OUR NEW JOURNEYS
Do you want to know what the Copérnico Doblón is like?
My dream ... your dream!
Alma mater of the project
Pedro Jimenez, with more than 100,000 miles sailed, I start in January 2019 a change of life, the sailboat becomes my home, my goal: to navigate the world
Humble origin, I stopped studying very soon. My priority: get out of the hole
I have worked from Sunday to Sunday for the last 25 years, starting and running various businesses. Which now allows me to fulfill my dream.
I know the Mediterranean and the Caribbean well, I have crossed the Atlantic 7 times to discover Brazilian and Argentine coasts, Antarctica and wherever the wind takes me.
Captain, professional diver, underwater archaeologist and naval historian, Maria Intxaustegi is more comfortable at sea than on land. With more than 50,000 miles behind him, he regularly sails through the southern ocean and has worked as an expedition guide in Antarctica and various islands and remote places teaching passengers about wildlife, glaciers and the history of the first sailors who sailed. the seas.
Dr. Leopoldo Soibelzon
Expedition guide and expert biologist
Argentine, 52 years old. Biologist. Bachelor of Biology, Doctor of Natural Sciences. Principal Investigator of the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET). Adjunct Professor at the National University of La Plata. Vast experience in field work in Antarctica where he has participated in research projects on Weddell and Crabeater seals and Emperor penguins. IAATO Expedition Leader. Sailing and Motor Yacht Skipper.
Captain of El Doblón
20,000 miles sailed Two Pacific Ocean Crossings More than 10 years sailing and repairing boats High-altitude captain, electronic engineer, shipbuilder, repair wizard with various Pacific crossings. Nicolás Cobb is a guarantee on any expedition.