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After a decade of planning and preparations, and two very successful test voyages around the UK, the DARWIN200 team is proud to launch the 2023-25 Global Voyage, following the journey of Charles Darwin on HMS Beagle!

We will shortly be launching details of the process for young conservationists to apply to join the voyage as DARWIN LEADERS. Please register your interest via the bottom of this page.

For those wishing to join the DARWIN200 Global Voyage as sailors on board the tallship Oosterschelde, we will have a limited number of places available on each voyage leg, please see below.

SAIL WITH US

The DARWIN200 Global Voyage will make landfall at key locations where Charles Darwin stepped ashore during the voyage of HMS Beagle.

During each of these stops, our ship will host groups of DARWIN LEADERS to undertake research projects in exactly the same locations visited by Charles Darwin two centuries ago.

DARWIN200 is searching for enthusiastic individuals to join our professional crew to sail our spectacular tall ship Oosterschelde along 32 legs that make up the 2023-2025 Global Voyage to make the DARWIN200 Project possible.

For logistical reasons, we have simplified the route of HMS Beagle.

For example, HMS Beagle back-tracked north and south several times along the east coast of South America. We will sail this route only once.

We have also added a few locations that Charles Darwin did not visit. These enhance the global voyage and enable sailing during periods of optimal weather. These additional stops also allow essential repair and maintenance, refueling, reprovisioning and planned publicity events.

Crucially, unlike HMS Beagle (which sailed crossed the Indian Ocean), we are returning from Australia via Cape Horne to enable visits to South Georgia and Tristan da Cunha!

With the exception of Cocos (Keeling) and Mauritius, we will make landfall at every major location Charles Darwin visited during his voyage aboard HMS Beagle!

Join the DARWIN200 Global Voyage

Choose one or more of the voyage legs below and complete the Booking Form to begin your application to join the DARWIN200 2023-25 Global Voyage.

We recommend you download and read our “Global Voyage – Sail With Us” brochure and watch the following two videos.



Global Voyage Video

32 Voyage Legs Video

Our Ship – the Oosterschelde

The Global Voyage will be undertaken aboard the historic 50 metre long tall ship Oosterschelde.
Built in 1918, this uniquely restored, three-masted schooner is one of the most beautiful historic vessels afloat.

She can carry 24 voyage crew (members of the public joining as DARWIN SAILORS) plus professional crew. She has a bar, a piano and a wood-fired stove.

You will be accommodated in comfortable, single-sex cabins that consist of 2 or 4 bunks.
Oosterschelde has already successfully completed two past global voyages (in 1996-98 and 2012-14). During these voyages, the ship journeyed to Antarctica, the Falklands and South Georgia.

3D Tour of the DARWIN200 Ship



Leg 1

Plymouth (England) to Tenerife (Canary Islands)

 

Sail from Plymouth (England), where Charles Darwin stepped aboard HMS Beagle, to the Tenerife (Canary Islands). Explore the breath-taking beaches and spectacular volcanic landscapes of the Canary Archipelago, and discover the historic villages and unique wildlife of the islands, including unique ‘dragons blood’ trees! Participants of all voyage legs are invited to a party in Plymouth on the evening of 13/08/2023 to mark the start of the DARWIN200 Global Voyage!

Start point:

Plymouth

 

End point:

Tenerife (Canary Islands)

 

Departure date:

14/08/2023

 

Estimated arrival date:

26/08/2023

 

Price:

€3,250

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Leg 2

Tenerife (Canary Islands) to Cape Verde

 

Voyage from Tenerife (Canary Islands) to the Cape Verde Islands to discover the tropical landscapes, sapphire waters and diverse wildlife that enthralled Charles Darwin during his first forays ashore. Cape Verde is famed for its dramatic hill walking, the Viana sand desert and extensive coral reefs home to green sea turtles. The islands also boast unspoilt beaches! Get the best of both worlds – explore the Canary Islands before this voyage leg, and relax in Cape Verde afterward!

