When it comes to experiential and adventure yacht travel, Jimmy Carroll (pictured) and Geordie Mackay-Lewis, the founders of Pelorus, are a go-to source. They and their team arrange a wide variety of yacht expeditions to destinations as diverse as Papua New Guinea and the Arctic Circle.
Named for the navigation tool resembling a compass, Pelorus has an equally diverse client base. Some superyacht owners and guests want to go deep-sea fishing in remote waters. Others, meanwhile, wish to assist conservationists and scientists in remote areas, for the education of a lifetime.
Carroll discusses these, as well as the logistics that Pelorus handles on behalf of people like you, in this episode of Megayacht News Radio. In addition, he explains:
- how Pelorus promotes areas that most people wouldn’t immediately consider as being off the beaten path
- why more people today are pursuing experiential travel than ever before
- how Pelorus tailors itineraries
- how he and his team ease clients’ minds in terms of the risks that sometimes come along with adventurous travels.
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If, after listening to this podcast, you find your appetite whetted for more, check out five must-experience destinations that Pelorus suggests.