Cruising above the stunning coastline start your adventure touching down in Cape Leveque via a light plane from Broome where you will head to the Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm for a private tour of the oldest operating Pearl farm, offering insight into some of the world’s most sought-after pearls. Mid-morning the crew will welcome you aboard Phoenix One where you can settle in and enjoy the changing landscape as we cruise past the Iron Islands towards Talbot Bay. Explore Crock Creek by tender for a refreshing swim and opportunity to fish.
TAKE AN INTIMATE VOYAGE OF THE ICONIC KIMBERLEY REGION ON A LUXURY SUPERYACHT!
Join us on a book by the cabin YOTSPACE superyacht voyage as we navigate the dramatic oceans and rivers of Northern Australia and the famous Kimberley region in Western Australia. With only eight guests and five crew onboard the luxury 35t superyacht, our guests are guaranteed a cruise that is highly personalised and a voyage of discovery that will be cherished for a lifetime. For 6 nights and 7 days, the Captain and crew of Phoenix One will show you some of the most majestic sites from the private decks of your luxury 115ft superyacht.
Enjoy your time swimming in refreshing water holes, dropping a line to catch fish or putting in a crab pot to catch a delicious mud crab. Play with the marine life or join the crew hiking in search of the best scenic lookouts and waterfalls. Whilst you are out and about on the land enjoying yourselves, the rest of the crew will be behind the scenes attending to your cabins, setting up for special meals and creating the most exclusive gastronomic delights for your return to the superyacht.
On our Broome to Prince Frederick Harbour YOTSPACE superyacht voyage we will visit all the iconic locations such as Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, Talbot Bay, Montgomery Reef, Camden Harbour, Gwion Gwion rock art, Prince Regent and Prince Frederick Harbours along with many more iconic regions in the Kimberleys. The yacht crew will take you on guided walks to swim in waterholes, see the historical Aboriginal paintings and observe the local wildlife.