LUXURY YACHT JOURNEYS WITH A SENSE OF ADVENTURE
Travel to some of the most secluded places in the world, while experiencing unparalleled service on board a luxury yacht. Each charter with IYC is carefully crafted for each individual’s wishes, and if you’re looking for an action-packed adventure, a relaxing few days with beautiful scenery and stunning diving sites – or a mix of all three, a bespoke charter journey will be an unforgettable vacation.
We have selected our top locations across the globe where you will experience adventure activities among stunning natural scenery. If you’re looking for your next trip with friends and family, a charter to these destinations will create memories that you will treasure forever.
There is no better way to enjoy the stunning scenery of Alaska than on board a luxury superyacht. With breathtaking views and unbelievable natural beauty, your days will be spent whale watching, salmon fishing, hiking, exploring icebergs and glaciers.
Discover Mendenhall Glacier via helicopter for a once-in-a-lifetime journey in the sky, or experience the stunning Alaskan landscape on a dog sledding excursion. Jump on a tender to go iceberg calving, where you will navigate through large icebergs and witness the changing shape of these natural wonders. Visit the Tongass National Forest, a huge expanse of over 17 million acres of spruce and hemlock trees. Here, you can observe the local wildlife of brown bears, Sitka black-tailed deer, migratory waterfowl and shorebirds. If you’re lucky, you will be able to sit in the remote bay to watch migrating humpback whales, and also spend the day fishing for halibut and salmon.
A trip to Alaska isn’t complete without a visit to Red Bluff Bay. Here, you can explore mountains, waterfalls and glistening ice fields that produce one of the most scenic landscapes along South East Alaska’s Inside Passage. Guests can kayak into the spray of beautiful waterfalls and get close to wild bears fishing for salmon.
The South Pacific
Lying halfway between Australia and California – in the middle of the Pacific Ocean – are the islands of Tahiti. This region’s clear blue waters are renowned for coral reefs stocked with all manner of spectacular marine life, often found just a few metres from the shore. For the more adventurous divers, the deeper waters of the Society Islands are teeming with whales, dolphins and rays.
West of the islands of Tahiti lies Fiji, a beautiful archipelago of over 300 islands waiting to be explored. The home of volcanic hot springs, and beautiful coral reefs, the natural beauty of Fiji will leave you speechless. Take a guided hike through the rainforest, zipline over waterfalls and experience white-water rafting on the famous Upper Navua River.
A popular tourist destination, Bermuda is also home to many secluded beaches and bays, making it the perfect destination for off-the-beaten-track adventures on board a luxury superyacht. The island is famed for its association with the mysterious, and due to its complex reefs, it was once down as the Isle of the Devils. From disappearing airplanes to sunken ships, Bermuda is the place to go if you are wanting to explore underwater wrecks. There are over 300 sunken ships to discover, dating from the early 1600s to as recent as 1997. There is an adventure for everyone in Bermuda’s crystal clear waters.
The Red Sea
Superyacht guests will find some of the finest diving in the world in the Red Sea. With over 2000 kilometers of thriving reefs stretching along its coastline, this region is home to a rich and biodiverse ecosystem, with over a thousand species of fish living in its breathtaking coral reefs. Divers will spend their days swimming in its iconic blue waters and will encounter rays, octopus and turtles. Between the Suez Canal and the Gulf of Aden, the area’s blue holes, atolls and lagoons are home to numerous shipwrecks and dive spots. For advanced divers, the wreck of the SS Thistlegorm is a must-see. A British ship sunk by enemy fire in 1941, this wreck is incredibly well-preserved and packed with vehicles, ammunition and equipment that has remained untouched for decades.