Start point:

Tenerife (Canary Islands)

 

End point:

Cape Verde

 

Departure date

03/09/2023:

 

Estimated arrival date:

11/09/2023

 

Price

€2,340

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Leg 3

Cape Verde to Fernando de Noronha (Brazil)

 

Sail from Cape Verge to the spectacular, volcanic islands of Fernando de Noronha, off the coast of Brazil. Home to historic ruins, beautiful beaches and unique wildlife. These islands abound with tropical seabirds and rich marine life, including spinner dolphins and pilot whales. Although little known by the outside world, the Fernando do Noronha islands are one of South America’s best kept secrets. Flights connect to several cities in mainland Brazil for easy onward travel.

Start point:

Cape Verde

 

Start point:

Fernando de Noronha (Brazil)

 

Departure date: 

20/09/2023

 

Estimated arrival date: 

01/10/2023

 

Price: 

€2,760

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Leg 4

Fernando de Noronha (Brazil) to Salvador de Bahía (Brazil)

 

Sail from Fernando de Norohna (Brazil) to the spectacular Brazilian coast to reach the city of Salvador, a UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with historic colonial heritage little changed since the time of Charles Darwin’s visit. The city is noted for its cuisine, vibrant music and energetic dance, as well as beautiful nearby beaches. At the start of this voyage leg, reach Fernando de Noronha via convenient flights from several cities in mainland Brazil.

Start point: 

Fernando de Noronha (Brazil)  

 

End point: 

Salvador de Bahía (Brazil)

 

Departure date: 

09/10/2023

 

Estimated arrival date: 

17/10/2023

 

Price: 

€2,250

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Leg 5

Salvador de Bahía (Brazil) to Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

Sail south along the breath-taking coast of Brazil, past Sugarloaf Mountain into one of the most beautiful harbours of the world. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage history of Rio and visit the sites of this world class city, from the mountains of Corcovado to Copacabana Beach. Explore the countless wonders of the tropical countryside nearby Rio, from beautiful waterfalls to diverse wildlife. While sailing during this voyage leg, the coast from Salvador to Rio boasts dramatic views!

Start point: 

Salvador de Bahía (Brazil)

 

End point: 

Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

 

Departure date:

27/10/2023

 

Estimated arrival date:

04/11/2023

 

Price:

€2,250

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Leg 6

Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) to Montevideo (Uruguay) 

 

Sail from Rio de Janeiro to Montevideo, the colourful and historic capital city of Uruguay, located on the northeastern bank of the Río de la Plata. Explore the city’s picturesque old town and vibrant traditional markets. Savour local dishes and discover nearby seaside resorts with sandy streets and pine forests. Montevideo is a perfect point for you to explore Uruguay after this voyage leg, and flights connect this charming city to destinations worldwide for easy onward travel.

Start point:

Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

 

End point:

Montevideo 

 

 

Departure date:

14/11/2023

 

Estimated arrival date:

25/11/2023

 

Price:

€2,880

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Leg 7

Montevideo (Uruguay) to Buenos Aires (Argentina)

 

Sail across the Río de la Plata to from Montevideo to Buenos Aires to discover Argentina’s most energetic city. From wine-tasting in the best Argentine bodegas to tangoing through the night. Visit a traditional estancia (horse ranch) in the pampa outside the city, and savour some of the beast beef steaks in the world. Arrive in style, then explore Argentina’s capital! This voyage leg is perfect for those wanting to visit one of South America’s most exciting countries.

Start point: 

Montevideo (Uruguay) 

 

End point: 

Buenos Aires (Argentina)

 

Departure date: 

03/12/2023

 

Estimated arrival date:

04/12/2023

 

Price:

€400

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Leg 8

Buenos Aires (Argentina) to Puerto Santa Cruz (Argentina) 

 

Voyage along the Argentine coast, past kilometres of pristine beaches and bays. Follow Charles Darwin’s footsteps and journey deep into Patagonia to explore the dramatic frontier landscape of the pampa. Spot wild rhea and guanacos (a species of Lama), as well as caracaras and steamer ducks. The Pataconian coast is seldom visited by most tourists, but home to breath-taking landscapes and wildlife. We will make landfall along the coast as weather and circumstances allow.

Start point: 

Buenos Aires (Argentina)

 

End point: 

Puerto Santa Cruz (Argentina)

 

Departure date: 

06/12/2023

 

Estimated arrival date: 

19/12/2023

 

Price: 

€2,520

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Leg 9

Puerto Santa Cruz (Argentina) to Stanley (Falkland Islands) 

Sail to the Falkland Islands, home to an astounding range of wildlife, including five species of penguins, the world’s largest albatross colonies, elephant seals and fur seals. Several days are planned to visit key islands as circumstances allow. The Falklands are one of the world’s best kept wildlife secrets! We will visit spectacular wildlife hotspots and historic sites, where weather and circumstances allow. Highlights include vast shag, penguin and albatross colonies, and seal beaches.

