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Antarctica Yacht Charter

Antarctica Yacht Charter

Journey to the End of the Earth

A destination unlike any other, a yacht charter in Antarctica is a once in a lifetime experience. Explore the great white continent and discover one of the most beautiful and remote regions on the planet.

Penguins in Antartica Penguins in Antartica

Livingston Island

Situated 120 kilometres north of the Antarctic Peninsula, Livingston is the second largest of the South Shetland islands. Home to 2 important nature reserves, Livingston is used by scientists to study and monitor the region’s wildlife. Go ashore to explore Hannah Point on the south coast of the island. Stroll along sandy slopes and watch colonies of penguins and Elephant seals lounging on the pebble beaches. Enjoy a taste of Antarctica’s cultural heritage with a visit to Lame Dog Hut. Formerly used as a post office, the hut is now classed as a historic monument and hosts a captivating exhibition of early polar expeditions.

Deception Island Deception Island

Deception Island

Formed after a volcanic explosion, Deception Island is a unique and fascinating destination. Take your charter yacht directly into the centre of the volcano and anchor in Deception’s sheltered bay. Get up close with Deception’s large colony of Chinstrap penguins before going ashore to explore the island’s frozen landscapes. Learn about the region’s past at the disused whaling station in Whalers Bay or walk to Neptune's Window for a close-up of the caldera. Only for the bold, Deception is also the perfect spot to take a polar plunge. Gently heated by the island’s volcano, dive into the waters around Pendulum Cove before warming up back on board.

Whales in Antartica Whales in Antartica

Marguerite Bay

Lying between Adelaide Island and Graham Land, the Gullet is a beautiful narrow channel surrounded by soaring mountains tipped with snow. Flat and calm, the water in the Gullet offers perfect conditions for tranquil cruising on your charter yacht through blue-ice glaciers to Marguerite Bay. On the west side of the Antarctic Peninsula, Marguerite Bay is made up of ice and rock, and is the ideal spot to observe the continent’s incredible marine life. Take advantage of 24-hour daylight during the summer months and spot penguins, seals and whales basking in the Antarctic sun. This is a wildlife experience like no other.

Port Lockroy Port Lockroy

Port Lockroy

Set in a sheltered natural harbour off the coast of Wiencke Island, Port Lockroy is surrounded by glaciers and mountains. Used by explorers, whalers and scientists for over a century, Port Lockroy was also a British military base during the Second World War. Go ashore and visit former ‘Base A’, the first permanent British base to be established on the Antarctic Peninsula. Browse survey books and logs written by British scientists and discover the radio and science rooms used for research purposes. Before leaving, visit the world’s most southerly post office located on the island to send a postcard home as a unique souvenir of your visit.

Charter a Yacht in Antarctica Charter a Yacht in Antarctica

Charter a Yacht in Antarctica

One of the most far-flung destinations on earth, Antarctica’s breathtaking beauty has been inspiring explorers for centuries. To organise your own polar expedition, use the form below to send us an enquiry and learn more about our luxury explorer yachts available for charter in the region.


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