By Lauren Jade Hill
Luxury travel outfitter Natural World Safaris takes pride in tailoring truly extraordinary journeys to some of the natural world’s most wild locations. And now the travel specialist has announced the launch of Navigator, a part of the bespoke NWS Select service which places the focus on niche expeditions such as photographic safaris; Navigator focuses specifically on chartering expedition superyachts to far flung islands and the Polar Regions.
With a portfolio of Explorer Yachts designed for remote exploration, the Navigator expeditions can take in the Arctic and Antarctic, or private island retreats, enabling the people on board to reach remote regions of the world where some of the world’s most extraordinary wildlife can be seen.
Each of the expedition yachts combines the durability and efficiency that places them at the peak of marine engineering, with the comfort of each one’s luxurious interiors, room for tenders such as helicopters, and specialist features such as icebreaker hulls. Designed with both luxury and adventure in mind, these yachts afford an unparalleled expedition experience.
Among these, the Hanse Explorer combines the luxury of on-board gourmet meals, Finnish sauna, cozy bar and lounge area, with the ability to travel through the Polar Regions. Drumbeat is then designed for navigating the oceans, with five luxurious cabins, and an extensive range of watersports equipment, from a wakeboard, sea kayaks and water-skis to underwater sea scooters and fishing equipment.
Formerly a Barrier Reef mapping research vessel for the Australian Navy, Plan B has then been transformed into a modern and luxurious superyacht, with five cabins that make it ideal for small groups. In contrast, the Legend sleeps up to 26 guests, with luxurious interiors and the ability to travel to the planet’s most extreme locations. Finally, SuRi is a superyacht for those seeking adventure, as it comes with an expert crew and wealth of on-board water equipment.
To find out more about the bespoke Navigator journeys, go over to naturalworldsafaris.com.