Two of the world’s leaders in ocean exploration have joined forces to push the boundaries of underwater conservation and research and embark on critical citizen science missions to the farthest reaches of the planet.
New! Experience Next Level Heli Skiing in Greenland with Bode Miller and Chris Davenport April 24-May 1, 2023 Aboard Nansen Explorer
EYOS is excited to announce that Bode Miller and Chris Davenport will be special guest guides for one of our heli-ski expeditions to Greenland this spring -- a not-to-be-missed opportunity.
EYOS CEO Ben Lyons is back from 5 days as a guest aboard Octopus. While EYOS has worked with Octopus many times before, this was his first time as a guest on board. Since it's the yacht we, the office-bound EYOS daydreamers love best, we peppered Ben with questions and came away with a rewardingly personal 'insider' perspective to share.
Explorer Victor Vescovo, Founder of Caladan Oceanic, completed the first ever human descents to the deepest points of both the Yap and Palau trenches. The maximum depth recorded at the lowest point reached in the Yap Trench was 8,929 meters +/- 9 meters and in the Palau Trench, 8,027 +/- 9 meters.
Esri's Dawn Wright successfully dives Challenger Deep at 10,909 meters with Explorer Victor Vescovo. The expedition to the deepest point on Earth will collect images and data advancing marine science and conservation.
Next summer, EYOS Expeditions, the world leader in private superyacht experiences that take travelers to the remote corners of the earth, will relaunch itineraries in the Arctic on the recently redesigned Hanse Explorer. Bespoke journeys in the region might include cruising through iceberg-covered fjords, hiking on glaciers, and cruising through pack ice in search of white whales, polar bears, and walruses. The long days of the Arctic summer are the ideal time to discover the region, bringing about intense wildlife activity and changing landscapes with beautiful colors and contrasts.
Explorer Victor Vescovo (Founder of Caladan Oceanic) and EYOS Expeditions today announced the discovery of the wreck of USS Destroyer Escort Samuel B. Roberts (DE-413), known colloquially as the 'Sammy B' on 22nd June, 2022.
This illustrates what you can experience on a 7-day expedition. Wish to arrive at a different destination, experience more of the region or add the South Pole to your yacht expedition? The EYOS team can custom tailor an itinerary of any length and with any custom options.
EYOS Expeditions today welcomes the news of the discovery of Ernest Shackleton’s historic ship, Endurance, 106 years after it sank in the Antarctic, at nearly 10,000 feet in waters that are among the iciest on Earth.
EYOS Expeditions, the world leader in private superyacht experiences, today announced new departures to Antarctica and the South Pacific on the superyacht Hanse Explorer following a multimillion-dollar redesign by Partnership Design and AROS Marine.
Victor Vescovo dives the Kermadec Trench (South Pacific), successfully completing dives to all four of the South Pacific's deepest trenches for the first time, and the first person to dive all four of the world's 10,000-meter trenches.
EYOS, the world leader in private superyacht experiences, in partnership with Nansen Polar Expeditions, announces new departures to Antarctica and the Arctic in 2022 where travelers will be able to book an individual cabin or fully charter the yacht.
EYOS Expeditions, the world’s foremost provider of private yacht expeditions, and Nansen Polar Expeditions, have joined forces on a long-term strategic alliance coinciding with Nansen’s recent fleet expansion. Together, EYOS and Nansen will combine their collective experience to introduce a new expedition yacht experience in the polar regions.
Next up in our quest to share with the world a deeper look into the people of EYOS Expeditions, we speak with Director of Expedition Operations & Undersea Projects, Kelvin Murray.
Last August, I sat in a small black inflatable boat prepping equipment on a gently-rolling Arctic sea just below 80 degrees North. “How long will the descent be?”, asked one of my colleagues. “About an hour and a half”, I replied; “It’s a shallow dive, only about five and a half thousand meters…” We stopped ourselves and laughed – when did 5,500 meters become a ‘shallow dive?’