From majestic Norwegian fjords to far flung shores in the Chesterfield Islands, explore the world in style.
DAYDREAM – FOR CHARTER
Pristine, rugged and utterly breathtaking: with its majestic fjords and unspoilt coastline, Norway is an explorer’s paradise.
Refitted in 2012, 46.2m Daydream is ready for an adventure in the rarely chartered Norwegian and Baltic Seas. You can cruise the immaculate glacial waters from Ålesund north to Molde, or south to the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site Geiranger Fjord, with its Seven Sisters waterfall. Inland, there is Jostedal Glacier – the largest in Europe, it dates back thousands of years to the last ice age and can be hiked or skied across.
One of a small handful of superyachts in the region, Daydream offers full luxury service for 10 guests, including an on-deck Jacuzzi, from which you can watch the rocky shores and emerald-green mountains of the Fjordland.
BLACK PEARL – FOR SALE
Lose yourself on a reclusive expedition to the uninhabited Chesterfield Islands – your chance to channel both Robinson Crusoe and Jacques Cousteau at once. Located about halfway between New Caledonia and Australia, the mainly coral-sand cays make up an archipelago 120km long and 70km wide, with a 3,500sq km lagoon. Dive the numerous shipwrecks and take in the outstanding sea life, which includes humpback whales in winter.
With the 31.4m Black Pearl as your base, you can enjoy the relatively undiscovered area on a superyacht that is ideally set up for extended isolated cruising with up to 10 guests aboard. Having recently completed a year-long cruise of the Pacific, delivered by Diverse Projects Ltd in 2011, the superyacht is now ready to take on a new owner’s daring ideas