Pedro left everything behind him

And embarked on a journey around
the world that will last 15 years

The project arises from the desire to share my love for the Sea, life and admiration for the times when men were makers of their own legends ...
It's time to live your dreams, join us!

THESE ARE OUR BOATS

CopĆ©rnico DoblĆ³n

Aluminum sailboat 68 ft

El DoblĆ³n

88 ft naval steel schooner

This is CopĆ©rnico DoblĆ³n

An atypical sailboat, without the common limitations of sailboats in terms of space, water and electricity,
the Copernicus Doblon is very spacious and has many amenities and resources.
It has a sextant for the astronomical navigation sections
Nautical charts (sea maps) on paper, digital and directions (coast guides)
Satellite phone for emergencies and download weather report
Complete first-aid kit
Life raft for 12 people + panic boat

2 bathtubs on deck, very spacious common areas
Sails: traditional main (4 curls), genoa 1 and 3, wing, 2 spis and pole
2 refrigerators, 2 freezers, washing machine
1 generator, 1 wind generator
Watermaker
Heating and air conditioning
2000 liter water tank with the possibility of hot showers
1500 liter diesel tank plus 200 liter drum
For diving enthusiasts, it has 2 equipment and a compressor on board

How do you experience a trip aboard the Copernicus Doubloon?

As we live it, adventure, laughter and joy; away from technical navigation,
our style is to learn every day and enjoy every moment that is given to us,
take a look at the videos we publish almost daily to see the atmosphere on board
on our Facebook page or on our Instagram

Extra equipment:

Kitesurf
Surf table
Kayak
Scuba gear

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Do you want to know what the CopĆ©rnico DoblĆ³n is like?

Some information about our schooner, El DoblĆ³n

A schooner, with a large amount of sail configuration, which makes her a possible future as a training ship. Without the common limitations of sailboats in terms of space, water and electricity,
The Doubloon is very spacious and has many amenities and resources both inside and on deck.
It has a sextant for the astronomical navigation sections
Nautical charts (sea maps) on paper, digital and directions (coast guides)
Satellite phone for emergencies and download weather report
Complete first-aid kit
Life raft for 12 people + panic boat

A large common area on a very large deck with tables.
Sails: traditional main (4 curls), genoa 1 and 3, wing, 2 spis and pole
Watermaker
Heating and air conditioning
2000 liter water tank with the possibility of hot showers
1500 liter diesel tank plus 200 liter drum
For diving enthusiasts, it has 2 equipment and a compressor on board

How do you experience a trip aboard the Copernicus Doubloon?

As we live it, adventure, laughter and joy; away from technical navigation,
our style is to learn every day and enjoy every moment that is given to us,
take a look at the videos we publish almost daily to see the atmosphere on board
on our Facebook page or on our Instagram

Extra equipment:

Scuba gear

pedro

My dream ... your dream!

CREW:

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Pedro Jimenez

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.
maria intxaustegi

MarĆ­a Intxaustegi

Expedition leader
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.
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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.
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Nicholas Cobb

Captain of El DoblĆ³n
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. NicolƔs Cobb is a guarantee on any expedition.

What says who has sailed with us?

Javier del CaƱo

Javier del CaƱo Dƭaz

Crewman

My first navigation with Pedro was to cross the Atlantic, from the Canary Islands to Brazil and later, to make the journey from Ushuaia to ValparaĆ­so through the Fuegian channels ... and to live the time with more uncertainty of the embarked pandemic.

For me, the Copernico-Doblon is Pedro Jimenez, a great guy and a great friend, always cheerful, giving the whole crew a good vibe even though the moment is not the best.

Anyway, he tries by all means that those bad moments, are the least, as he always says "Here you do not come to suffer"

A guy with some resources to solve problems on the ship, which at least continues to surprise me

I will continue to go regularly to see him and sail with him whenever I can!

Joy Sailors!

Marcelo Rizzo

Marcelo Daniel Rizzo

Crewman

One is marinated and begins to enjoy. With a triumphal entry into the GuanabarĆ” bay. All this is what I came to look for, to add experience and make a longer journey than usual. Many thanks to the Copernico Doblon, a Boat in which I felt very comfortable and safe. Thank you very much Pedro, a Great Captain, very knowledgeable about the art of sailing and his ship and a host like I rarely knew, opening his house to us and making it feel like our own.
Thank you and we will see you soon on other voyages.

Guillermo Nin

Guillermo Nin

Crewman

I shared the journey from Salvador de Bahia to Rio de Janeiro, in March-April 2019 with Pedro and four other Argentines, great group, we had a great time, today friends despite the distance.
Pedro besides being a great captain, is a wonderful host. A cute madman, very lovable.
That trip was a before and after for me.
I returned to Buenos Aires and decided to make a change that had been maturing ... I began to delegate my work to have more time for myself and to prepare for my future ...
A few months ago we bought a boat in Italy with friends ...
we are going to sail the Mediterranean this year ... crossing the Atlantic by the end of the year ...
January 2022 from the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Galapagos, Marquesas, Polynesia, Fiji, Tonga, Australia ...
Be careful if you sail with Pedro ... he is contagious ...

higinio

Higinio Guerra

Crewman

In a few words I cannot tell you the incredible adventure that happened crossing the Atlantic from West to East
We set sail from Havana with a tropical storm over our stern that made us fly and travel 245 miles in 24 hours, imagine my first day of sailing on the Copernico Doblon yeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaah
34 days of navigation with four stages
Havana - Bermuda island
Bermuda - Flores island (Azores)
Flores Island - Faial Island (Azores)
Faial Island - Vigo City
What a good time we had, how much I learned and how I value having a person like Pedro de Capitan and master of ceremonies
Great navigator, he knows his boat like the palm of his hand, fun, positive, humble and generous, I have no words to tell you how lucky it was to sail with him
The Copernico ........ robust and fast boat at the same time, docile and powerful, comfortable, navigator without rest and welcoming in all its forms

pilar

Pilar Beatriz Gutierrez

Crew-woman

I participated in the crossing of the Atlantic 2019, of the wonderful Copernicus Doblon. A dream come true with an unbeatable crew. An experience full of great memories and many learnings, which I would undoubtedly repeat again. Very fortunate to be part of the great project of the Copernicus Doblon. Much joy to everyone!