Holiday in Antarctica by private jet and luxury charter yacht
For many of us, the seventh continent conjures up images of human endurance against all odds, as only the toughest of adventurers face a barrage of truly inhospitable elements for the chance to see something very, very few have seen.
Building on the success of their collaboration earlier in 2014, Chapman Freeborn and EYOS expeditions have launched their unique private jet and yacht charter expeditions in Antarctica.
Antarctica will now benefit from the platform that saw guests complete door to door round trip expeditions to the Arctic earlier in the year, utilising private aircraft from Chapman Freeborn and a luxury expedition vessel from EYOS Expeditions
The prospect of a trip to the most remote continent on the planet is made all the more unique as it will see the maiden season of EYOS Expedition’s latest charter vessel – the Enigma XK.
Currently finishing up a three year refit; the 72 meter, 12-guest Enigma XK will be the best equipped expedition yacht afloat.
The yacht will certainly not be without its creature comforts, having been specifically designed to provide spectacular vistas of the dramatic Antarctic landscapes that it passes. The generous owner’s suite affords an astounding 180 degree view from below the bridge while her opulent lounge offers guests a truly luxurious experience, all while gargantuan Antarctic icebergs pass by. Guests will also benefit from an on-board gym, hair salon and masseuse.
The journey starts by flying on a luxury Gulfstream G550 jet from New York to Punta Arenas. Once aboard you can enjoy WiFi and quaff on champagne in the jet’s comfortable lounge sofas.
After spending a night in Punta Arenas you will return to the airport for a jaw-dropping flight to Earth’s seventh continent.
The flights takes you to King George Island airfield where you will be part of Enigma XK’s maiden season. This luxury yacht which has just been luxuriously appointed boasts the owner’s suite, which has stunning 180-degree views. The following day you arrive at the Antarctica.
For more information, visit chapman-freeborn.com
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