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The World’s Most Luxurious Superyachts for Charter

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Are you looking to dive into the ocean of luxury, comfort and extravagance in style? Here this blog will introduce you to some of the world’s most expensive superyachts, available for yacht charter right now. So make your vacation truly memorable onboard a mega-sized luxury yacht. Whatever is the occasion, from an ultimate yacht party to fun-filled family charters, or friend’s get-together with the latest toys, these opulently designed charters have it all for you!

Flying Fox Yacht

From €3,000,000 per week

Stats: 136 metres, Lürssen, 2019, 36 guests, 54 crew

The mostly seen cruising through the eastern and western regions of the Mediterranean, Flying Fox tops the list of phenomenal superyachts. Introduced in 2019, she has 54 crew, nine tenders, and 11 cabins, each with its own private sea terrace. It exhibits impressive numbers to boast of her capacity for any level of yacht charter. Additionally, it showcases a 12-metre swimming pool, an observation lounge with circular skylights, a gigantic spa spanning over two floors, creating an extraordinary atmosphere for ultimate indulgence in the middle of the sea. Flying Fox is a delight for foodies for the great dining options it serves. The yacht has a Teppanyaki grill, rotisserie oven, BBQ and spits roast tandoori oven in its kitchen to suit the different taste buds.

Octopus Yacht

From $2,200,000 per week

Stats: 126.2 metres, Lürssen, 2003, 26 guests, 63 crew

Octopus was resold in 2021 to an unnamed buyer and is available for charter and explorations. Built by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the yacht was launched in 2003. It is 126 metres long and one of the largest superyachts in the world. Colossal in size, it has plenty of space onboard for amenities. Octopus is fully equipped for rescue missions, scientific research projects and exploration. It features two helipads and a hangar, storage for up to eight tenders, an ROV, Triton submarines and a fully-equipped dive centre. Along with its eight decks, this giant sea beauty also projects a glass-bottomed underwater observation lounge, a heated freshwater swimming pool, a cinema and multiple Jacuzzis, bars and alfresco entertainment zones.

Being an explorer-capable yacht with an ice-classed hull and cruising range of 12,500 nautical miles, Octopus is heavily equipped for adventurous charterers across the world. Its previous cruising destinations are Antarctica, the Northwest Passage and the Philippines.

Dream Yacht

From €2,000,000 per week

Stats: 106.5 metres, Haliç Tersaneleri, 1997, 36 guests, 40 crew

First launched as a passenger ship in 1997, Dream surfaced from an extensive refit in 2018 by Olympic Yacht Services and designers Giorgio Vafiadis and Ciarmoli Queda Studio. Interior spaces are spread across six decks and well-equipped for glamorous events and parties, with dining spaces, including a unique Teppanyaki hot table, for up to 44 guests. Other facilities include a spa, cinema, sundeck infinity pool, a business centre with a boardroom, a helipad and a beach club stocked with diving gear.

The Dream is mostly seen exploring Greece and its islands during charter seasons.

Lana Yacht

From €1,800,000 per week

Stats: 107 metres, Benetti, 2020, 12 guests, 34 crew

Introduced by Benetti, Lana has been perfectly designed to bring guests from the parts of the globe to its ultimate ambience. It is spacious and the best option to spend your vacation in complete luxury and opulence. It features a cinema room, a gym, a spa pool on the sun deck, a helipad and a garage equipped with exciting water toys and gear. You will also find an enormous beach club along with a hammam and a massage section for those who seek spa and massage treatments from the expert therapists on board.

Lana is seen chiefly cruising the Mediterranean sea, close to the coasts of Italy and Montenegro.

Lady S Yacht

From €1,470,000 per week

Stats: 93 metres, Feadship, 2019, 12 guests, 33 crew

Lady S is something that every sailing enthusiast would like to experience. It has striking features, including a two-deck IMAX theatre, a swimming pool, and a fully certified helipad. In addition, lady S is equipped with many sports facilities for volleyball, football, golf and basketball lovers. Her Reymond Langton interior is simply stunning and leaves every guest awestruck.

Lady S is found in the Mediterranean during the summer and The Bahamas and the Caribbean during the winter months.

Kismet Yacht

From €1,200,000 per week

Stats: 95.2 metres, Lürssen, launched 2014, 12 guests and 28 crew.

Kismet is known for its high-end entertainment features. It was built by Shahid Khan, owner of Fulham Football Club and the Jacksonville Jaguars. The expansive yacht stands out with an attention-grabbing interior by Reymond Langton. In addition, it boasts a very soothing exterior that gives it a unique look. You can choose to relax on the bamboo swing on the side deck or lay down by the on-deck fire pit to make your vacation most revitalising. It is a perfect option for a luxury yacht charter to places of your choice.

However, Kismet can be chartered in the Caribbean during winters and the Mediterranean during the summers.

These are the few most popular yachts that can make your yachting trip memorable and wonderful.

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