Start point: 

Puerto Santa Cruz (Argentina)

 

End point: 

Stanley (Falkland Islands)

 

Departure date: 

28/12/2023

 

Estimated arrival date: 

05/01/2024

 

Price: 

€2,250

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Leg 10

Stanley (Falkland Islands) to Punta Arenas (Chile) 

 

Explore the Strait of Magellan and spot penguins, seals and whales from the deck of our ship! In the heart of this frontier land at the end of the world, we reach Punta Arenas, a fascinating gold rush boomtown beset with elaborate wool-boom mansions, lying close to the terminus of the Andes. If weather and circumstances allow, we may be able to visit Steeple Jason Island en route from Stanley, home to the world’s largest albatross colony!

Start point: 

Stanley (Falkland Islands)

 

End point: 

Punta Arenas (Chile)

 

Departure date: 

13/01/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

21/01/2024

 

Price: 

€2,250

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Leg 11

Punta Arenas (Chile) to Concepción (Chile) 

 

Sail through the breath-taking Chilean fjords in Charles Darwin’s wake through some of South America’s most beautiful scenery. Spot glaciers, dramatic peaks and wildlife along the shoreline. We’ll land, where possible to explore the mysterious forests of stunted, mossy trees, before venturing north along the dramatic Chilean coast. We will make landfall as weather and circumstances allow. Keep watch for seals, penguins and whales! The Chilean fjords are a nature lover’s dream!

Start point: 

Punta Arenas (Chile)

 

End point: 

Concepción (Chile)

 

Departure date:  

09/02/2024

 

Estimated arrival date:  

21/02/2024

 

Price:  

€3,250

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Leg 12

Concepción (Chile) to Valparaiso (Chile)

 

Sail from Concepción to the history city of Valparaiso, home to UNESCO world heritage Spanish colonial architecture. The city is known as “Little San Francisco” and “The Jewel of the Pacific”. Explore the craggy back streets of the colourful old town and savour exotic local fruit and vegetables in traditional markets. This little visited part of South America is home to some of the continents most dramatic coastline and beautiful beaches rich with seals and seabirds.

Start point: 

Concepción (Chile)

 

End point: 

Valparaíso (Chile)

 

Departure date: 

29/02/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

03/03/2024

 

Price: 

€800

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Leg 13

Valparaíso (Chile) to Callao (Peru)

 

Sail north with views across the Atacama Desert, famed for some of the most unearthly scenery in South America. Land at remote fishing villages, spot sea birds and sea lions in a virtually untouched ecosystem and reach the historic seaport to Callao and adjacent Lima, both troves of history from Spanish colonial times. This voyage leg allows you to really get off the beaten track and see parts of Chile few visitors ever get to experience!

Start point:

Valparaíso (Chile)

 

End point: 

Callao (Peru)

 

Departure date: 

12/03/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

23/03/2024

 

Price: 

€2,000

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Leg 14

Callao (Peru) to Puerto Lucía (Ecuador) 

 

Start sailing along the coast of the Attacama and end at jungle-clad shores near Guyayauil. This adventurous journey passes quaint fishing villages, stunning beaches spanning kilometres and vast seabird colonies. Seldom explored, this remote coastline is one of South America’s best kept secrets. We will make landfall as weather and circumstances allow. From deck, be awed by the breath-taking coastal scenery and keep watch for migratory whales!

Start point:

Callao (Peru) 

 

End point: 

Puerto Lucía (Ecuador)

 

 

Departure date: 

31/03/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

07/04/2024

 

Price: 

€1,500

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Leg 15

Puerto Lucía (Ecuador) to Galápagos Islands (Ecuador)

 

Join the iconic voyage leg sailing to the Galapagos. Scan the horizon for the dramatic islands to appear in the sea mists, then explore the dramatic volcanic isles that captivated Charles Darwin. Several days are planned to include sailing trips around the islands and land visits to key wildlife sites as weather and circumstances allow. Ashore, you may spot giant tortoises, marine iguanas, frigatebirds, unique finches and the spectacular landscapes that make the Galapagos famous!

