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X. Tourism

Lone Ranger, Ltd.

Lone Ranger, Ltd., plans to operate the M/Y Lone Ranger of British Registry, on one cruise that will enter the Treaty Area. The vessel can carry a maximum of 10 passengers, and 20 staff and crew.

M/Y Lone Ranger

M/Y Lone Ranger is a 255 foot custom built yacht.

ITINERARY: Sites visited may vary depending on weather and ice conditions, and may include Elephant Island, Point Wild, Cape Lookout, Gibbs Island, Deception Island, Baily Head, Whalers Bay, Pendulum Cove, Telefon Bay, Port Lockroy, Wiencke Island, Gerlache Strait, Neumayer Channel, Detaille Island, Lemaire Channel, Booth Island, Crystal Sound, Marguerite Bay, Adelaide Island, The Gullet, Tickle Channel, Pourquoi Pas Island, Stonington Island, Horseshoe Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Vernadskiy Station, Petermann Island, Grandidier Channel, Almirante Brown Station, Paradise Bay, Danco Coast, Palmer Archipelago, Errera Channel, Cuverville Island, Ronge Island, Pleneau Island, Neko Harbor, Melchior Islands, Paulet Island, Hope Bay, Antarctic Sound, Hannah Point, Livingstone Island, South Shetland Islands, Aitcho Islands, Half Moon Island, Penguin Island, and Arctowski Station.

Schedule for the cruise follows:

  1. Depart Ushuaia February 1, 2005, arrive Ushuaia February 15 (in Treaty area February 3 - 12).

 

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