Sailing superyacht Regina appeared in the 2012 James Bond film Skyfall, alongside Daniel Craig.
In the 23rd installment of the James Bond film franchise, Daniel Craig and actress Berenice Marlohe travel aboard the 56m steel schooner Regina (called Chimera in the film). The filming took place off of the coast of Turkey in fact taking Regina back to her birthplace; Bodrum, Turkey.
Charter Regina in the Med this summer rates start at 70,000/week
Some of the scenes, although meant to be shot on the yacht were recreated in other locations. The shower scene between the two, which is meant to take place on the yacht, was actually filmed at the Four Seasons Hotel London at Canary Wharf.
Built in 2011 by Pruva Yachting & Shipyard, this luxurious sailing yacht is the epitome of refined elegance, its interiors awash in polished mahogany and white lacquered surfaces, with plenty of natural light flooding the salons via full-length windows. The spacious main salon even features a white baby grand piano. Although Regina is well-equipped for leisurely chartering on calm seas, she is also prepared to handle rough sea conditions thanks to her two aluminum alloy masts and strong standing rigging.
She accommodates 12 guests across six staterooms (two master cabins with king-size bed, three guest cabins with double bed and one guest cabin with twin bed). Master cabins feature separate lounge and dressing rooms, and all cabins feature satellite TV, DVD and music system, individually controlled air conditioning, and private en suite bathrooms with shower and toilet.
Regina also boasts generous deck space that sweeps from bow to stern, where guests can sunbathe, or dine al fresco at one of two separate dining tables, one on the foredeck and one on the aft deck, each with seating for up to 12 guests. The aft deck also features a large daybed for sunbathing, and a casual wet bar.
Outdoor amenities include a three-person jet ski, wakeboard, sea kayaks, water skis, canoes, Zodiac dinghy, towing ring, and snorkeling equipment.
Regina is available for charter in the Eastern Mediterranean, (Greece, Turkey) from 70,000/week.