If you know where to look, there are plenty of charter deals and discounts to be found for a spontaneous, last-minute getaway. To save time, we’ve done the research and tracked down all the best deals on the market, including these superyacht charter discounts, special rates and last-minute offers that are available right now...
Stats: 49.07m, Trinity, 2009 (2021), 12 guests, 10 crew
The deal: Special Caribbean rate of $180,000 per week during April, rather than the usual $220,000.
Highlights: When she was delivered in 2009, under the name Blind Date, this 50-metre Trinity was straight in the running for the 2010 World Superyacht Awards, receiving a special commendation for her exceptional fit-out and innovative layout. Having recently returned to the charter fleet after a refit that saw all new lighting and designer accessories, Ocean Club has retained her high calibre. She remains an elegant superyacht with wooden panelled interiors and neutral soft furnishings designed by Evan K. Marshall.
With plenty of space out on deck, Ocean Club is an excellent choice for those looking to make the most of the Caribbean sun, with a Jacuzzi, fully stocked bar and sun pads on the sundeck. Her toy box is also up there with the best and brimming with SeaBobs, Kayaks, electric bikes and four WaveRunners.
Ocean Club is available to charter with IYC at a weekly rate from $220,000 excluding the deal.
Stats: 55m, Amels, 2017, 12 guests, 13 crew
The deal: 15 per cent off on seven-day charters between 21 March and April
Highlights: Designed by world-renowned, Tim Heywood with interiors by Laura Sessa, there is a reason why the Amels Limited Editions, remains the most successful series in superyacht history. With outstanding exterior spaces, a well-proportioned profile and sizeable interior volume, the 55-metre yacht is a remarkable charter yacht for 12 guests looking for a final escapade to the Caribbean. Amigos’ effervescent interiors follow a monochromatic and neutral colour scheme, with cream carpets, polished wooden surfaces and flecks of soft blue furnishings.
Accommodation on board is for 12 guests across six well-appointed cabins including her impressive full-beam master on the bridge deck, which has its own private terrace. A fine choice for a wellness charter, this 55-metre has a fully stocked gym including a treadmill and TRX Pro equipment and a Turkish Hammam in the beach club.
Amigos is available to charter with Edmiston at a weekly rate from $295,000 excluding the deal.
Stats: 65m, Benetti, 2011 (2021), 12 guests, 17 crew
The deal: 20 per cent discount in March for charter in the Bahamas
Highlights: Deeply elegant with her monochromatic neutral colour palate by illustrious design studio RWD and Susan Young Interiors, Seanna recently had an upgrade in 2021 and returns as a shining example of some of Benetti’s finest work. With accommodation for 12 guests across seven cabins, there is plenty of space for entertaining on board and spaces like the library with a fully working fireplace.
Among her list of impressive spaces is the elegant aft beach club. Featuring a sofa and a large swim platform, it offers easy access to the water and a comfortable place to unwind. The cosy custom Benetti was designed for family life at sea, and this is an ideal spot for the kids to frolic in the water.
Seanna is available to charter with Burgess with a weekly rate from €434,000 excluding the deal.
Stats: 45.3m, Picchiotti, 1990 (2022), 12 guests, 9 crew
The deal: 20 per cent discount for March bookings in the Caribbean.
Highlights: Hot on the heels of her 2022 refit, Natalia V has returned to the charter fleet with an all-new interior completed by world-renowned designer Tino Zervudachi. Having worked on projects such as London’s National and National Portrait Galleries, and the Victoria & Albert Museum, Zervudachi’s interiors tend to fizz with elegance, and Natalia V is no exception. The 45-metre now has bright, more classical interiors with natural wood finishes throughout. Accommodation on board is for 12 across five cabins and there’s plenty of dining space out on deck.
For long afternoons basking in the Caribbean sun, Natalia V’s sundeck is the perfect place to be, swilling in the Jacuzzi, which is surrounded by oversized sun pads. There’s more dining space on deck and a projector for movie nights under the stars.
Natalia V is available to charter with IYC with a weekly rate of $145,000 excluding the deal.
