Octopus, one of the world’s largest and most impressive explorer yachts, is for the first time in her storied history now available to charter with Cookson Adventures, who will be working closely with the iconic yacht to create some industry-first adventures for its clients as she embarks on a world tour to some of the most remote corners of the globe.
This legendary 126 metre explorer yacht is one of the largest in the world. Having recently undergone an extensive refit, Octopus’ credentials for serious exploration include being Ice-classed with two helipads, a garage for two helicopters, storage for up to seven tenders, including an impressive 55’ Delta ‘tender’.
Guests can explore beneath the waves from the fully kitted-out dive centre or from the glass-bottomed observation lounge and in between adventures relax in the 15-seat cinema or luxurious spa. On the bridge deck, guests will find a heated freshwater swimming pool with a retractable glass floor that raises to deck level to provide an extended area for entertaining, as well as a stylish bar, spa pool and pizza oven.
Octopus will be available to charter world-wide in 2022, and we have highlighted some of the destinations she can be chartered in below. They are some of Cookson’s favourite places to explore and where the team has extensive expertise in being able to design some truly one-of-a-kind adventures.
In all these destinations, Cookson like to create impactful experiences with world-leading experts in marine science and conservation. It also ensures that all of its trips are carbon neutral.
Get in touch with our team to find out more about how the team can build out an extraordinary itinerary for you on one of the world’s most famed explorer yachts.
Antarctica: be immersed into the white continent’s icy wilderness.
Baja Sur: dive into the ‘world’s aquarium’ and get up close to some of the world’s most spectacular marine life.
Costa Rica: hop between beach-fringed islands and explore 800 miles of pristine coastline.
Greenland: discover granite-lined fjords, huge glaciers and truly unique wildlife.