After 105 days of trekking 1,795 miles across the inhospitable landscape of Antarctica, Ben & Tarka have completed for the first time ever, the ill fated journey of Captain Robert Falcon Scott, the iconic Terra Nova Expedition. Click here to read their story.
Bremont is thrilled to have been supporting Ben & Tarka in completing the extraordinary feat, not to mention a fantastic opportunity for these remarkable adventurers to be testing one of our new watches in such extreme climate conditions.
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The Antarctic Heritage Trust was established in 1987 and cares for four expedition bases in the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica associated with four expeditions:
British Southern Cross Expedition 1898 - 1900 led by Carsten Borchgrevink.
National Antarctic (Discovery) Expedition 1901 - 1904 led by Commander Robert Falcon Scott.
British Antarctic (Nimrod) Expedition 1907 - 1909 led by Sir Ernest Shackleton.
National Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition 1910 - 1913 led by Captain Robert Falcon Scott.
The Trust's mission is to ensure the expedition bases and the thousands of associated artefacts survive for the benefit of future generations and inspire people through the values associated with adventure, discovery and endurance.
View Bremont’s full collection of beautifully crafted, luxury watches on the evening of the event. Our fine watches are hand assembled in our workshop in England.