7 incredible ice destinations to visit on a superyacht
Antarctica, Ross Sea
If you are prepared for a long voyage south then the Ross Sea is the most challenging and most spectacular destination in Antarctica.
“There are only a handful of yachts that can make it all the way to the Ross Sea but it is one of the ultimate cruising destinations for those up to the voyage,” says Tim.
Here in the Antarctic’s deep south it is possible to see giant Tabular icebergs, which are broken off pieces of ice that can be more than 100 miles long.
A trip to the Ross Sea will also enable you to visit the huts built by Scott and Shackleton on their quests to reach the South Pole.
Last year explorer yacht Arctic P completed the furthest voyage south ever undertaken, with the the help of EYOS expeditions. The journey set a new world record at 78° 43.034’ S just 677 nautical miles from the South Pole.