An online auction has gone live offering some extraordinary lots ranging from equipment used on The Coldest Journey right through to Sir Ranulph Fiennes’s Rolex watch and a lunch for four hosted by Sir Ranulph and Joanna Lumley at La Petite Maison. There are also plenty of other lots without an immediate connection to the expedition, but are sure to be extremely appealing to people across the world including a signed and framed racing suit of Jenson Button, dinner for two in Windsor Castle’s private rooms and a private tour of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Visit the online auction here

The online auction is a pre-auction ahead A Night to Remember, an evening taking place on Wednesday 4th September in the company of Sir Ranulph, Joanna Lumley and distinguished celebrities, to celebrate the unique achievements of our record Antarctic winter endeavour in support of Science and Education.

The online auction is being held on Jumblebee between now and 4th September. This is your chance to view the auction lots and start bidding! The online auction will close on 3rd September and the highest bids and proxy bids will be carried over so that bidding can continue at the dinner event on 4th September.

If you are not coming to the event but are determined to get one of the lots, then please place a proxy bid up to the maximum you are prepared to spend. All instructions are on the Jumblebee website.  All funds raised through the auction will first be used to defray the costs of mounting and decommissioning The Coldest Journey expedition, and any surplus will support expedition charity, Seeing is Believing.

Best wishes

The Coldest Journey team