Expeditions



Svalbard Expedition 2018 - Sailing back to the North.
Dates: from 2018.04.21 to 2018.10.09

In April 2018, after leaving Portugal-Albufeira, we wiil heading toward the Svalbard Archipelago again. We were there in 2012 year, on the "Spitsbergen Cruise 2012" expedition when we have cruise to the ice border reaching 81 30 'North Latitude! The harsh North climate and unforgettable scenery caused many of us to decide to be back there. We also invite to join us the beginers of polar sailing adventure. Under the supervision of experienced sailors and skippers of the Concept Sailing Association you will expirience the taste of sailing among the icebergs, seeing wild nature and enjoye sailing on legendary British Challenede 67. We invite on board all those looking for new challenges in 2018 year!

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Biscay Bay 2017
Dates: from 2017.07.01 to 2017.10.21

The sailing season 2017 we are planning as a relaxing holidays after an exceptionally long 2016/2017 season. After crossing the Drake Strait three times and Cape Horn and three-month Antarctic exploration, we are in the south of Europe exploring the Atlantic coast through Portugal, Spain and France.

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Summer 2017-Discoverers' come back
Dates: from 2017.03.04 to 2017.07.01

In Winter 2017 years we will face the Arctic Ocean and the Strait of Drake sailing. According to Wikipedia: "The Drake Passage is the body of water between South America's Cape Horn and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica. It connects the southwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean with the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean and extends into the Southern Ocean. The passage receives its English-language name from the 16th-century English privateer Sir Francis Drake. Drake's only remaining ship, after having passed through the Strait of Magellan, was blown far south in September 1578. This incident implied an open connection between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Our port of departure will be Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world located.

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Winter 2017 - Antarctic Expedition
Dates: from 2016.12.21 to 2017.05.31

In Winter 2017 years we will face the Arctic Ocean and the Strait of Drake sailing. According to Wikipedia: "The Drake Passage is the body of water between South America's Cape Horn and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica. It connects the southwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean with the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean and extends into the Southern Ocean. The passage receives its English-language name from the 16th-century English privateer Sir Francis Drake. Drake's only remaining ship, after having passed through the Strait of Magellan, was blown far south in September 1578. This incident implied an open connection between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Our port of departure will be Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world located.

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Nashachata II- Drake Passage 2016/2017 -Atlantyk
Dates: from 2016.04.29 to 2016.09.06

Sailing was one of the main drivers of the development of European culture and civilization. As space exploration in the 20th century have contributed to advances in technology, so the Portuguese expedition initiated the development of navigation, advances in technology in shipbuilding, and by the way the discovery of new lands, and the recognition of previously unknown species of flora and fauna. This in turn made it possible to draw a new map of our New World. We decided to take as patrons of the various legs of our next expedition in the 2016/2017 year, the most famous sailors of past eras. We will start In May from Albuferia in the Algarve with crew set off under the patronage of João Gonçalves Zarco heading for Madeira and the Azores. From the beginning of October 2016 years we sail from Cabo Verde on the Atlantic route of Amerigo Vespucci, would soon wrap to Receive in Brazil and then to Riode Janeiro. In 2017 year we will sail to Antarctica. So the British sailors, including the famous Captain Drake, and captains Fitzroy and Ernest Shackleton will patronize the Antarctic cruises. Sailing with the Association of Concept Sailing yacht s / y Nashachata II will allow you to get to know these new, for many of you unfamiliar lands and look at them for a while from the perspective of our great predecessors.

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Nashachata II- Drake Passage 2016/2017
Dates: from 2016.04.28 to 2017.06.17

S / y Nashachata II has been proved to be excellent ship in terms of navigation in the Northern waters, reaching the northern areas of Greenland sailing at the late autumn stormy waters of the North Atlantic. In 2015, we sailed over 17 000 nautical miles from the coast of Africa to the Arctic ice fields. Nearly 200 sailors have been experience the taste of ocean sailing. In Winter 2017 years we will face the Arctic Ocean and the Strait of Drake sailing. According to Wikipedia: "The Drake Passage is the body of water between South America's Cape Horn and the South Shetland Islands of Antarctica. It connects the southwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean with the southeastern part of the Pacific Ocean and extends into the Southern Ocean. The passage receives its English-language name from the 16th-century English privateer Sir Francis Drake. Drake's only remaining ship, after having passed through the Strait of Magellan, was blown far south in September 1578. This incident implied an open connection between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Our port of departure will be Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world located.

