Antarctica 2011 With Ice Axe Expeditions

skiing-lemaire-channelSkiing in Antarctica last fall with Ice Axe Expeditions and Doug Stoup was one the most memorable things I have ever done and I will cherish those days for the rest of my life. I know there are a lot of people out there that dream of doing the same and while the Ice Axe Australis trip (23 days, 8 clients, 2 guides) happening this fall might be a bit too pricey for many skiers out there to afford, the Ice Axe trip aboard the Clipper Adventurer (13 days, 100 clients) might just be within reach for some.

The pricing and itinerary have just been released for this trip and much like the 2009 trip…it will definitely sell out.   Spots on this trip will be sold on a first come, first serve basis, upon completion of the registration materials.

****November 8, 2011-November 20, 2011. ****

Pricing is for berths aboard the CLIPPER ADVENTURER*
skiing-livingston-island?Lower Deck Twin: $6,990 per guest
?Main Deck Twin (porthole): $7,690 per guest
?Main Deck Twin (window): $8,290 per guest
?Main Deck Single: $12,435 per guest
?Upper Deck Superior: $8,990 per guest
?Upper Deck Deluxe: $9,690 per guest
?Captain’s Deck Deluxe: $9,690 per guest
?Suite: $10,690 per guest
?Captain’s Suite:$12,690 per guest

*airfare not included
*all pricing per person
Photos of the accommodations and ship are available here.

Included:
?1 night pre-expedition shared hotel accommodation in Ushuaia, Argentina. This room includes a continental breakfast.
?Group dinner in Ushuaia.
?Group transfers from the hotel to the ship on embarkation and from the ship to the airport on disembarkation and all miscellaneous service taxes and port charges.
?Breakfast, lunch and dinner on board the Clipper Adventurer.
?Shore landings and Zodiac excursions as permitted by weather and local conditions by onboard historian, ornithologist and marine biologists.
?Ski guide services.
?Presentations by our Expedition Team and guest speakers.
?Expedition certificate.
?CD chronicle of the voyage in narrative, photography and video.
?Comprehensive pre-departure information package.
?Use of a pair of rubber expedition boots on loan for shore landings. These will be returned at the end of the voyage.

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Not Included:
?Airfares to or from your home city, whether on scheduled or charter flights.
?Passport and visa expenses.
?Any government arrival and departure airport taxes.
?Ski equipment.
?Any meals ashore with the exception of breakfast at the host hotel and the traditional Argentine asado dinner on the evening prior to departure.
?Baggage, cancellation and travel insurance (emergency medical and evacuation insurance is mandatory. Ice Axe can help you to arrange this insurance if you need -assistance). We STRONGLY encourage cancellation insurance.
?Excess baggage charges.
?Laundry, bar, beverage and other personal charges onboard the ship or at the hotel.
?Telecommunications and internet charges
?Customary gratuity at the end of the voyage for stewards, guides, and other service personnel.

Click here for more information.

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Comments

2 Responses to “Antarctica 2011 With Ice Axe Expeditions”


  1. 1 Nick Jul 19th, 2010 at 10:13 am

    The bigger question is when is there going to be a “Teton AT: Ski the Tetons and Winds” with RandoSteve trip???

  2. 2 randosteve Jul 19th, 2010 at 10:39 am

    hey nick…i’ve considered trying to get into ski guiding a little bit. still thinking about it too!

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