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The best yacht charter deals available now

26 September 2023 • Written by Georgia Boscawen

If you know where to look, there are plenty of charter deals and discounts to be found for a spontaneous, last-minute getaway on a superyacht. To save time, we’ve done the research and tracked down all the best deals on the market, including these superyacht charter discounts, fill-the-gap special rates and last-minute offers that are available right now...

Magna Grecia

Stats: 63.8m, Elsflether Werft, 1986 (2019), 12 guests, 15 crew

The Deal: 15 percent discount for all remaining summer weeks

Highlights: Built by German yard, Elsflether Werft in 1986, the steel and aluminium vessel underwent a 24-month rebuild in 2019, which won the Judges' commendation for the best rebuild in the World Superyacht Awards 2020. Her entirely new interior is by Francesco Paszkowski, and is now fresh and modern, with a light colour palette and wood-panelled walls. She also has a new cinema lounge with a light-up bar area that can convert into a dining room. And for those who need to keep business affairs ticking over, there is a separate office on the main deck endowed with Hermes furniture. An excellent choice for fun-loving guests too, Magna Grecia's new sundeck has been fitted with a wet bar and disco lights, perfect for parties in the Eastern Med.

Magna Grecia is available to charter with Burgess with a weekly rate from €329,000 excluding the deal.


Stats: 90m, Oceanco, 2018, 12 guests, 31 crew

The Deal: 15 percent discount for October charters

Highlights: Since she was delivered in 2018, the world has looked on in awe at her extraordinary glass atrium, constructed of seamless black glass that encloses the superstructure. In fact, Dar has around 390 square metres of glass in the superstructure alone, not counting doors and hull windows. Once inside, the result is said to be like floating in mid-air, with no boundaries or distortion and complete privacy, so there is a reason that she’s up there with the very finest superyachts to charter.

Designed by Luiz de Basto, Dar’s exteriors are inspired by that of a hammerhead shark, with a well-balanced flowing profile, shapely wing stations (representing its wide-set eyes) and dorsal, fin-style mast. She remains one of the most recognisable vessels in the fleet today, turning heads wherever she goes. With this deal, you can now charter one of the most expensive yachts on the charter market at a significantly reduced price.

Dar is available to charter with Edmiston with a weekly rate from €1,200,000 excluding the deal. 


Stats: 39.3m, Tansu, 2016 (refit in 2020), 10 guests, 6 crew

The Deal: 15 percent discount on charters in the Bahamas and Caribbean between now and mid-April

Highlights: Instantly recognisable, S7 (ex Sexy Fish) is certainly a head-turner with her angular, utilitarian exterior and beamy, beach house-inspired living spaces. Built and designed by Tansu, this striking vessel was designed with guest comfort in mind, with state-of-the-art electric stabilisers and thrusters as well as a hydraulic system created to reduce noise and vibrations. True to her utilitarian exteriors, S7’s interiors are minimalist with a monochromatic palette and contemporary furniture. Out on deck, things are just as impressive with a surprising amount of space thanks to her elongated aft deck. The sundeck also has a central bar with panoramic views and a retractable roof, as well as large sunpads for basking in the Mediterranean sun.

S7 is available to charter with TWW Yachts with a weekly rate from €126,000 excluding the deal.


Stats: 60m, CRN, 2011 (2019), 12 guests, 15 crew

The Deal: A special weekly rate of €300,000 (instead of €350,000) until the end of October

Highlights: Delivered by CRN in 2011 under the name Mimtee, the 60 metre impressed the industry when she spent no more than 90 days on the market before being snapped up – credence to her excellent charter credentials. Now under the name Aifer, the Italian yacht underwent a six-month refit at Icon Yachts in 2019 and resurfaced with a new paint job, custom-made tinted glass and several interior upgrades. Bright and spacious with pops of colour, interior highlights on board include a beach club, a huge sun deck with a Jacuzzi and gym, and an elegant main saloon.

Aifer is available to charter with Burgess with a weekly rate from €350,000 excluding the deal.

Ghost III

Stats: 49.2m, Acico Yachts, 2012 (2022), 12 guests, 11 crew

The Deal: 25 percent discount for charters in the West Mediterranean until 31 October 

Highlights: Built in aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Acico Yachts in 2012, Ghost III has re-joined the charter fleet after a 2022 refit. A top choice for active charter guests, there is a large gym on the main deck with weights, a treadmill, a training bench and much more. But it’s her large exterior where the yacht comes into her own with a comfortable low seating area on the upper deck, alongside spacious dining facilities, a bar and a Jacuzzi with surrounding sun loungers.

This season, Ghost III boasts an all-new water toy inventory, with two new tenders, an Aquapark, two wave runners, a flyboard and two Seabobs, among much else.

Ghost III is available to charter with Burgess with a weekly rate from €217,000 excluding the deal.


Stats: 40m, Overmarine, 2009 (2019), 10 guests, 6 crew

The Deal: 10 percent discount for weekly charters with no repositioning fees

Highlights: Famed for their high performance and sporty appeal, Overmarine is no stranger to producing excellent charter vessels and this 40-metre Mangusta is no exception with a maximum speed of 30 knots. Beachouse is also a great choice for families and features a large interior volume for 10 guests, which is bright and airy, thanks to her large windows and pale colour palette. Her refit in 2019 saw the replacement of the keel, which makes Beachouse a more comfortable ride through the water. Performances were also improved by installing the new edition MTU 4000 diesel engines, enabling the boat to be faster compared to others of the same series. But the high-octane fun doesn’t have to stop when the engines shut down, as Beachouse’s toybox is brimming with action and includes electric foil boards, Jet Skis, Sea bobs and water ski equipment.

Beachouse is available to charter with IYC with a weekly rate from €110,000 excluding the deal.

Mac One

Stats: 32.9m, Custom Line, 2019, 10 guests, 6 crew

The Deal: 20 percent discount offered on October charters

Highlights: Delivered in 2019 from Ferretti’s Custom Line yard, Mac One is a relatively new offering on the charter market. Having been sold and renamed in 2022, the 32.9-metre has a modern interior with lots of wood and soft-toned furnishings complemented by elegant accessories and contemporary art. There is a large main saloon on board, which features a separate formal dining area and connects seamlessly to the aft deck for casual outdoor dining. Her toy box is also brimming with fun and includes a Sea-Doo Wake Pro 230 and two Seabobs, plus stabilisers both at anchor and underway offering the utmost comfort while on board.

Mac One is available to charter with Edmiston with a weekly rate from €115,000 excluding the deal.

More about this yacht

Oceanco   90 m •  2018
CRN   60 m •  2011

Yachts for sale

Elsflether Werft AG   63.8 m •  12 guests •  €15,000,000

Yachts for charter

Tansu Yachts   39.3 m •  10 guests • Price from €126,000 p/w
CRN   60 m •  12 guests • Price from $378,000 p/w

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