Mega Yacht Charter via The Northwest Passage

This mega yacht charter through the northwest passage is a huge step away from the usual sun lashed yacht charters we feature on the blog. This amazing experience and video was done by the good people at EYOS Expeditions who focus on the most unique adventures one can buy.

The World’s transit was the first of two this summer for EYOS Expeditions. A 125-meter Lurssen expedition yacht, which is a repeat client of EYOS for expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic, enjoyed an equally successful voyage transiting from east to west.

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We are seeing more and more yacht Owners becoming interested in the Northwest Passage and wanting to follow in the footsteps of great explorers. Whether on a full transit or a shorter exploration for those with time constraints, our expedition specialists and ice masters have a proven track record of delivering remarkable, once-in-a-life time experiences in this legendary passage.

EYOS Expeditions is the world’s foremost provider of expedition services for Private Super-Yacht Adventures. During the last five years, they have led over 50 expeditions worldwide for discerning clients. They have ventured to a variety of geographies, including the Antarctic, Bering Sea, Northwest Passage, Russian Far East, Svalbard, Greenland, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia, Polynesia, Madagascar, Seychelles and other destinations. In addition to planning and leading expeditions, they offer a chartering and brokerage service and consult on the design and building of expedition yachts.

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1 Comment
  • Caspian Onassis
    Posted at 21:34h, 19 December Reply

    This would be a great trip to take. I know a lot of cruise ships sail past British Columbia up to the West/South Coast of Alaska, but how many continue on to the Arctic Ocean? Practically none, as far as I'm aware. Gorgeous and unspoiled waters up there, would love to sail them some day.

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