Where in the World do you want to go?

2010-11 is going to be an exciting time to embark on an adventure with OCSC Sailing.  We’re going all over the world in pursuit of the best sailing and most exciting adventures. As always, feel free to call us about any or all of these trips!

2010 OCSC Turkey Flotilla

Dates: September 11 – 25th, 2010
Planning Party: Call for details!
Trip Leader: Anthony Sandberg
Learn more…


2010 OCSC Machu Picchu Lodge to Lodge Trek
Dates: October 2nd – October 14th
Trek Leader: TBD
Planning Party:  TBD
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2011 OCSC Antarctic Adventure

Dates: February 8 – 27th, 2011
Planning Party:  Saturday, January 23rd, 6:30pm
Trip Leader: Anthony Sandberg
Antarctica is said to be the coldest, driest and windiest place on earth, but this immense wilderness is also a fabulous and virtually pristine paradise chock-full of wildlife with an incomparable scenery of mountains, snow and ice. It is a privilege to visit this awe-inspiring continent and to experience the special magic that has lured explorers, adventurers and scientists for more than two centuries and – most recently – world travelers.
Learn more…

2011 Patagonia Adventure

Dates: March 2011
Planning Party: TBD
Trek Leader: Anthony Sandberg
Patagonia, the land of wonders, is a large region taking up most of Southern Argentina and Chile. The region is defined by a glacier-dotted mountainous interior, unique coastal wildlife and stunning Andean national parks.
Call us to learn more, 800.223.2984!

2011 Belize Flotilla
Dates: February 2011
Planning Party: Saturday, June 19th, 6:30pm
Planning Party Host: Rich Jepsen
It’s a short flight from the US to Belize, but once you arrive at this quiet paradise, nestled between Mexico and Guatemala on the Caribbean coast, it’s as if you went halfway around the world.
Learn more…

If you have any questions or any suggestions for places you’d like to see us go, feel free to call anytime, 800.223.2984!

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  1. Evelyn

    Couldn’t find any additional info on the Galapagos adventure mentioned in the newsletter (4/27 – 5/4)…what’s up?

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