The Best Luxury Charter Yachts for Under €50k



Looking for the best superyachts to charter for less than €50k? Have a look at some of the best luxury yachts that prove chartering isn't just about the megayachts costing millions a week. Yachts charging less than €50,000 offer all the advantages of a private customised trip and make the perfect vacation.

Silvertip, €46,199

Delivered by Yachting Developments in 2002, the 33 metre Silvertip is a luxury sailing yacht with winning credentials. The winner of the 2012 New Zealand Millennium cup can reach a top speed of 12 knots and is able to accommodate up to seven guests on board. Refitted in 2017, she boasts elegant interiors lined with Swedish Pear wood.

Silvertip cruises the south pacific sea year round and also frequents the coasts of New Zealand and Australia. Guests will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy themselves in the warm waters thanks to her impressive toy box, which includes dive and snorkelling equipment, kite surfing gear, underwater cameras, waterskis and wakeboards plus spear guns for tropical fishing.

Silvertip is managed for charter by Ocean Independence with a weekly charter rate starting from €46,199.



The 30 metre, Supertoy can carry 10 guests in five cabins. She was delivered in 1993 by KSE - Monte Fino but refitted in 2012. Supertoy boasts a number of lounge spaces on board: below deck, guests can entertain in the classically styled saloons, while above deck there are a number of living and dining areas. Supertoy also features a sundeck and jacuzzi, ideal for soaking up the sun while cruises the West Mediterranean.

The aptly named yacht carries a variety of equipment for entertainment; a tender, inflatables, waterskis, wakeboards and gear for snorkelling and fishing can be found in her toy box.

Supertoy is available to charter with Ocean Indepndence. She has weekly charter rate starting from €42,000.

Tempest WS


Classic yacht Tempest WS offers guests the chance to charter throughout the Med in old-school style. Delivered in 1963, she was originally built as a patrol boat at the Chantier de l'Esterel yard and completely restored in 2010 and refitted in 2013. Up to eight guests can be accommodated on board this wooden yacht designed by André Mauric. Seabobs, waterskis, wakeboards and snorkelling gear are carried in her toy box, as well as a number of towable inflatables. A sundeck with sunpads and an al fresco dining area provides the perfect are for relaxing and socialising while Tempest WS cruises from coast to coast.

Managed for charter by The World of Yachting, Tempest WS has a weekly charter rate starting from €42,000.



Esterel |  32 m |  8 guests |  €1,500,000



Esterel |  32 m |   8 guests  Price from €42,000 p/w



Esterel |   32 m |   1963

Anne Viking


Charters on board Anne Viking this autumn will have the opportunity to discover the nordic beauty of Norway. Thanks to her smaller size, the 25 metre Princess yacht can nimbly cruise through the narrow passages of the Norweigan Fjords. A number of outdoor activities can also be arranged for charter guests on board Anne Viking, including helicopter and sea plane tours, kayaking and fishing excursions.

Below deck, Anne Viking can comfortably accommodate eight guests in her four cabins. Her interiors are finished in warm cherry wood panelling and her saloons are fitted with panoramic windows for admiring the views. On the upper deck of Anne Viking, guests will find amenities including an alfresco lounge and dining area, a bar, a grill and a retractable Bimini top.

Anne Viking is managed for charter by IYC, with a weekly rate starting from €42,000.



Princess |   25.73 m |   2004

Queen of Datca


Delivered by Yener in 2009, this traditional Turkish gulet is the perfect option for a gentle winter cruise in the Eastern Mediterranean. The 36 metre luxury yacht Queen of Datca can sleep up to 10 guests in five cabins with a crew of six.

Her wide open deck space is peppered with sunpads and a Bimini can be pulled out over the aft section for al fresco dining and sundowners. Additionally, a brimming water toy box can be taken advantage of by brave water babies.

Below deck, a spacious wood panelled main saloon features a cosy seating area and a formal dining table, the perfect spot for a games night with the family.

Queen of Datca is managed for charter by Ocean Independence, she has a weekly winter charter rate starting from €25,000.



