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The 11 best charter yachts available in remote destinations

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Planet-Nine
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Planet Nine

After her debut season in the Mediterranean Planet Nine will be available for charter in Antarctica this winter. The 73 metre yacht, which was Boat International’s cover boat in September, has been designed to combine elegance with long range serious cruising capabilities.

Boasting a huge 2,100 GT of volume Planet Nine can accommodate up to 12 guests and four staff in nine cabins. She has a separate owners deck and main deck VIP suite.

The Ice Class yacht has been specifically built for destinations such as Antarctica. She has a MD 902 Explorer helicopter, which is fully operational for charter use. She is also equipped with three custom-built Rupert Marine RIBs and has an observation lounge with 180-degree panoramic views.

Planet Nine is managed for charter by Edmiston, and is available in Antarctica for $725,000 per week, plus APA, Antarctica guides and permits and helicopter expenses.

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