Crystal Endeavor has been conceptualized as the first-ever luxury Polar Class expedition megayacht which is also being celebrated as the largest and most spacious megayacht afloat.

Measuring 600 feet (183 meters) long, the 25,000 gross ton new build has been designed to float with 100 guest suites. Exclusively planned for global expedition in the Earth’s polar regions and tropical conditions, Crystal Endeavor will debut in August of 2018. Named after Captain James Cooks’ research ship “HMS Endeavour,” it will cater to a niche daring audience, who values luxurious comfort and amenities as much as life-changing adventures.

Fitted with state-of-the-art tech features, Crystal Endeavor will cruise in the Arctic; then follow the route of migrating whales along the coast of the Americas and Europe to Antarctica during the winter.

The 200-guest capacity Crystal Endeavor will offer extreme adventures by air, sea and land as it will sail with a range of toys including helicopters, landing pads for flightseeing expeditions, 7-person submarines, electric amphibious zodiacs, jet skis, wave runners, kayaks, fishing facilities, paddle boards, snorkeling and scuba equipment, recompression chamber, dive support tender and a multi-person ATV. To up the ante, Crystal Endeavor will also be equipped with SEABOBs, the world’s most technically advanced and powerful underwater scooter.

Setting a new bar for expedition luxury travel, it will also sail with the largest guest suites of any megayacht afloat. Other noteworthy luxury features include, Crystal’s signature Palm Court, Spa and Conservatory space, Yoga, Pilates, Salon and Wellness Center, Jacuzzis, an infinity pool, a 200-seat theater as well as various dining options.

With the bookings opening in late 2016, Crystal Endeavour also boasts of line’s acclaimed butler service which means a one-to-one crew-to-guest ratio, with 200 crew members serving the 200 guests on board.

Source: Pursuitist     Photos: Artist's Concept, pursuitist.com

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