The vast wilderness areas of the world are waiting to be explored by intrepid vessels willing to venture well off the beaten track. Some of these expedition destinations are surprisingly close to sea lanes, requiring only a short deviation from normal cruising routes. Wherever in the world you want to go, whether a culturally rich or wild destination, EYOS Expeditions can take you there in luxury.

Cute penguins walking in front of Antarctic glaciers

Antarctica & South Georgia

Antarctica may be the most challenging cruising ground for any expedition yacht, but it offers the right vessel the most incredible experience. A couple of days sail or a short flight south from Cape Horn is the Antarctic Peninsula, where your vessel finds itself surrounded by snow, ice and penguins.

A polar bear mother and cub in the Arctic

Arctic Svalbard & Greenland

Only a few days sail north from North America or Europe, your vessel can be cruising through the Arctic pack ice searching for polar bears, narwhal and walrus.

Northwest Passage & Arctic Canada

A long held dream of nations and daring adventurers, the Northwest Passage is one of the most legendary waterways on the planet. Even today, only 300 vessels have successfully completed the entire route. Here, EYOS Expeditions has unmatched expertise, and on one recent voyage, our staff's combined experience accounted for more than 10% of all transits.

Mirror ball at South Pole Antarctica | EYOS Expeditions

South Pole & Deep Antarctic Logistics

Few destinations can elicit the sense of adventure or daring than a journey to the South Pole. At the very bottom of the world, the heritage of Scott and Amundsen's heroic—and tragic—race to the Pole is brought to life.

Diving in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is a stunning destination best explored by private vessel.  The country’s 5,000 different clans, together speaking over 850 separate languages, form the most culturally diverse nation on Earth. Similarly, the diverse landscapes that stretch from oceanic trenches to expansive tropical reefs provide the varying landscapes that are home to five percent of the species found on the planet.

Vanuatu Pentecostal Land Diving


Far removed from the familiar cruising circuit, this South Pacific nation is a hidden jewel. One of our favorite dive/snorkel destinations, Vanuatu offers enchanting surprises and unforgettable memories to those who journey here.

Alaska, Bering Sea & Russia

Surprisingly close to civilisation you can find wild, uninhabited islands teeming with wildlife and offering the tranquillity of wilderness. These weather-beaten coastlines of the Northern Pacific & the Americas, The Bering Sea, Alaska, and the Russian Far-East have superb potential for exploration by sea during the summer season.

Seychelles & Madagascar

The most beautiful islands in the world are waiting to be discovered on a voyage across the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Avoid the resorts and busy anchorages, and venture to the remote islands where you can be totally alone and enjoy beaches and reefs most people can only dream of.

diving in Indo Pacific

South Pacific & Indonesia

From the Asian coast of the Indian Ocean, through the innumerable islands of Indonesia, Melanesia and Micronesia, to the vast Pacific, this is one of the most exciting regions to explore by sea. Home to the greatest marine diversity anywhere on the planet, the diving is the best in the world, the islands some of the most beautiful.

Central America & Baja

Both the Caribbean and Pacific coasts of Central America offer tropical wilderness as virgin forest meets the sea along beautiful deserted beaches. Baja offers possibly the best whale watching in the world, and away from the crowds, explore the forests of Costa Rica and Panama along the vast tracts of coastline only accessible by sea.

Private Yacht on the King George River, The Kimberley, Australia

The Kimberley

On the ‘far side’ of Australia, well distant from the familiar cruising destinations of the populous east coast, the Kimberley region awaits the avid adventurer. Only truly accessible by sea, private yachts and expedition vessels are the sole (and infrequent) visitors to these timeless terracotta shores.

New Zealand waterfall

New Zealand

Known as Aotearoa to the indigenous Maori, and as ‘Godzone’ to Kiwis, visitors never fail to find a little piece of paradise in New Zealand.