Offshore Adventure Sailing What we do best
LEG 1 - Newport Beach to Easter Island 24 days 3800 mi. Oct 30 - Nov 23, 2010 Fantastic open ocean sailing, an equator crossing and landfall in the world's most remote inhabited island. $3950 LEG 2 - Easter Island - Puerto Montt, Chile 19 days 2500 mi. Nov 24 - Dec 13, 2010 Primal Moai statues make a dramatic backdrop as Eagle sails into the southeast trades toward Chile. There will be plenty of time to practice celestial and other traditional sailing skills. $3050 LEG 3 - Puerto Montt, Ushuaia, Argentina 23 days 1400 mi. Dec 19 - Jan 11, 2011 This area is less traveled than Antarctica with some of the world's most spectacular scenery. Conditions are varied with literally sun and snow on the same day. Days will be spent exploring the inlets where glaciers, waterfalls and snowcapped peaks are found. $3850
LEG 4 - Ushuaia - Cape Horn Ushuaia, Argentina 10 days 300 mi. Jan 18 - Jan 28, 2011 Covering three hundred miles in ten days sounds easy unless the itinerary is a rounding of notorious Cape Horn. While on many sailors list, this is not a trip to be taken lightly. $3000 LEG 5 - Ushuaia - South Georgia Island Buenos Aires, Argentina 31 days 2700 mi. Feb 4 - March 7, 2011 Extreme sailing and an exploration of a magnificent sub-Antarctic island, followed by a grueling stretch of Southern Ocean sailing to Buenos Aires. $6900
LEG 6 - Buenos Aires - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 14 days 1200 mi. Mar 14 - Mar 28, 2011 Stopping in Punta del Este and Rio de Janeiro, Alaska Eagle will be returning to two of the ports that were part of her Whitbread Racing career $1950 career. LEG 7 - Rio de Janeiro English Harbor, Antigua 28 days 3500 mi. Apr 1 - Apr 29, 2011 Southeast trades, an equator crossing, then on to the Northeast trades! Arriving in Antigua will be the culmination of nearly a month at sea and Alaska Eagle’s South American adventure. $2895
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This year’s voyages are for those looking for extreme adventure. These voyages are the heart and soul of what Alaska Eagle was built to do: Sail extended offshore voyages to exotic destinations. This year’s applicants must have a strong sailing background, be in excellent physical condition and have a highly honed sense of adventure.
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The May 2010 issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.