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From gorgeous aquatic art to exclusive experiences with world-renowned explorers, you won’t be able to find these items anywhere else but here at The Explorers Club. Take a look, be inspired, and help us get a jump-start on our WOW fundraising.
Every bid or donation – no matter the size – makes it possible for our Club to provide programs like World Oceans Week and put explorers in the field.
The first person to reach the Challenger Deep
Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have lunch with Explorers Club Medalist Don Walsh, American oceanographer, explorer, and marine policy specialist.
He and Jacques Piccard were aboard the bathyscaphe Trieste when it descended to the deepest point of the world’s oceans, the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench, on January 23, 1960.
Take the helm, learn to sail and navigate with new state of the art B&G “sail-steer” race navigation equipment. Or, just enjoy the full experience and learn to sleep on deck in the afternoon sun.
Celebrate our cute and friendly ocean’s ambassador with this stunning landscape print by Esther Horvath. Gentoo penguins in Neko Harbour, in Antarctica. February 16, 2018, Antarctica.