Whether you're planning on exploring cave dive sites, trekking through jungles or taking to the skies with your on board helicopter, there are no limits for adventurers and thrill seekers travelling by superyacht.
1. The Kimberley, Australia
If you are looking for a once in a lifetime exploration experience then The Kimberley in Western Australia has it all – rugged ranges, dramatic waterfalls and a virtually uninhabited coastline. Spanning an area three times the size of England, with a coastline stretching more than 1,000 nautical miles, The Kimberley is one of the few destinations left in the world that you can explore in complete solitude.
Nature is king in The Kimberley with highlights including the Horizontal Falls (pictured), which demonstrate the incredible strength of the region’s famous tides, the spectacle of the Montgomery Reef and the dramatic King’s Cascade up the Prince Regent River. The Kimberley is also dotted with Aboriginal rock art sites and is home to the famous Bradshaw and Wandjina figures.
With more than 2,000 untamed islands and a coastline that is mostly inaccessible by land it is best discovered by yacht. With limited facilities explorer capabilities are required to make the most of this incredible region. The 42 metre Anda, which was built in 1965 in Norway as a buoy tender and converted into a luxury vessel between 2010-2012, is currently available to charter in the region.