When you are ready to cruise in the most remote regions on Earth, EYOS will guide you there in safety and luxury.
Our hard-won knowledge has been gained through decades exploring the world’s most remote cruising areas. The contacts we have made along the way are an asset to any vessel setting off into the wilderness.
EYOS designs once-in-a-lifetime experiences. We represent a worldwide network of travel and marine specialists with experience and expertise that leaves virtually none of the globe unknown.
Rob McCallum, EYOS Founding Partner, is an Expedition Leader and consultant. His diverse background ranges from guiding a complete circumnavigation of Antarctica by icebreaker to extensive deep ocean searching.
Peter Butz has over 35 years of experience in the expedition industry. He has organized expeditions from ashore and led them onboard. His expertise ensures your expedition operations will be managed and supported by an unsurpassed shoreside team.
Werner Stambach specializes in expedition voyage organization and preparation. He carefully studies aspects of the natural world and the important environmental issues we all face when traveling to the distant corners of the Earth.
Skip Novak is widely considered the world’s preeminent authority on polar sailing. In 2016, Skip joined EYOS Expeditions as Director of Sailing Operations, combining his unsurpassed expertise in both sailing and motor yachts under one company.
Director of Expedition Operations and Undersea Projects
Kelvin Murray earned his decades of hard-won knowledge through missions on every continent and every ocean. As an Expedition Leader, he has led numerous logistically-complex trips involving diving, submersibles, ROVs, mountaineering, kayaking, camping, hiking, filmmaking, and helicopter operations.
Director of Expedition Operations and Program Development
Over the past 20 years, Brandon Harvey has demonstrated his proficiency in developing the impeccable safety-standards, exceptional guest experiences, superior leadership training programs and engaging educational programming that are the cornerstones of his career.
Flip Nicklin is widely regarded as the world's premier whale photographer. As an active and vital voice for marine mammal conservation, Flip brings his ability to inspire others and broad network to his role on the EYOS Advisory Board.
Richard Bridge assists Captains on all manners of technical planning for their expeditions, from preparing the yacht and crew for the Polar Code to high level passage planning and worldwide deployment consulting.
Mike was born in the wilds of Chicago. After university, he found himself working in a field camp amongst the bears and equally threatening fishermen of the Alaska Peninsula. This first experience in the wilderness led him to return to the prairie only long enough to earn a M.S. in Ecology, Ethology and Evolution.
For 20 years, since he began his career at sea, Martin Enckell has been on the move. He has stood at the Geographical North Pole seven times. He has spent ten Austral summers in the Antarctic, five in the Arctic, and well over a year in the Drake Passage. He has crossed the Antarctic and Arctic Circles many times.
Since 1987, Matt Drennan has traveled annually to the Falklands, South Georgia, and the Antarctic Peninsula, safely guiding thousands of people into the magical realm of ice, penguins, and wildly unpredictable conditions.
Norwegian Sigrid Henjum is one of the most experienced guides along the Norwegian coast. Inspired by the mountains, fjords and clear waters of her home in Western Norway, Sigrid is a ski, mountaineering and kayaking guide.
From white sharks in Africa to Sierra Nevada caves, Justin Hofman has traveled to every continent in search of wildlife. Currently, he splits his time between expedition ships, wildlife photography and illustration. He most enjoys when these disciplines converge to help inspire others to care about the planet.