Expedition Yachts currently on the market

177' 1961 "ITASCA"

ITASCA is a world cruiser with a 7,500 nm range, a helipad with refuelling station and an array of tenders and toys.

193' 1974 AMELS EXPEDTION YACHT AKULA

Formerly a Dutch navy pilot vessel "Akula" was converted to a world cruising explorer yacht in 1999 at the Vosper Thornycraft shipyard. 

193' seawolf

193' 1957 SEAWOLF

Originally built in the Netherlands as an ocean going tug called ‘CLYDE’, SEAWOLF was beautifully converted to a superyacht in Astilleros de Palma in Mallorca from 1998 to 2004 and further upgraded and converted in 2008 and 2010.  

220' global explorer yacht

220' GLOBAL

Global Shadow offers accommodation for up to 12 

guests in 6 suites comprising 1 owner cabin, 4 double cabins, and 1twin cabin. She is also capable of 

carrying up to 13 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed 

luxury yacht experience.

All surveys and ship’s papers are in order and vessel 

is well maintained by the Captain that has been with her since day one. 

174' explorer expedition yacht latitude

174' LATITUDE

Latitude was German built as an Ice Class supply boat (OSV), converted and refit 2003 thru 2006 into a 

fantasticExpedition yacht with a first class yacht

 interior.  She has recently returned from an 

extended three year exploration and fishing 

adventure in Tahiti and the far Pacific. 

130' expedition explorer yacht

130' PHOENIX

PHOENIX was built as a robust steel North Sea trawler at Davie Shipyard in Quebec, Canada where she 

fishedsuccessfully for 30 years. PHOENIX then went

 through a generous '04  '08, $10m+ extensive rebuild at Rockland Marinein Maine. Everything was stripped and replaced or renewed with new equipment and a yacht interior. PHOENIX retains herutility orientated, 

commercially capable, explorer appeal.

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