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