Far, far away: Yachts for charter in remote locations

Want to get away from the crowds and off the beaten track on your next charter vacation? Take a look at our favourite charter yachts available in remote and exotic destinations and get ready to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime trip...

Game Changer

Stats: 72.15 metres, Damen Yachting, 2017/2020, 17 guests and 16 crew

Highlights: Game Changer is a seasoned explorer and is certainly no stranger to far-flung expeditions to the most remote regions on earth. Having previously been used for ocean research, Game Changer is equipped with a PADI dive centre, a custom-built C-Researcher submarine by U-Boat Worx which seats three, a remote operated vehicle (ROV) for HD filming and research, plus an Airbus helicopter for six to help explorers make the most of their time on board, under the instruction of her highly experienced crew. 

Location: Game Changer has an action-packed itinerary laid out for the upcoming months, starting with a cruise along the scenic coasts of Costa Rica and Galapagos in Central America. She’ll then head as far south as possible to explore Patagonia and Antarctica – perfect for the adventurous charterer with an interest in rare wildlife-spotting in the farthest reaches of the globe.

Charter rate: Game Changer is managed for charter by Edmiston with a weekly charter rate starting from €450,000.

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GAME CHANGER

Damen   72 m •   2017

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GAME CHANGER

Damen   72.15 m •  17 guests •  €49,000,000

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GAME CHANGER

Damen   72.25 m •   17 guests • Price from €450,000 p/w

Askari

Stats: 32.89 metres, Sermons, 1971/2017, 10 guests and 7 crew

Highlights: Combining traditional yachting style with top-of-the-line water toys, classic superyacht Askari has everything guests need to explore remote destinations off the beaten track. Enjoy a dip in the hot tub, a cocktail at the wet bar as you watch the sun go down and days spent on the water kayaking, water skiing or paddle boarding.

Location: Askari is a permanently based in French Polynesia, meaning her crew have all the insider knowledge necessary to bring guests on an unforgettable South Pacific cruise. Expect to see glistening lagoons, cloud-topped mountains and pure white beaches as she makes her way around these pristine islands.

Charter rate: Askari is managed for charter by Fraser with a weekly charter rate starting from $90,000.

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ASKARI

Sermons   32.92 m •   1972

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ASKARI

Sermons   32.89 m •   10 guests • Price from $90,000 p/w

Cavallo

Stats: 43 metres, Baltic Yachts, 2003, 10 guests, 6 crew

Highlights: For those who prefer the thrill of life under sail, opt for sailing yacht Cavallo on your next charter adventure. Custom-designed as a high-performance sloop, this Baltic superyacht will offer the immersive experience of cruising under sail as she reaches speeds of over 15 knots. She’s also got more than enough toys to help you make the most of your time on board, including scuba diving, fishing and snorkeling gear alongside paddleboards, water-skiing equipment, SeaBobs and more tucked away in her toybox.

Location:  From December 2021, Cavallo will be chasing some winter sun in the Indian Ocean as she cruises around the pristine shorelines and crystal-clear waters of the Seychelles islands off the coast of eastern Africa.

Charter rate: Cavallo is managed for charter by Ocean Independence with a weekly charter rate starting from €90,000.

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CAVALLO

Baltic   42.93 m •   2004

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CAVALLO

Baltic   42.9 m •   10 guests • Price from €65,000 p/w

Ragnar

Stats: 68.2 metres, Royal Niestern Sander, 2012/2020, 12 guests and 17 crew

Highlights: Ragnar is a one-of-a-kind charter vessel made for extreme adventures in the world’s most isolated regions. An ex-ice breaking tug, she was given a new lease of life by Icon Yachts with a multi-million-dollar rebuild. From whale watching to heli-skiing, there is never a dull moment on board. Ragnar packed with some serious kit including a BigBo amphibious ATV, SeaDoos, snowmobiles and an Airbus EC145 for exploring ashore. Then, after a jam-packed day, guest can retreat to her cosy, chalet-style saloon and bar and recount the day’s antics.

Location: Ragnar will be spending summer 2021 in Northern Europe, exploring the rugged, wind-whipped landscapes of Scotland, before venturing further north to explore the volcanic islands of Iceland and the Faroes.

Charter rate: Ragnar is managed by Burgess with charters starting from $525,000 per week.

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RAGNAR

Royal Niestern Sander   68.2 m •   2012

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RAGNAR

Royal Niestern Sander   68.2 m •   12 guests • Price from $525,000 p/w

Petratara

Stats: 47 metres, Admiral, 2014, 12 guests and 9 crew

Highlights: Perfect for those in pursuit of warmer climes this winter, a sprawling 134 square metre sundeck is the crowning jewel on board Petratara. There is a wet bar, Jacuzzi and 55-inch TV screen with a shaded lounge for afternoon naps out of the sun. Down at the water, a toybox offers hours of on the water entertainment with a flyboard, SeaDoos, SeaBobs, paddleboards, and an inflatable jungle gym. Come evening, primary guests can retreat to the master suite complete with a private gymnasium and Turkish steam room.

Location: Based in Southeast Asia, guests on board Petratara can expect to cruise for days without seeing another vessel as she makes her way through the picture-perfect islands of Thailand and Malaysia.

Charter rate: Petratara is managed by IYC with charters starting from $225,000.

Sea Rhapsody

Stats: 65 metres, Amels, 2012, 12 guests and 18 crew.

Highlights: The newly refitted Sea Rhapsody was designed by design power duo Tim Heywood and Andrew Winch and is set to spend the summer season cruising the quieter corners of the globe. Equipped with a sizeable infinity pool and Jacuzzi, as well as a gym, cinema area and well-stocked toy box, there is plenty to keep guests on board entertained if they are not too busy exploring the beautiful cruising grounds of the Seychelles.

Location: Sea Rhapsody will take guests on a tour of the pristine atolls of the Indian Ocean in spring 2022, with stops scheduled in the Seychelles between April 1-21 and May 10-30.

Charter rate: Sea Rhapsody is managed by Ocean Independence with charters starting from €595,000 per week.

La Datcha

Stats: 77 metres, Damen, 2020, 12 guests and 25 crew

Highlights: The recently delivered La Datcha spans six decks and is built to conquer the world's wildest regions, with the help of an ice-classed hull and a globe-trotting range of 6,000 nautical miles. A serious explorer requires some serious equipment and La Datcha is kitted out with a pair of helicopters, snowscooters, expedition RIBs and beach lander tenders for exploring ashore, as well as a three-person submarine for discovering the depths. After a day spent exploring the sights on land, guests can retreat to the wellness centre and unwind in the Turkish Hammam or indulge in an invigorating ice fountain shower.

Location: La Datcha will be spending her summer in her owner's homeland of Russia, venturing to the volcanic peninsula of Kamchatka.

Charter rate: La Datcha is managed by Edmiston with a weekly charter rate starting at €840,000.

Tip Top II

Stats: 31.7 metres, Custom, 2008 16 guests and 8 crew

Highlights: Tip Top II has been designed for wildlife spotting in the most biodiverse corners of the earth. All air-conditioned ensuite cabins are positioned on the main and upper decks for optimum views, and a dedicated forward observation lounge offers an excellent space to socialise. Her crew includes an experienced naturalist guide and there’s also diving equipment stocked on board.

Location: For a truly unique charter experience, join Tip Top II as she cruises around the Galapagos islands.

Charter rate: Tip Top II is managed by YPI with a weekly charter rate starting from $80,420.

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