The Arctic Quest 1832 team standing in a row beside their discovery: rusted engine parts from The Victory
The Arctic Quest 1832 team afloat in the arctic motor boat Triton International

Dom Mee is proud to announce that the Artcic Quest 1831 has signed an exclusive deal with the National Geographic Channel to televise a documentary of the Arctic Expedition. Arctic Disaster is airing Sunday 27/02/05 @ 23:00 on Adventure one channel.

This announcement comes at a time when the expedition team are very busy at the Schroeders London Boat Show.

Dom Mee will be at The London Boat show on two stands displaying the last two Arctic expeditions.

(Just look for a really big bloke on the Sunseeker stand and the EP Barrus stand in the South Hall of Excel.)

The Arctic kayak IDS International is on display along with the Arctic motorboat Triton International.

There will be a short film on both trips which is a preview of a documentary being transmitted on the National Geographic Channel.

Dom Mee and the team expressed their thanks to several sponsors who have made their appearance at the Schroders London Boat Show possible.

In particual MICE Group PLC, EP Barrus and Sunseeker International

MICE is a registered as an acronym for the core market sectors of their business: Museums, Interiors, Conferences and Exhibitions.

MICE is a world leader in providing marketing solutions and became intrigued with Dom’s endeavours after constructing the Royal Navy Stand at the last Boat Show in London.

But the word MICE is not a reflection of the companies size or stature MICE Group will soon become a quarter of a billion dollar corporation. Pioneering creative and integrated below the line marketing solutions, around the world and supportING the needs of clients on a local, national, and international basis.

EP Barrus are the biggest distributor of outboard and inboard motors in the UK.

The Royal Navy, Royal Marine ‘Arctic Quest 1832’ Expedition chose Mariner outboard engines to power two lightweight inflatable boats for their recent epic maritime adventure to the Arctic.

The team of six hand picked individuals, led by Dom Mee, former Royal Marine Commando, Maritime Explorer returned to Dom’s polar Mecca at the end of July 2004. In August 2003, Dom returned from a successful solo expedition in the High Arctic kayaking in the Northwest Passage, following in the footsteps of Victorian Explorer Sir John Ross. This time he chose to lead a much larger expedition and the team far exceeded all expectations for this project completing the journey in some of the worst conditions for sixty years. They found many artefacts relating to Sir John Ross’s original voyage and visited the High Arctic Harbour’s cataloguing their finds.

The Mariner engines had to withstand severe Arctic conditions, powering the inflatables through pack ice and some pretty hostile seas.

The boat and engine along with members of the expedition team will be on the Barrus stand, S2510 at the London Boat Show.

Sunseeker International, the country’s largest powerboat builder, has a hugely impressive showcase of motoryachts at the 2005 Schroder’s London International Boat Show on Stand Number: S2540 with a combined approximate value of just over £20 million.

The majority of Sunseeker’s breathtaking range of craft will be on display at the Show taking full advantage of the facilities offered at ExCel, including three craft on the water: the sophisticated 105 Yacht, the 94 Yacht and the 82 Yacht.

Sunseeker International were happy to help Dom Mee out giving them space along side these impressive class. Sunseeker have a long association with the Royal Marines as both are based at Poole in Dorset.