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If you are looking for a different yachting experience, a little more adventure, should you embark on a yacht charter further afield and head to the far-flung lands, this section is for you.


Hawaii provides both a relaxing and adventure-driven break, its natural beauty is breathtaking: clear waters, golden sandy coves, tropical rainforests, verdant golf courses and snow capped mountains.

Oahu is where the timeless radiance of the islands meets the modern luxuries of today, with its white sandy beaches and turquoise waters. The island is home to the sophisticated Honolulu and to the famous Waikiki beach. 

Discover the huge variety of fish and invertebrates, green sea turtles, white-tip reef sharks, manta and eagle rays, Hawaiian spinner dolphins, Humpback whales, and more.

Enjoy hula dancing, Hawaiian history and culture at the Old Lahaina Luau in Maui.

Visit the Haleakala Crater at Haleakala National Park, a dormant volcano measuring 10,000 feet above sea level, it is Maui's highest point.

Relax and play some golf at the Experience at Koele and the Challenge at Manele.

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The Galápagos Islands, 1,000 kilometres off the coast of Ecuador, each of the 13 Galápagos Islands and the myriad inlets surrounding them has its own distinct ecosystem. These are populated with unique animal species: you can admire the lively courtship rituals of the blue-footed booby and watch as the giant 181-kilogram tortoise lumber slowly through the coastal marshes. 

You will encounter land iguanas dozing among the cactus, while at the water’s edge you’ll find penguins and marine iguanas – the only sea-going lizard in the world.

Discover the underwater and dive amongst exceptional sea life in crystal-clear waters, with sea lion and hammerhead shark, turtles, rays, mantas and reef fish just a few feet below you. Sunken volcanic craters provide shelter for shoals of vibrantly coloured fish and crustaceans. 

Cruise to Highlands, home of the iconic Galapagos giant tortoise, explore Los Gemelos, hardened lava sink holes, snorkel with playful sea lions at Champion Island. 

Punta Vicente Roca, on Isla Isabela, can be seen only from the water. The geological formations provide a beautiful backdrop for numerous nesting birds, including blue-footed and Nazca boobies, gulls, storm petrels, and brown noddy terns. 

A luxury yacht charter through the Galápagos is a remarkable experience for all, but for nature-lovers, it is the ultimate dream. 

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Cruising the Amazon explore one of the world’s most rewarding wildlife. Journey deep into the heart of the largest rainforest on Earth, a mystical realm of boundless biodiversity where physical and spiritual worlds entwine, a primeval domain still ruled by the jaguar, home to giant snakes, towering trees and uncontacted tribes hiding in plain sight. 

Witness the playful pink river dolphins in the headwaters of the Amazon in Peru‘s Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, or perhaps you prefer the Amazon River’s lesser-traveled backwaters in Bolivia and explore three kinds of tropical forest, or maybe catch a rare glimpse of the Amazonian manatee in the Anavilhanas National Park of the Brazilian Amazon.

Whatever the country, exploring the Amazon by yacht means you will get to experience the magnificent ecosystem of the remote reaches of this fairytale forest.

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Incredible cruising grounds will take you past beautiful glaciers and the playgrounds of whales and dolphins. Sitting at the base of both Chile and Argentina, Patagonia is home to a diverse landscape, from lush forests to dazzling glaciers to rocky volcano-laden mountains.

The Argentinian city of Ushuaia is at the southernmost tip of the continent, a quaint settlement which is capital of Tierra del Fuego. Superyachts can be placed in an area nicknamed as ‘The End of the World’, a gateway to Antarctica.

El Calafate has been declared as Argentina’s national capital of glaciers. 

San Carlos de Bariloche, or Bariloche, is Argentina’s answer to the Swiss Alps experience.

If you’re thirsty for more adventure, your crew can arrange for local guides to take you heli-fishing, heli-kayaking or even heli-skiing in this pristine wilderness.

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Antarctica is known for its breath-taking scenery, diverse wildlife and scientific discovery.

Venture into the deep water of Paradise Bay in a submersible and visit Trinity Island, home to various penguin breeding colonies, to discover how they thrive. Cruise to Enterprise Island to see humpbacks and orcas before skiing down heavily glaciated mountains above fjords stubbed with icebergs.

Heli to Mount Shackleton to watch the sun set in a part of the world that so few have seen before. Explore old whaling stations, go in search of shipwrecks and discover what life is like for those who live at Antarctic research stations permanently. See the Gentoo penguin rookery at Jougla Point, spot nesting blue-eyed shags at Port Lockroy.  On Paulet Island or Devil Island, take time to visit the Adelié penguin colonies.

Set your first foot on the continental mainland of Antarctica at Neko Harbour. 

Hannah Point on Livingston Island is wildlife watching point: giant petrel, kelp gulls and cormorants, elephant seals and Fur seals.

FCY will create your bespoke luxury Antarctica expeditions, using our network of experts to design your private yacht charter alongside unique experiences.  

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