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Greenland 2015 - Sailing Expedition "Over Green Islands"
Dates: from 2015.04.30 to 2015.10.30

Cruise "Greenland 2015" is a continuation of our three-year expedition "Over Green Islands". This time it starts uncharacteristically, in Albuferia , located in the hot southern coast of Portugal, Algarve. First it will take the longest leg, nearly 2,500 Nm, through evergreen Madeira and the Azores and it will be finished in May in Narsarsuag. Then, in the subsequent legs we will keep going to the North. Depends of weather and ice condition we will turn back , hopefully visiting Thule (Qanaaq) and in the end of the polar summer we will begin our return route.

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Going inside Africa - Sailing on Atlantic Ocean and Gambia River
Dates: from 2015.01.10 to 2015.04.11

Sailing from Cape Verde through Gambia (up to the Georgetown, 120 Nautical Miles inside Gambia river) to Senegal ( Dakar). You can enjoy sailing on Ocean and on the Gambia River in one sailing trip!

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Atlantic 2014 - Sailing to Madeira, Azores, Canarian and Cape Verde Islands
Dates: from 2014.05.04 to 2015.01.10

Cruise through the Islands of the Atlantic is the second stage of the three years expedition Over Green Islands. The yacht has proven it its abilities to sail in the tough conditions of the North, reaching the Cape Alexander on Greenland and beating the late autumn stormy waters of the northern Atlantic. Now there is time for the really green islands: Madeira, the Azores and Cape Verde.

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Greenland 2013 - Sailing Expedition - Over Green Islands
Dates: from 2013.05.10 to 2013.10.30

We set sail from Górki Zachodnie located on the green and full of life Sobieszewo Island and - in the first leg of the expedition – sailing to Greenland, the largest island in the Arctic. During this trip, sailing trough Norwegians fiords, we will visit Iceland, raw evergreen North Atlantic Island to get to Greenland in June. Very rapidly the nature changes this area in flowering meadows and glaciers seem to be confused by this green attack so they are moving back inland. Our goal is Qaanaag (Thule), the northernmost settlement in Greenland. The Innu continue to live here like ages ago, when hunting and fishing was essential for survival in this harsh climate. On the way we will see great Disco Bay Icebergs anchored in front of Ilulissat (Jakobshavn). Green summer will come to an end quickly and in August we will begin the return trip visiting on our way the Faroe Islands, green island of Ireland, and by the end of October we will get to Portugal and dock in the most colourful marina in Europe, Albufeira. Sailing through the green islands of the Atlantic we cannot omit the Cape Verde Islands... but it will be in the next year. In 2014 we will sail a warm ocean form Portugal to West Africa (Dakar), visiting Gibraltar, Canaries Islands, Madera, Morocco, and… many more.

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Spitsbergen 2012 - From Wawel Hill to Mountain Wawel
Dates: from 2012.05.12 to 2012.10.14

The expedition, which is a continuation of the "From Kopiec Kościuszki to Kościuszko Mountain" journey, will set off from Wawel Castle in Kraków and will proceed to the Wawel Mountain - Spitzbergen (Waweltoppen - peak in Pilsudskifjella Mountains, 935 meters, 77°10'N - 015°40'E).

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From Lerwick to Gdańsk
Dates: from 2011.10.02 to 2011.10.15

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Pacific Route
Dates: from 2010.02.01

The second stage of the expedition, the Pacific Route, started in March 2010 from Tauronga, New Zealand. We sailed through Cook Islands, Polynesia (Society Islands and Marquesas Islands) to Puerto Montt in Chile and then to Ushuaia in Argentina.

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From Kopiec Kościuszki do Mount Kosciuszko
Dates: from 2008.06.02 to 2009.12.20

The first stage of the around the world expedition was named “From Kopiec Kościuszki to Mount Kosciuszko”. We started the expedition in Kraków rafting down the Wisła to Gdańsk and further on we sailed in Nashachata to Auckland, New Zealand.

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