A continued interest remains the thrill of venturing off to remote and undiscovered destinations. Selecting the sights you would like to see, the activities that interest you and the culture you would like to experience. If you are looking for icebergs and polar bears or the perfect sandy beaches to enjoy a coconut on, the decision can be much easier than you think. When it comes to adventure travel and pushing the boundaries, there is the physical boundary where adrenaline-packed activities come into play, including taking helicopters to search out the best hiking spots and viewpoints or jumping in submersibles to explore the depths of the ocean.
On the other side of the spectrum, chartering in a remote destination can be a chance to disconnect from the outside world and reconnect with families. And what better environment to do so than onboard a luxury yacht in the middle of new and stunning landscapes.
We all have a list of top ten things we’d like to do on any particular vacation, and it is no different when it comes to a charter trip. Make an actual list of all the activities you’d like to experience, marking your 10 absolute top priorities. Your charter advisor and crew are specialised in finding out how to make your requests possible. Our suggestion is to get creative with your adventure, remaining realistic when establishing a cruising radius to avoid rushing from each location and missing out on things en route.
After choosing a destination and deciding your must-do itinerary, it’s time to select the perfect yacht! Contrary to popular perceptions, you don’t necessarily need a yacht capable of ice-breaking or running on a nuclear reactor to get off the beaten track. There are many possibilities of places you can cruise to without requiring a purpose-built yacht.
Exploring remote destinations is lots of fun, but safety must come first. Do your due diligence and find out what appropriate gear you’ll need and whether the yacht provides it or if you’ll have to make arrangements in advance. If you are unsure, you can ask your charter advisor for advice. Read the full article in The Holiday Book now.