Start point: 

Puerto Lucía (Ecuador) 

 

End point: 

Galápagos Islands

 

Departure date: 

14/04/2024 

 

Estimated arrival date: 

25/04/2024 

 

Price: 

€3,950

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Leg 16

Galápagos Islands to Easter Island (Rapa Nui)

 

Sail between two of the world’s most fascinating island groups. Explore the incredible Galapagos Islands before boarding for this leg and discover the wildlife that captivated Charles Darwin. At Easter Island marvel at the approx. 1,000 monumental statues, called moai, created by the early Rapa Nui people. In the waters around Easter Island, spot humpback whales, dolphins and (if you are lucky) giant blue whales. Flights connect with mainland Chile for easy onward travel.

Start point: 

Galápagos Islands 

 

End point: 

Easter Island (Rapa Nui)

 

Departure date: 

19/05/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

04/06/2024

 

Price: 

€4,250

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Leg 17

Easter Island (Rapa Nui) to Pitcairn to Mangareva (French Polynesia)

 

Sail across the Pacific Ocean to land at fascinating Pitcairn Island, home to the descendants of the mutiny on the Bounty. The island is rich with history, including ancient Polynesian rock carvings and unique birdlife. Taste local breadfruit and unique honey! After Pitcairn, sail through the coral-rich waters of French Polynesia, arriving at Mangareva, in the Gambier Islands. Flights connect Mangareva to Tahiti and beyond, allowing for easy onward travel.

Start point: 

Easter Island (Rapa Nui)

 

End point: 

Mangareva (French Polynesia)

 

Departure date: 

13/06/2024 

 

Estimated arrival date: 

29/06/2024 

 

Price: 

€4,250

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Leg 18

Mangareva (French Polynesia) to Papeete (Tahiti)

 

During this voyage leg, we explore the islands of western French Polynesia, stopping in locations where few tourists are able to visit (as weather and circumstances allow). Visit remote villages, snorkel over pristine coral reefs and land on coconut palm fringed beaches. We aim to sail to remote atolls and coral islands. We arrive at Papeete, on the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia. Flights from Tahiti connect to Mangareva, allowing easy transit to the start point of this voyage leg.

Start point: 

Mangareva (French Polynesia 

 

End point: 

Papeete (Tahiti)

 

Departure date: 

08/07/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

22/07/2024

 

Price: 

€4,250

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Leg 19

Papeete (Tahiti) to Papeete (Tahiti)

 

This leg is all about atolls and islands! Explore one of the most beautiful part of our world – the scattered moss-green islands of Polynesia that rise out of sapphire blue waters. Discover local cultures, traditional dancing, outrigger canoes, fringing reefs and visit turquoise lagoons! We will land on as many islands as weather and circumstances allow. Explore beautiful Tahiti before and after this leg, perfect for a pre- or post-voyage holiday!

Start point: 

Papeete (Tahiti) 

 

End point: 

Papeete (Tahiti)

 

Departure date: 

23/07/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

02/08/2024

 

Price: 

€2,750

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Leg 20

Papeete (Tahiti) to Rarotonga (Cook Islands)

 

Sail to one of the Pacific’s best kept secrets: the Cook Islands. Witness a traditional fire dance ceremony, saviour delicious tropical fish cooked on a Polynesia hot stone oven and discover some of the most beautiful coral reefs and beaches in the Pacific. Snorkel the waters of the Cook Islands, famed for their pearls and beautiful tropical forests. This voyage leg is perfect for those that want to relax after an intrepid sailing adventure! Regular flights provide easy onward travel.

Start point: 

Papeete (Tahiti)  

 

End point: 

Rarotonga (Cook Islands)

 

Departure date: 

11/08/2024

 

Arrival date: 

23/08/2024

 

Price: 

€3,120

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Leg 21

Rarotonga (Cook Islands) to Tonga 

 

Sail to the islands of the Kingdom of Tonga, home to authentic, centuries-old culture, history and traditions. For 1,000 years, Tongan monarchs have ruled over isles rich with beaches, coral reefs and waters frequented by migrating humpback whales. Today, Tonga is known as the ‘True South Pacific’ for its unspoilt beauty. On arrival, explore the island’s unique cultures and explore beautiful tropical forests, rich with birdlife. Regular flights service Tonga’s airport for onward travel.