Yener Yat |  36 m |   10 guests  Price from €25,000 p/w



Yener Yat |   34.2 m |   2011

Il Capo


At 33.53 metres, Il Capo offers impressively spacious interiors that can host up to eight guests in four cabins, which includes a full-beam master suite with his and her's bathrooms. She was delivered by Broward Marine in 2004 and has recently undergone a major refit.

On her sundeck there's a barbeque, Jacuzzi, sunpads, an al fresco dining area, a cocktail bar and plenty of additional seating, making her the perfect yacht for parties. There's an additional dining table on the lower deck with a bar and television nearby.

Her expansive main saloon offers the perfect place for socialising, with lots of comfortable sofas, a drinks bar, cinema screen and large windows.

Il Capo is managed for charter by Denison Yachting, she has a weekly charter rate starting from $45,000.



Broward Marine |   33.53 m |   2004



The 2018 refit of CRN classic yacht Vespucci attracted attention for its detail and precision; she was nominated or the 2019 World Superyacht Awards, Refit/Rebuild category. Highlights of the 30 metre yacht include an expansive sundeck, an elegant alfresco dining area and an ultra-modern stabilisation system to reduce roll while at anchor. Below deck, Vespucci’s interiors have been artfully designed by Carlo Riva. Up to 10 guests can be accommodated in Vespucci’s four cabins and will be looked after by her five crew members.

This year, Vespucci will be cruising around the French Riviera and Aeolian islands. These destinations will be the perfect place for guests to try the yacht’s variety of toys, including her paddle boards, inflatable sailboat, diving equipment and waterskis.

Vespucci has a weekly rate starting from €40,000 and is managed for charter by Northrop & Johnson.



CRN |  30.5 m |   10 guests  Price from €40,000 p/w



CRN |   30.5 m |   1978



Twelve guests can be accommodated in Martina’s five cabins, making her an ideal yacht for parties and larger families. The 30 metre yacht, which can reach a top speed of 27 knots, is managed by six crew members and can be found cruising the East Med. Martina features Indoor and outdoor dining areas and sports a classic, wood-finished interior design. Delivered by Falcon in 2002, she was last refitted in 2016.

Guests can make use of the numerous toys a three-seater Seadoo, waterskis and wakeboard on board the motor yacht. The best part about chartering Martina is that your holiday can be used for good; each year a percentage of the yacht’s charter revenues are donated to support non-profit organisations that protect marine life.

Martina is managed for charter by Atalanta Golden Yachts, with a weekly charter rate starting at €45,000.



Falcon Yachts |  30.7 m |   11 guests  Price from €45,500 p/w



Falcon Yachts |   30.7 m |   2002

Lady Thuraya, €40,000

If you are looking for adventure this holiday season then consider chartering classic sailing yacht Lady Thuraya in the Maldives.

The 31 metre sailing yacht offers exceptional value for money for up to eight guests in the picturesque islands and is still available for Christmas and New Year. Delivered in 1982 she underwent a thorough 18-month refit in 2009. She still maintains her classic style but Lady Thuraya has all the modern amenities you would expect from a luxury charter yacht, such as flat screen TV’s and inbuilt stereos throughout.

She also has a packed toybox which is perfect for making the most of the Maldives’ gin clear waters ­– including diving equipment, water-skis and a selection of towables. If you want to get your children into sailing she also has the option to carry an Optimist dingy and Laser sailing boat on board.

Lady Thuraya is managed for charter by Northrop & Johnson and her weekly charter rate starts from €40,000.



This stylish 26.49 metre Sunseeker lives up to her name and is available for charter in the Mediterranean this summer. Ideal for sun lovers she offers generous sunbathing areas and has a hydraulic swim platform which lowers in to the water for easy access. She has two stand up paddle boards, a Seabob and inflatables.

Firecracker’s immaculate interior offers accommodation for up to eight guests in four cabins. She features a full width owner’s stateroom which has a separate seating area and a walk-in wardrobe.

Firecracker is managed for charter by bluewater, she has a weekly charter rate starting from €43,000. As an added incentive a Mont Blanc travel bag is offered for any bookings longer than four days.



Sunseeker |  26.49 m |  8 guests |  €1,695,000



Sunseeker |   26.49 m |   2011