The Atmosphere calls on ports in the middle of nowhere that appeal to lovers of the sporting life. If you can envision a more perfect day in the Patagonian fjords, tell the crew. They’ll fly you wherever the ship’s helicopter can land.
The Patagonian fjords teem with life. Scouting for adventure in rivers, lagoons and lakes, the Atmosphere covers six hundred nautical miles along Chile’s coastline, from the bay of Puerto Montt to Taitao peninsula.
This sporting vessel is geared up to go anywhere and do everything. It’s outfitted with kayaks, fly fishing gear, and a bright red helicopter.
The dawn brings new sights and sports. In the morning the copter soars over snowcapped volcanoes; in the afternoon, it lands in the Patagonian rainforest near a natural hot spring.
The Zodiac zips guests up a stream to a remote trailhead that leads into a thick, evergreen rainforest where trees are 4,000 years old. Guides keep an eagle-eye on the trail, stopping to point out cougar tracks, midget deer camouflaged among the trees or other sights difficult to spot.
The boat is also equipped for evening socializing, and time to savor the day’s adrenaline rushes.
Passengers retire either to the thalassotherapy pools on the upper desk, or to the stern for cigars and cognac.
Throughout the evening meal, haute cuisine, never before seen in this part of the world, emerge from the galley; each course paired with reserve wines from Chile. Operated by Nomads of the Seas, the mega-yacht accommodates 28 passengers in 10 twin cabins and four king cabins located on two decks.
— CT Editors