Greenland combines magnificent and dramatic vistas, a light that is so bright and clear, and a raw and powerful natural beauty. The world’s biggest non-continental island, Greenland is an unforgettable destination for a luxury yacht charter. It is a country of contrasts despite the fact that 80% of its land is covered by a sweeping expanse of ice. Verdant meadows meet rugged peaks, and an abundant and diverse wildlife surround postcard-perfect villages with prettily painted colourful wooden houses.
ABOUT GREENLAND YACHT CHARTERS
A luxury yacht charter in Greenland can be as exiting and invigorating as you wish. Enjoy the fresh polar air from the deck of your megayacht as you cruise through a sculpted show of majestic icebergs. Kayak past immense walls of aquamarine ice. Dive shipwrecks and discover an eerie other world under floating icebergs. Spot whales, narwhals, walrus and polar bears as you tour the imposing fjord lined coasts by tender. Travel effortlessly and silently across the ice-blue frozen fjords on a dog sled excursion or don your skis and take on the thrilling couloirs with their steep descents to finish back at the turquoise seas. Soak up the midnight sun or spend an afternoon exploring inland mountain-scapes of Greenland by helicopter.
However Greenland is not all adventure; it is also all about peace and tranquility. It is the perfect destination if you want to press pause in your busy lives. The incredible quiet offers an opportunity for heavenly rest and relaxation when you retreat back onboard your superyacht to enjoy the luxury and pampering awaiting you there.
Kangerlussuaq is the gateway to Greenland. The heaths, salt lakes and mountain tundra that surround here host a diverse wildlife such as caribou, musk oxen and arctic fox.
Disko Bay to the north is a coastline filled with glaciers and icefields with imposing mountains and a raw, wild landscape. Again it is home to a variety of wildlife including humpback whales, seals and walrus.
Ilulissat was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2004. The 110-metre-thick glacier here feeds the bay with gigantic icebergs everyday. Watching & listening to this is truly a site to behold – mother nature at her most powerful.
The charming & attractive town of Aasiaat is a patchwork of colourful houses dotting the land. It offers a rare insight into the Inuit people of Greenland where their traditional values and culture are a counterpoint to the modern amenities found here.
Kangaamiut is a delightful village found at the mouth of Eternity Fjord dominated by one of Greenland’s most striking fjords and home to rich fishing waters.
Greenland is a truly exceptional destination made immeasurably better by being on a luxury expedition superyacht. Modern five star service and amenities surrounded by a dazzingly amount of raw, untouched nature.