2020 - Now Open!
In late 2019 we'll will wrap up the season in the Caribbean, where we'll kick off the New Year in Antigua, sailing south through the Grenadines to Grenada, and then nonstop back to Tortola. Come May, we'll sail back north, nonstop 1,500 miles to Annapolis where we'll stage for the Annapolis to Bermuda Ocean Race, a new offshore race for us! From beautiful St. George's we'll sail north to Nova Scotia, then it's across the Atlantic to Ireland, retracing Arcturus' route from our first-ever Trans-Atlantic in 2011!
2020 Interactive Map
Scroll by click-and-dragging the mouse along the map. Zoom using the map control buttons in the top right corner. Click on the route # for info on that passage. Click on the port names to bring up more info on each port.
2020 Passage Details
$4,250 // 10 Days // 6 Crew. Join Mia & Andy and visit some of their favorite Caribbean islands that they got to know so well during their Broadreach days. This trip will be a combination of offshore passagemaking & exploration ashore, including hiking ashore, lobster cookouts in the Grenadines, & swimming with sea turtles. If we have the opportunity, we'll hire a local guide ashore for some hiking and exploring.
$4,250 // 10 Days // 6 Crew. Re-trace the route we sailed in 2017 on Isbjorn, from the Caribbean to Bermuda, one of the nicest, warmest and most reliable-breeze open ocean passages we've had!
$4,250 // 10 Days // 6 Crew. The classic route home to the east coast from Bermuda. Enjoy lovely St Georges, check the weather, then we’ll head west and across the Gulf Stream before finishing the trip up the Chesapeake Bay and into Isbjorn’s home waters.
$4,500 // 11 Days // 8 Crew. Race down the Chesapeake and across the Gulf Stream to Bermuda onboard our S&S Swan 48 Isbjorn, one of the all-time classic ocean racing machines! We try to get in one big ocean race per year, and this will be our first point-to-point race after having completed the RORC 600 a few times. Racing offshore takes ocean sailing to another level, and the teamwork element of it makes it a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
$4,250 // 10 Days // 6 Crew. It's deep Atlantic all the way from Bermuda to Nova Scotia. Join IceBear in beautiful St. Georges, Bermuda, one of the famous landfalls in the Atlantic for boats coming and going to the Caribbean & Europe. We'll spend a day or two rigging IceBear for heavy weather, then set out due north for a 750-mile passage to Canada.
$3,400 // 8 Days // 6 Crew. Join IceBear in Lunenburg where we'll begin the journey of retracing our trans-Atlantic voyage on Arcturus from 2011. We'll sail first to St. Pierre, the last vestige of France's outpost in North America. After filling up on wine and cheese there, we'll continue north and east around Cape Race, ending the passage in St. John's, Newfoundland. Along the way we'll lookout for whales, seals & puffins galore!
$7,500 // 19 Days // 6 Crew. This will be the first time we take IceBear across the Atlantic (Mia's 7th, and Andy's 6th!). We'll be retracing the route from our first-ever voyage in Arcturus in 2011, from Canada to the south coast of Ireland, where Crookhaven, a small village near the famous Fastnet Lighthouse, will welcome us back to the realities of life ashore in a pleasant and calming way!
$4,250 // 10 Days // 6 Crew Spaces. IceBear's last passage of 2020. We'll depart Ireland and sail south through the Irish Sea and past the famous Fastnet Rock. If we have to, we'll duck into Glandore (Donald Street's home town), or Crookhaven to wait for a good weather window to cross Biscay and make landfall in Portugal where IceBear will stage for her return across the Atlantic. Departure port in Ireland is subject to change, but most likely will be Kinsale.
Bunk Availability 2020
Check the table below for real-time updated bunk availability. Each 'record' is clickable and includes the passage-specific route map and a link to register. Scroll down for the big-picture map & detailed descriptions of each passage.