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Voyage Leg 28

Stanley to South Georgia to Tristan da Cunha to Cape Town


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 (Falkland Islands)
Departure Date: 25/02/2025

End Point: Cape Town (South Africa)
Arrival Date: 06/04/2025

Price: €8,200

Join the DARWIN200 Global Voyage

Complete the following booking form to apply to join this leg of 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.

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Watch the DARWIN200 Global Voyage Video

After a decade of planning, and two successful test voyages in 2020 and 2021, the DARWIN200 Global Voyage will commence in 2023.

We will retract the voyage of HMS Beagle and make landfall at key locations where Charles Darwin stepped ashore during his great voyage of discover.

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Watch the 32 Voyage Legs Video

The DARWIN200 Global Voyage encompasses 32 voyage legs between key ports along the voyage itinerary.

This short video provides an overview of key highlights of each of the 32 Voyage Legs!

Explore the Oosterschelde

The DARWIN200 Global Voyage will be undertaken aboard the spectacular 50m long tall ship Oosterschelde. Built in 1918, this uniquely restored, three-masted schooner is the most beautiful historic vessel afloat.

Complete with a bar, a wood-fired stove and a piano, she will be your home during your adventure!


Explore Oosterschelde via the following photos and virtual 3D tour below