Stats: 70.6m, Royal Denship, 2002/2022, 12 guests, 20 crew
The deal: Force Blue is offering a discounted rate of €250,000 per week plus expenses for charters of one-week minimum between 6 and 31 March 2023.
Highlights: Fresh from an extensive refit in 2022, Force Blue has returned to the charter market once more. With the capacity to host 60 seated guests, and an incredible 300-350 guests quayside, Force Blue is certainly the entertainer’s choice and among the finest vessels to host parties on board, as well as relaxing family charters. She also features one of the fleet’s most impressive spas, complete with a steam shower, hammam, mud bath, sauna, and hydro massage hot tub, and you can even opt for a dedicated masseuse and beautician to join the crew for round-the-clock treatments. It is no surprise that 70 per cent of her guests are repeat clients.
On board, there is a vast sea-level lounge and sunbathing area and an extended swim platform, perfect for long afternoons frolicking in the water. And, thanks to her jam-packed toybox including a Flyboard, hoverboard, wave runners, jet skis, water skis, sea bobs, and paddle boards, there is never a dull moment on the water.
Force Blue is available to charter with Fraser starting from €330,000 per week, excluding the deal.
Stats: 47m, Benetti, 2010/2022, 12 guests, 12 crew
The deal: A 10 per cent reduction and the extension of the reduced 5.2 per cent VAT for May charters in Greece.
Highlights: Fresh out of the shipyard after an extensive refit, which included a brand-new interior, Africa I is off to Greece this season. A popular choice with celebrities, the 47 metre was the charter yacht of choice for Cristiano Ronaldo in 2019. The main deck saloon is open-plan with panoramic windows giving excellent views, an L-shaped seating area, a low coffee table, a library, and a fully stocked bar. Out on deck, Africa I is primed for entertaining offering excellent spaces for al fresco cocktails on the aft deck.
Africa I is available to charter with IYC starting from €200,000 per week.
Stats: 70.5m, Turquoise Yachts, 2011, 12 guests, 19 crew
The deal: Enjoy a 30 per cent discount on low-season bookings in the Indian Ocean.
Highlights: If you’re looking for a family-orientated charter, then look no further than Talisman C. Designed with family fun at its very core, the 70-metre was created with huge deck space, toy storage, and 1560GT of interior volume. Up on the sundeck, Talisman C has a huge Jacuzzi and a sit-up bar, perfect for sundowners, as well as a shaded al fresco dining area with plenty of space aft for activities and a 50-inch screen for movie nights. Taking it one step further, the 70 metre also has a spectacular crow’s nest with removable awnings and glass screens for even more incredible vistas. Inside, things are open and elegant, with black lacquered wood and marble finishes, but the vibe remains welcoming and family-friendly. Take the staircase up to the upper deck, and you’ll stumble upon an additional lounge, which doubles as a karaoke room.
Upon opening the toy locker, hidden behind shell doors, you'll discover a Novurania Chase 23 for getting ashore, plus a Ski Nautique Super Air Nautique 230 for waterskiing and tow toys. Add to that three Sea-Doos, four SeaBobs, kitesurfing kit among much more.
Talisman C is available for charter with Burgess starting from $567,000 per week at her normal rate.
Stats: 30.5m, Jongert, 1991 (2019), 9 guests, 4 Crew
The deal: Enjoy 10 days for the price of seven for this Caribbean season
Highlights: Delivered just over 31 years ago, Afaet is no stranger to the charter market, offering classic interiors and a dual cockpit arrangement, perfect for keen sailors. After an all-encompassing refit in 2019, the 30.4-metre was virtually unrecognisable upon emerging from her yard stint and returned to the water as a contemporary sailing yacht with fresh open spaces. There are two main living areas on board, the main saloon and a semi-enclosed deck saloon, which has a 12-seater table, and four cabins, one of which has a Pullman, located aft.
When at anchor, there is plenty of space to relax upon her fresh new teak, and there are a host of water toys on board to keep the adrenaline pumping, including Seabobs, kayaks and wakeboards.
Afaet is available to charter with IYC at a weekly rate from $39,000 excluding the deal.