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One of the most com­pelling rea­sons for spend­ing time aboard a yacht is that you can have ac­cess to some of the last re­main­ing fron­tiers on our thor­oughly charted and surveilled planet. In this is­sue, we’ve been round­ing up a num­ber of the most thrilling and in­trigu­ing char­ter des­ti­na­tions, in­clud­ing per­haps the most thrilling and in­trigu­ing of all, Antarc­tica, which is about as off the grid as you can get with­out re­course to a nu­clear-pow­ered submarine. But you don’t have to push on to the ends of the earth: the Balearics and the Greek Is­lands also of­fer some un­spoiled and en­gag­ing cruis­ing ar­eas. What­ever your tol­er­ance for ad­ven­ture, there will be some­thing for you start­ing on page 19.

We’ve also been on board Amels’ lat­est and big­gest yacht, the 83-me­tre Here Comes the Sun. It’s a tri­umph for a proven team, and the full story of her con­cep­tion and cre­ation can be found on page 34. What a prospect: a new yacht in which to sail into the sun­set in search of new ad­ven­tures.

You can have AC­CESS to the planet’s last re­main­ing FRON­TIERS

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