Start point: 

Rarotonga (Cook Islands)

 

End point: 

Tonga

 

Departure date:  

26/08/2024

 

Estimated arrival date:  

08/09/2024

 

Price:  

€3,500

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Leg 22

Tonga to Fiji 

 

Journey to the heart of the South Pacific to land on tropical islands and experience some of the most breath-taking underwater vistas in the world. Known as the ‘soft coral capital of the world’, the Fijian islands are home to ‘rainbow reefs’ as well as remote villages, palm fringed beaches of powdery sand and azure waters. This voyage leg is ideal for those that wish to experience two of the most varied islands in the Pacific! After arrival, relax at one of Fijis opulent resorts!

Start point: 

Tonga

 

End point: 

Fiji

 

Departure date: 

09/09/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

18/09/2024

 

Price: 

€2,500

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Leg 23

Fiji to Bay of Islands (New Zealand)

 

Sail to New Zealand’s Bay of Islands. On shore, explore rich Maori culture, historic colonial ruins and New Zealand’s unique wildlife. Explore the backdrop of ancient kauri forests and as we glide amongst emerald isles and crystal clear waters, looking for whales, dolphins, seals and seabirds! The Bay of Isles is regarded as one of New Zealands most beautiful locations. At the end of this voyage leg, you will be perfectly placed to explore New Zealand’s North Island!

Start point: 

Fiji

 

End point: 

Bay of Islands (New Zealand)

 

Departure date: 

21/09/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

01/10/2024

 

Price: 

€2,750

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Leg 24

Auckland (New Zealand) to Sydney (Australia) 

 

After scheduled maintenance in Auckland, Oosterschelde will sail across the Tasman Sea and into spectacular Sydney Harbour for a unique view of the world famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Walk in Charles Darwin’s footsteps exploring the Blue Mountains and the historic Rocks waterfront. During the crossing of the Tasman Sea, look for migrating whales and scan the horizon for ‘the Heads’ as you approach the dramatic coast that marks the entrance of Sydney Harbour.

Start point: 

Auckland (New Zealand) 

 

End point: 

Sydney (Australia)

 

Departure date: 

31/10/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

14/11/2024

 

Price: 

€3,750

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Leg 25

Sydney (Australia) to Hobart (Tasmania, Australia)

 

Sail from Sydney south along New South Wales’ dramatic coastline. Pass breath-taking beaches, remote coastal town and rocky headlands before crossing the Bass Strait to reach Tasmania and the historic port city of Hobart. Ashore, wander the city’s historic streets, colonial history and traditional pubs. Tasmania is a nature lover’s paradise, as well as being home to some of Australia’s finest vineyards and top restaurants. After the voyage, treat yourself to a gourmet tour of the island!

Start point:

Sydney (Australia)

 

End point: 

Hobart (Tasmania, Australia)

 

Departure date: 

26/11/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

03/12/2024

 

Price: 

€2,080

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Leg 26

Hobart (Tasmania, Australia) to Christchurch (New Zealand)

 

Cross the Tasman Sea! Sail from Hobart to Christchurch to achieve one of the world’s great sailing adventures. During the transit, look out for whales and albatrosses. As New Zealand rises on the horizon, marvel at the beautiful coast line and land in one of the country’s most vibrant cities. Ashore, enjoy wine tasting trip and world-famous cuisine in boutique restaurants. After visiting Tasmania, Charles Darwin did not return back to New Zealand, but you can on this exciting voyage leg!

Start point: 

Hobart (Tasmania, Australia)

 

End point: 

Christchurch (New Zealand)

 

Departure date: 

12/12/2024

 

Estimated arrival date: 

27/12/2024

 

Price: 

€4,000

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Leg 27

Christchurch (NZ) to Cape Horn to Stanley (Falkland Islands)

 

Sail legendary Cape Horn! In past centuries, sailors that accomplished this feat earned the right the title of “Cape Horner” to boast of their seafaring victory. They were held in such reverence that they were granted the right to wear a gold loop earring and the right to dine with one foot on the dinner table! Become a Horner! Along the way, spot whales, dolphins, penguins and albatrosses! This voyage leg is not for novice sailors, but those seeking a genuine sailing adventure!

