The second phase (of five) of Caladan Oceanic’s 2020 deep-diving expeditions has now been completed after sub pilot and explorer, Victor Vescovo and His Serene Highness, Prince Albert II of Monaco ventured down to the bottom of the Calypso Deep, the deepest point in the Mediterranean sea, on February 10.
EYOS Expeditions has completed a highly successful expedition to the wreck of the French submarine S647 ‘La Minerve’ which sank in 1968 with all hands. The expedition’s purpose was to complete a forensic investigation of the wreck and to place a commemorative plaque on behalf of the families of the 52 crew who were lost at sea.
EYOS Expeditions and Bomber Ski announce the ultimate experience for any serious skiing enthusiast: a week-long, superyacht-based skiing adventure, in Antarctica or Greenland, guided by six-time Olympic medalist Bode Miller and polar explorer Doug Stoup. Scheduled for December 2020 (Antarctica) and April 2020 (Greenland), both expeditions are timed for ideal skiing conditions, combining first tracks with many other wonders of the polar regions while enjoying the comfort of a 77-meter ultra-luxury superyacht.
EYOS is proud to be supporting Captain Fiann Paul, Colin O’Brady, and the entire crew of the vessel Ohana that will undertake an expedition next month to row to Antarctica. The expedition will set off from South America in mid December and then cross the 600 mile Drake Passage.
On October 31st the first DAMEN SeaXplorer luxury expedition yacht emerged from the building hall in the Netherlands. When the 62-meter custom-designed yacht is handed over to her owners in early 2020, she will be the first delivery in this groundbreaking series of yachts.
EYOS Expeditions completed a historic season in the Northwest Passage this summer with five vessels sailing the historic High Arctic sea route. Three of these set out to complete the full ocean-to-ocean passage and all were successful. EYOS is the first company to manage three vessels completing the entire Passage in a single season.
EYOS Expeditions, the world’s leader in private superyacht expeditions, recently added Jason Hillier as VP, Expedition Sales to the team. With almost a decade's worth of experience operating in the Arctic, he brings hard-won field experience and destination expertise to his role.
EYOS Expeditions has announced the successful completion of the Five Deeps Expedition, named as the most ambitious exploration expedition of the century. The primary purpose of the expedition was to conduct manned dives to the deepest point of each of the world’s five oceans and conduct scientific discovery along the way.
EYOS Expeditions staff have again led a successful expedition to the RMS Titanic, deploying the Triton 36000/2 submersible ‘Limiting Factor’ to conduct several dives on the wreck over a 10-day period. The wreck, which sank on 14th/15thApril 1912, lies in 3,800 meters/12,500 feet of water approximately 380 miles SE of St John’s, Newfoundland.
Following the success of their first two scheduled superyacht expeditions to Antarctica last year, EYOS Expeditions today announced two new departures to Antarctica: December 6th, 2019 and December 13th, 2019. Again, travellers will be able to book an individual cabin onboard the 77-meter, 22-guest Legend.
Last month, EYOS CEO Ben Lyons participated in the first ever Ocean Plastic Leadership Summit during three days at sea off Bermuda. The expedition transformed an expedition cruiseship into a floating summit as a diverse group of key influencers and corporations came together to address the increasing problem of ocean plastic.
On 4 June Dutch luxury yacht builders AMELS and DAMEN celebrated the hull launch of LA DATCHA SeaXplorer following construction on the Danube river. EYOS was design partners in the project, contributing over 150 expedition criteria.
Kelvin Murray, Director of Expedition Operations and Undersea Projects for EYOS, participated in the Fourth Joint Arctic Search and Rescue (SAR) Workshop and Tabletop Exercise in Reykjavik last week. He joined more than 80 representatives from the Arctic expedition industry, the search and rescue sector and academia.
For the third time, the Five Deeps Expedition has successfully dived to the previously-unvisited bottom of one of the world’s five oceans. The team completed a mission to reach one of the most isolated points on the planet: the deepest point of the Java Trench in the Indian Ocean.