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Antarctica Yacht Expeditions

Considered by many as the most inaccessible place on Earth, you can now be among the select few to discover Antarctica by yacht charter with this life-changing experience.

When to book: 12 – 6 months in advance
When to go: December – February
Antarctica Expeditions Kayaking

THE PELORUS EXPERIENCE

Pelorus specialises in luxury yacht charter to the most remote and exciting locations on the planet. By working with our global network of experts, together with our expertise in challenging environments, we are able to create and deliver unrivalled polar yacht expeditions to Antarctica.

Within the bounds of IAATO, Pelorus can take care of permitting, polar code training, and a full vessel inspection in preparation for the Antarctic. We will also provide experienced regional ice pilots, naturalists, and guides to ensure your safety and enjoyment.

Heli Skiing Antarctica

HELI-SKIING PIONEERS

Pelorus is pioneering heli-skiing in Antarctica, paving the way for skiers seeking only the best peaks and powder snow of the world. Uncover a wilderness of breath-taking terrain, offering an abundance of white slopes and fresh slate, whichever summit you choose next.

Reach untouched peaks and go further inland than ever before – this heli-skiing experience is like nothing else before with multiples descents and a constantly changing geography, you should be prepared for the journey of a lifetime.

Heli-Skiing In Antarctica
Heli-skiing in Antarctica on Antarctic yacht expedition

“From heli-skiing remote areas on untouched terrain to participating in conservation and scientific research, ice climbing some of the oldest glaciers in the world, or kayaking through the icy waters, there is a wealth of activity for every type of guest.”

Elise Ciappara
Head of Yachting

ANTARCTICA YACHT CHARTER

Discover a truly exclusive adventure in Antarctica without compromising on luxury, comfort or privacy. Many of our superyachts for charter carry an array of expedition tenders and water toys to gain access to those hard-to-reach inlets, bays, and icebergs.