Start point:

Christchurch (NZ)

 

End point:

Stanley (Falkland Islands)

 

Departure date: 

02/01/2025

 

Estimated arrival date: 

19/02/2025

 

Price: 

€7,200

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Leg 28

Stanley to South Georgia to Tristan da Cunha to Cape Town (SA)

 

Sail to South Georgia, home to one of the world’s greatest concentrations of wildlife: tens of millions of seabirds, penguins, fur seals, elephant seals and whales. Six days are scheduled for exploring ashore along South Georgia’s northern coast. We will visit key whaling stations and wildlife hotspots, such as Grytviken, Salisbury Plain and St Andrew’s Bay. We then sail to Tristan, the most remote inhabited island on Earth, to discover a vibrant community in the heart of the South Atlantic!

Start point: 

Stanley

 

End point: 

Cape Town

 

Departure date: 

25/02/2025

 

Estimated arrival date: 

06/04/2025

 

Price: 

€8,200

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Leg 29

Cape Town (South Africa) to Saint Helena Island (UK)

 

Saint Helena has been described as a ‘living museum’ for its rich history. Home to hundreds of unique animals and plants, as well as Longwood House, where Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled. Regular flights depart Saint Helena for onward travel. A land based guided tour of the fascinating historic sites and wildlife hotspots of Saint Helena is planned for 11/05/2025 – 17/05/2025. Stay on Ascension after this voyage leg to join this tour. Email info@darwin200.com for details.

Start point:

Cape Town (South Africa)

 

End point:

Saint Helena Island (UK)

 

Departure date: 

28/04/2025

 

Estimated arrival date: 

10/05/2025

 

Price: 

€1,950

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Leg 30

Saint Helena (UK) to Ascension Island (UK)

 

Ascension is one of the most interesting volcanic islands in the world, home to vast nesting turtle populations, migrating land crabs, large seabird colonies, colonial forts and an artificial rainforest instigated by Darwin. Flights service Saint Helena and Ascension allowing easy travel before/after this leg. Stay on Ascension Island after arrival for a guided tour to explore the wildlife and history of the island (tour planned for 25/05/2025 to 30/05/2025). Email info@darwin200.com for details.

Start point: 

Saint Helena Island (UK)

 

End point: 

Ascension Island (UK)

 

Departure date: 

18/05/2025

 

Estimated arrival date: 

25/05/2025

 

Price: 

€1,680

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Leg 31

Ascension Island (UK) to Ponta Delgada (Azores)

 

Cross the equator and explore this emerald archipelago, filled with extinct volcanic peaks and craters now covered with lush subtropical jungle and diverse wildlife! Explore remote fishing villages and historic towns, savour local cuisine and spot dolphins and whales in the blue Atlantic waters. Ascension Island is serviced by regular flights, allowing participants to travel by air to Ascension to join this voyage leg. Regular flights connect the Azores to Europe for easy onward travel.

Start point:

Ascension Island (UK)

 

End point:

Ponta Delgada (Azores)

 

Departure date: 

02/06/2025

 

Estimated arrival date: 

30/06/2025

 

Price: 

€4,350

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Leg 32

Ponta Delgada (Azores) to Falmouth (UK)

 

Join the final leg of Charles Darwin’s journey, and sail to Falmouth, England. Step ashore on the very docks where Darwin’s voyage on HMS Beagle ended. During our journey spot sunfish, dolphins, whales, blue sharks and (if you are lucky), giant basking sharks! Discover the quaint streets of historic Falmouth. Participants of all voyage legs are invited to a party on the evening of 20/07/2025 to mark the successful conclusion of the DARWIN200 Global Voyage!

Start point: 

Ponta Delgada (Azores)

 

End point: 

Falmouth (UK)

 

Departure date: 

08/07/2025

 

Estimated arrival date: 

20/07/2025

 

Price: 

€3,250

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Registration Process

Step 1: Select the voyage leg(s) you are interested in joining.
Step 2: Register your interest in each leg below.
Step 3: We will notify you when we launch the online application process.
Step 4: Complete your online application.

Register your interest to join one or more voyage legs on the DARWIN200 2023-2025 Global Voyage