2004, documentary, 4 x 26’, digital Betacam
A Canal Azul production
Directed by: Lawrence Wahba
Executive Producer: Ricardo Aidar
Aired on National Geographic
In October 1998, Amyr Klink concluded his Antarctic 360 project – he managed to make the hardest travel around the globe in 79 days and alone. The first navigator in Antarctic to do so. That experience was registered in the book called “Mar sem Fim”. Accompanied by a filming crew, Amyr relived his journey. He knows the Antarctic as few do. He adds to his technical knowledge the experience of 8 months in the Doriam bay and the travel around the world by himself in this that is the most inhospitable of continents.