EYOS Expeditions : Explore World’s Most Remote Locations in Luxury
EYOS Expeditions organizes once in a lifetime kind luxury expeditions to some of the world’s most remote and unique locations. Whether you own your own yacht or want to charter an extraordinary vessel, EYOS can it be possible.
EYOS Expeditions uses its unique experience and knowledge gained from decades of exploring some of the most remote places on earth, combined with its extensive network, to reach the world’s most remote places. From working with captains to creating itineraries, acquiring permits, arranging aviation services to assembling a world-class expedition team for you, EYOS Expeditions does all the work for you. So you can explore the most remarkable remote places on earth not only safely but also in luxury.
For those without their own yacht, EYOS will help you select the perfect expedition yacht for charter. Cruising in remote areas presents unique challenges not found in traditional sailing setting. Whether a polar icebreaker, dive support vessel, luxurious yacht or nimble sailing craft, EYOS will guide you to the best expedition yacht for your needs.
Some of the popular yachts include:
Legend : offers an expedition experience that few yachts can match. Originally built as a Class 1 Icebreaker, she possesses an astoundingly strong hull that can deliver the ultimate polar cruise.
Cloudbreak: Every aspect of Cloudbreak is designed to connect her guests to the environment through which she cruises. The full width Owner’s Suite offers a retractable balcony. A large, light-filled gym allows sightseeing when working out. An indoor-outdoor winter garden affords spectacular views while in the tropics or the polar regions. Outside, there is ample deck space, including a forward looking pool.
Nansen Explorer: is a new concept for yachting. Originally built as a research vessel, she represents today a hybrid between a capable and powerful commercial ship with the comforts and service of a luxury yacht. Originally built as a research vessel, she represents today a hybrid between a capable and powerful commercial ship with the comforts and service of a luxury yacht. she can sail further, and penetrate deeper into ice, than other yachts.
La Datcha: Offers the ultimate expression of the modern day expedition super yacht. Part of the renowned SeaXplorer series. Six richly appointed staterooms can comfortably accommodate 12 guests. On the yacht’s upper decks, there are a variety of locations from which to take in the sweeping landscape views, whether from a railing or Jacuzzi.
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For the added luxury, door to door private jet to private yacht adventures can also be arranged. To enhance an already remarkable expedition, helicopters can also be arranged for you to land far inshore for distant hikes, transports clients to Emperor Penguin colonies otherwise blocked by pack ice, or land at the top of a 6,000-foot mountain top at sunrise in the Northwest Passage.
Travel anywhere in the world, whether a culturally rich or wild destination. Some of the destinations include:
Antarctica: Antarctica may be the most challenging cruising ground for any expedition yacht, but it offers the right vessel the most incredible experience.
Arctic Svalbard and Greenland: Cruise through the Arctic pack ice searching for polar bears, narwhal and walrus.
Papua New Guinea: The Northwest Passage is one of the most legendary waterways on the planet—a long held dream of nations and daring adventurers. Even today, only 300 vessels have successfully completed the entire route.
Vanuatu : Far removed from the familiar cruising circuit, this South Pacific nation is a hidden jewel. Vanuatu is one of the favourites to destinations to dive/snorkel.
Northwest Passage and Arctic Canada: The Northwest Passage is one of the most legendary waterways on the planet—a long held dream of nations and daring adventurers. Even today, only 300 vessels have successfully completed the entire route.
Central America and Baja: Both the Caribbean and Pacific coasts of Central America offer tropical wilderness as virgin forest meets the sea along beautiful deserted beaches. Baja offers possibly the best whale watching in the world, and away from the crowds, explore the forests of Costa Rica and Panama along the vast tracts of coastline only accessible by sea.
Seychelles and Madagascar : Venture to the remote islands of the Seychelles and Madagascar. Be totally alone to enjoy beaches and reefs most people can only dream of. The most beautiful islands in the world are waiting to be discovered on a voyage across the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
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