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Explore Antarctica onboard 91.5m Tranquility
29th November 2022

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TRANQUILITY Luxury Motor Yacht for Charter | C&N
91.50m | Oceanco | 2014 (2023)
11 Cabins | 22 Guests | 31 Crew

From: US$ 1,600,000 p/w

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Explore Antarctica onboard 91.5m Tranquility

Experience the awe and wonder of the world’s southernmost continent. A vast, harshly beautiful land where the silence of creaking ice is broken by humpback whales surfacing as you slip past on one of the most luxurious vessels ever to cruise these waters.

Heading off the beaten track doesn’t quite describe the once-in-a-lifetime experience of chartering 91.5m Tranquility in Antarctica with Camper & Nicholsons.

From December 2023 until February 2024 Tranquility will be welcoming guests onboard to explore Antarctica’s frozen beauty and witness the region’s extraordinary wildlife in unparalleled luxury.

Launched in 2014 by Oceanco, Tranquility is well equipped for the harsh conditions of the Southern Ocean. It has a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles, is certified to Lloyd’s Ice Class E, and has state-of-the-art navigational equipment with sonars for detecting uncharted rocks and ice growlers. From The Northwest Passage and Greenland to the snow-topped fjords of northern Norway, Tranquility has had ample experience in cold weather cruising and is helmed by Finnish Captains, for whom ice water cruising is almost second nature.

Within Tranquility’s formidable exterior is an interior designed by Andrew Winch offering ultimate comfort. Finishes are ornate with marble, gold leaf, and wenge wood detailing complemented by glistening chandeliers and a Perspex piano in one of the two luxurious salons onboard. When guests return to the yacht after exploring the stark landscape in sub-zero temperatures they can relax and rejuvenate in Tranquility’s generous wellness area. This boasts a fully equipped fitness centre, experiential showers, a massage and treatment room, hair and beauty salon, Hammam steam room, and a Finnish sauna – perfect for warming up after an obligatory Polar plunge.


Tranquility sleeps 18 guests comfortably across 9 beautifully appointed staterooms, and up to 22 with the use of two convertible cabins. Guest could wake up with an elevated 180-degree view through floor-to-ceiling windows from the bridge deck suite, or can take a morning coffee on the private balcony of one of two VIP suites on the main deck. Not only does the ample accommodation allow families and friends to share this rare and unique experience with their nearest and dearest, but it too allows the inclusion of heli-ski guides, personal staff like a nanny, or naturalists and scientific experts should you wish to make the most of this exceptional location.

Tranquility joins a growing number of superyachts journeying to the far reaches of the planet to satisfy an increasing appetite for adventurous cruising. “We are all seeing a desire from clients to venture to these distant “untouched” parts of the world. Charter has evolved.” explains charter manager Nicole Terry. “Guests want to explore and have these once-in-a-lifetime experiences in parts of the world that only a superyacht can take you, and of course Tranquility is more than happy to oblige!”

Itineraries are built for each client’s desires and might include following in the footsteps of the daring early explorers on Deception Island, sailing past towering icebergs in the Antarctic Sound, or watching stunning displays of local wildlife.

They can expect to be awed by “the majestic untouched nature, the solitude, the silence, and the feeling of entering another world,” explains Tranquility’s Captain Jan Rautawaara, who is no stranger to these waters. “Being able to visit remote, desolate places, and to see some extraordinary wildlife is a true adventure,” he adds, hoping that bringing guests on an Antarctic expedition will “broaden our own understanding of nature and make us realise how important it is to preserve this fragile life around us.”

Tranquility will be available for charter in Antarctica from $1,600,000 per week from early December 2023 – late February 2024.