Superyacht expedition specialist EYOS Expedition has teamed up with air charter specialist Chapman Freeborn to offer clients unique opportunities to visit some of the earth's most remote locations.

The collaboration of the superyacht and aviation industry's charter specialists will allow clients to visit those destinations that are not always accessible by other means, adding the luxurious element. Clients will be able to travel by private jet to key destinations with Chapman Freeborn, suited to their specific and often busy schedule, before boarding a luxury expedition superyacht and travelling to some of the world's most unique and breathtaking destinations.

"When you relate Chapman Freeborn's air charter expertise and capabilities with what EYOS Expeditions is able to offer, the result is a truly unique relationship," commented Alex Berry, Chapman Freeborn sales and marketing director. "After an exhilarating experience in one of the most remote regions on earth with EYOS, returning clients have access to all the conveniences of private jet charter through Chapman Freeborn, working to their own time schedule and enjoying absolute comfort, privacy and relaxing on their way home."

Ben Lyons, chief executive officer of EYOS Expeditions, added: "EYOS offers true, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, whether watching a curious polar bear approach the yacht across the frozen sea or experiencing the joy of having a forty-tonne whale surface nearby your Zodiac. Collaborating with Chapman Freeborn will give us the capability and resources to ensure our guests' exceptional experiences continue until the moment they reach home."

EYOS Expeditions' first trip of 2014 is a 10-night expedition from Bodo, Norway to Svalbard and its 24,000 square miles of arctic wilderness, with other likely expeditions for 2014 including Greenland, Iceland, the Antarctic and a crossing of the Northwest Passage.


An example of some of the scenery offered by EYOS Expeditions during its charter with superyacht Hanse Explorer.

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