Follow our ship from your computer!

antarctica2009, Expeditions, Featured — By on November 5, 2009 at 5:29 pm

As Doug & Co. prepare to cross the Drake Passage to the Antarctic Peninsula, those at home can get ready to follow the ship’s course online.

The ship, the “Clipper Adventurer,” is outfitted with a GPS system that will track its progress throughout the course of the journey, and is denoted by the abbreviation “CPA” on the map.

Simply click the link below, then select “CPA” from the list of vessels on the page’s right-hand side. As of Nov 5, the tracker shows the Clipper Adventurer at port in Ushuaia.

Tracking Map

You can also check out the real-time sailing conditions below:

Stay tuned as the crew prepares to depart shortly!


  • carol bass says:

    thanks SAMMY!!!!!!!!

  • Michael McHugh says:

    Doug we are all watching you guys,300 kids at Stevenson school.I hope you guys get away tomorrow,looks like a bit of a rough crossing.I should be with you guys,good luck on the rest of the trip.Please give my regards to Tim…… skies Michael

  • Nixon says:

    Keoki, CJ, JMack, Kevin, Jess, Doug, Jason, Tal, Glen- Sunny in Squaw, we wish we were there with you! Thanks for the constant FB posts and photos. Beautiful!!!! Have a blast sight-skiing!


  • cindra says:

    Keoki, Doug, Fro, Tom, Russell and all the Squaw Participants,
    Hope you are all enjoying your adventure and everything is going well. Thanks for the beautiful pictures!! It is amazing to be able to observe all the action thru the internet! It’s fun to feel a part of your travels and exploration. Looking forward to the next posting of news… xoxo cindra

  • Teri Morris says:

    good luck to everyone and can’t wait to her all about it. Tell Woody & Jason I say hi and am thinking about their big adventure.

    Teri Morris

  • Gillian Poulsen says:

    Hey everyone:
    Amazing photos and looks like you are having an awesome time!

  • Teo says:

    Enjoy your adventure everyone!!! Awesome trip!!! Big hello to Joel B. & Meaghan W. …and looking forward for more pics!!!