Category Archives : South Georgia

Almost at South Georgia

The conditions are like being in the Med with an arctic breeze to keep us in check, the excitement is building fast as it looks like we will reach King Hakkonn bay in the middle of the night and will be in a position to make landfall tomorrow morning and make out first visit to […]


Calmer oceans now

Boat life : 21st Nov 2015

We’re just over half way at this point, slower going since the wind has died to under 20km, so we are running on the engine. We have been on iceberg watch for the last 36 hours which has heightened our senses for sure. Had a few Orca Whales visit yesterday and do a few small […]

And they are off : 19th Nov

Word just in from the team.  They set sail yesterday and have over 300km covered already.   The brief text message said that “all good , most suffering some sickness” . Hopefully they will get time to do a full blog post update tomorrow for us!  Meanwhile you can check our their position today on […]

Mission 7 : South Georgia

Irish Adventurer wanted to walk in the footsteps of Shackleton Chance to join Irish Ice Project Team who are off to South Georgia At this time of year many Irish people are sitting around the fire planning a winter sun getaway to cheer themselves up – not Kerryman Mike O Shea and the team from […]