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The hottest trend in yachting continues this summer. Motor yacht LEGEND joins a growing fleet of luxury yacht charter vessels forgoing the Mediterranean. She heads to the extreme Arctic and Northern Europe for amazing adventures.
A winter expedition in Antarctica relocates Icon yacht LEGEND to northern Europe for the summer. She stops in the Spring in the frozen tundra of Greenland. Charters secure by action-seeking travelers in both May and June already.
Activities offered aboard this yacht charter boat include whale watching, heliskiing (heli-skiing), and rides via dog sleds and snow scooters.
Ultra-luxury expedition yachts enter the charter market daily. The adventure travel movement reached the luxury sector of the market. Adventure travel is no longer only for budget-conscious. Specifically, willingly “roughing it” in hostels and tents. Expedition superyachts enable upscale travelers the experience. In specific, adventure travel vacation with incredible creature comforts.
The growing list of yachts offering activity-oriented charters in the Arctic and northern Europe include 229-foot superyacht SHERAKHAN and 205-foot Icon yacht BATON ROUGE (in Norway in June). In addition, the 238-foot Abeking and Rasmussen Motoryacht CLOUDBREAK (scheduled for May 2019 in Greenland).
A closer look at yacht LEGEND demonstrates the appeal of these modern expedition yachts.
She is, indeed, incredible. The yacht offers a commercially-certified helipad, 3-man submarine, and an ice-breaking hull. Guests enjoy snow scooters (snowmobiles), a Balinese spa, and onboard cinema. Above all, an aft-deck heated pool, gymnasium, and 26 guests in 13 luxury staterooms.
Yes, indeed –this luxury yacht charter vessel has many features. For instance, the helicopter and the 3-person submarine. This yacht allows guests to explore from entirely new angles. Without a doubt, guests relax and watch movies in the cinema. They definitely get massages in the Balinese-themed spa below deck. Guests enjoy cocktails on deck in the ultra-heated Jacuzzi. Lastly, just cuddle up by the fireplace with a good book. The gymnasium affords additional health and wellness. In addition to this, active guests explore on the snow scooters. Additionally, they encounter wildlife on land. Of course, perfect photo opportunities add to a memorable vacation of a lifetime.
A big “plus” of many expedition yachts is size. Specifically, the ability to accommodate large families and groups of friends. Especially, since most luxury charter yachts take a maximum of 12 passengers. Whereas yachts like LEGEND and SHERAKHAN both legally and comfortably accommodate 26 guests.
She is a busy lady. Hurry and join her calendar! Her bookings include 22nd December to 6th January 2019 / King George Island to King George Island (Antarctica). In addition, 6th to 13th January 2019 / King George Island to King George Island (Antarctica). Also, 11th to 18th May 2019 / Ilulissat to Ilulissat (Greenland). Subsequently, 8th to 15th June 2019 / Kangerlussuaq to Ilulissat (Greenland). Without a doubt, a popular yacht.
Cost is 460,000€ per week. This includes yacht, crew, and use of all onboard amenities and recreational toys. Running expenses such as food, fuel, bar, and dockage are additional. Depending upon the destination, local VAT may be incurred. Last but not least, a crew gratuity is optional and at the charter’s discretion.
Ready to plan an Alaska yacht charter vacation? Is the Antarctic calling for you? For more information, contact 1-800 Yacht Charters today at toll-free North America +1.800.922.4824 / local and international +1.305.253.7245 or via our online inquiry form at https://www.1800yachtcharters.com/book-now-contact-us/
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