Day 32 – Keeping in touch

Clear voice communication and reliability are a high priority for users of satellite communication handsets throughout the world and our voice calls with Baz Gray in Antarctica are crystal clear. Baz will be using SATcase to keep in touch with his loved ones today to make voice calls to wish them all a very Happy New Year. The team at SATcase are delighted to provide Baz Gray with quality communication and are committed to their ethos of being R3: Resilient, Rugged, Reliable. SATcase has been specifically built as a lifeline for people operating in remote locations and harsh environments, its components are all high specification; delivering the best results thanks to improved technology.

As Baz completes day 32 of Challenge Antarctica, he hopes to finish the challenge by the 7th January. Today has been one of great visibility, feeling very cold with more extremely heavy sastrugi. He managed to battle through and cover 20.3 nautical miles in 12.5 hours. Baz’s legs are also starting to come back after the extreme fatigue that took its toll last week thanks to the soft snow conditions. Location co-ordinates S 87.42.033 W 80.41.105

Baz would also like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year!

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Track Baz’s progress at @satcase
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Photo credit: Jason Howard Photography

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