalline blue green water that composes an island paradise. This ring of islands surrounds a shallow lagoon that spans an area of about 15 square miles, and is the only true atoll in the Western hemisphere. A variety of grass and sand flats, channels, and cuts create the ideal habitat for the Big Three: tarpon, permit, and bonefish, plus a landscape filled with barracuda, sharks, mutton snapper, jacks, snook, and more. And the atoll lay-out means that you can find quality places to fish in almost any weather condition.


And nearby; wreck, reef and offshore fishing in the Gulfstream beacons. Cobia, monster sharks and barracuda, grouper, jacks, permit, and mackerel will test your fly rods or light tackle. Offshore, in season, marlin, wahoo, tuna, and dorado. The adventure begins at the Key West City Marina. The Eleven Mothership team will meet you with the 26’ Regulator tender for the run out the ship which is about 30 minutes away.


ABOUT THE PROPERTY

The 74’ Hatteras Mothership takes the live-aboard lifestyle to a new level, and while being out on the flats always takes top billing, why not hang-out, relax, eat, drink, sleep in unmatched Eleven comfort and style. And the key here is the outstanding crew—professional captain, gourmet chef, guest experience specialist, plus superior guides. The dedicated crew is there to pamper you. Your private chef prepares creative and fresh Island cuisine each day on board, and packs your Yeti coolers with savory lunches, snacks, and ice cold drinks to keep your energy up when out on the skiffs. At the end of the day, compare notes on the open upper deck while sipping your favorite beverage and watching the sunset. And for supper? Enjoy artistic presentations of just-caught seafood and fresh produce topped off by a sumptuous dessert. Sleep peacefully in the well-appointed en suite staterooms.

MOTHERSHIP DETAILS • 74 foot Hatteras • Capacity: 6 guests • 3 guest staterooms including: • Master Stateroom with a king or two twin beds • VIP Stateroom with a king or two twin beds • Bow Stateroom with two twin beds

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• Large air-conditioned living room with satellite TV • Spacious air conditioned upper deck with bar and dining area • Fully equipped Beavertail skiffs • Rigged-up 35’ Cabo sportfisher • 26’ Regulator guest transport


RATES

MARQUESAS MOTHERSHIP 4 NIGHTS & 4 DAYS Starting at $5,600 per guest based on double occupancy 5 NIGHTS & 5 DAYS Starting at $7,000 per guest based on double occupancy NOTES: • Season: June - July • Maximum of 6 guests/anglers • Guided fishing with two anglers per guide • Shared staterooms with private baths are based on double occupancy • Custom options and longer stays may be available upon request

INCLUSIONS: Pre-trip planning with an Eleven Experience Manager, round trip ground and water transfers to the Mothership from Key West International Airport, all guided fishing, fishing equipment and flies, chefprepared breakfast, lunch, après, dinner and nonalcoholic beverages. EXCLUSIONS: All round trip airfare from your hometown to Key West International Airport, gratuities to crew and guides.


MARQUESAS MOTHERSHIP SAMPLE ITINERARY

DAY 1

DAY 5

WELCOME

DEPARTURE

• Morning arrival at Key West International Airport • Welcome by Eleven Staff. Ground and water transfer to Mothership • Get settled and hit the flats. Lunches will be packed, or you can return to the boat for lunch • Evening cocktails and a gourmet dinner

DAYS 2 - 4 FULL DAYS OF GUIDED FISHING • Chef prepared breakfast each morning, with flexible fishing start time • Head out on the skiffs to chase tarpon, permit and bonefish with the tides. Your guide will have your skiff coolers stocked with home-made lunches, water and drinks. • Fish the cuts and the lagoon for tarpon

• Set-up in the best spots for permit and bonefish • Or head out to fish the reefs and wrecks for a cornucopia of gamefish

• Choose a chef’s special lunch on the ship, or eat in the field aboard the skiff • At the end of the day, return to the oasis of the Mothership and enjoy après • Enjoy the comradery of fellow anglers while indulging in a chef prepared dinner

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• Chef prepared breakfast • Water and land transfers back to Key West International Airport for your departure, or on to your next Eleven adventure

*Note: Depending on your airport departure time, and customized itinerary you choose, there can be a morning of flats fishing on your departure day.


GETTING HERE BY PLANE Most arrivals are by private or commercial flights into Key West International Airport. Key West is serviced by most major airlines. Your Experience Manager can assist with your air travel planning.

LAND AND WATER TRANSPORTATION One you arrive at the Key West International Airport, you will be met by an Eleven representative for land and water transportation. PLEASE NOTE: If you arrive in Key West the night before your trip, an Eleven representative will meet you at your hotel for the transfer. Marquesas Anchorage:

• A 10 minute drive from Key West International Airport to the Key West City Marina • From there, a 30 to 40 minute water transfer will take you to the Mothership

MOTHERSHIP

MARQUESAS KEYS

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