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IN SEARCH OF THE NORTHERNMOST

Point of Earth

A magnificent and inspiring luxury cruise in the Arctic circle to reach the North Pole while discovering first-hand the reality of global warming.

A DESERT OF ICE AND SNOW

It is certainly a dream for many that few can accomplish. Reaching the North Pole is and will always be an extraordinary adventure that takes explores to experience a surreal feeling when standing (and walking) on a majestic desert of ice and snow. 

 

This was the dream of two families and we succeeded to fulfilling it.

It took us almost six month planning and to get everything right and then we needed to find the right time to start the trip so we could bring together all their dreams

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There is nowhere like the high Arctic for such a surreal vacation; the sheer desolation and splendour of the scenery is beyond description.

 

If you have travelled the World and think you have seen majestic landscapes, a trip to the Arctic Circle may well surpass your expectations as there is no place on earth so humbling, so thought-provoking, and so completely beautiful.

 

We created this two-week cruise for two families as an incredible opportunity for them to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience they will never forget. A trip beyond majesty to the most remote place on earth while witnessing firsthand the climate crisis humanity faces.

 

From Svalbard Islands to the shores of Greenland and finally an expedition in search of the geographic North Pole, we created a luxurious adventure onboard one of the most magnificent superyacht explorers that took us to discover the glaciers of the Arctic Circle, the Northern Lights and the incredible polar wildlife including swimming with Orcas.

 

It was a chance to walk in the footsteps of legendary explorers (alongside one of them) and be amazed by the breathtaking beauty of this unique region while exploring the reality of Global Warming with some leading experts and glaciers researchers. 

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Image by Jeremy Bishop
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A CHALLENGE IN FROZEN WATERS

One of the biggest challenges we faced for this trip was that we had to bring everything with us and found ourselves operating without a "safety net", as improvising or fixing a program in the go is simply impossible when you are in such a remote region.

We worked closely with one of our partners and with the crew of the superyacht explorer we chartered for the occasion to triple-check everything before the departure.

Our trip finally involved a magnificent superyacht and a support vessel with countless water toys and equipment, including two submarines and two helicopters.

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