The best superyachts to charter in the East Mediterranean

Bask in the glorious sunshine of the Eastern Mediterranean and cruise into culture-rich destinations such as Turkey, Croatia, Montenegro, Cyprus, Eastern Italy and Greece. Offering aquamarine waters, pristine beaches, incredible wreck dives, rich ancient cultures, delectable local wines and more fresh calamari than you know what to do with, these yachting hotspots are perfect for a yacht charter holiday at sea.


Stats: 64.5 metres, Van der Graaf, 2010, 12 guests, 12 crew

Highlights: A true-to-life replica of one of the world’s most iconic sailing yachts, Atlantic offers classic charm with modern amenities while cruising along the stunning coastlines of Turkey and Greece. Her traditional wood-panelled and red velvet interiors are paired with modern tech, with upgraded AV systems throughout. Meals can be taken al fresco or indoors aboard this rigged schooner, with a toybox offering sailing dinghies, Jet Skis and waterskiing gear for charter guests to enjoy.

Charter costs: From €110,000 per week with Camper & Nicholsons.


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Van der Graaf   69.31 m •   2010


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Stats: 42.6 metres, CRN, 2007, 10 guests, 9 crew

Highlights: Greek-licensed Emotion2 has all the gear on board for an unforgettable summer charter around the islands. Her toybox holds a wealth of treasures including a golf setup, a Jetsurf, fishing gear and more. When not splashing about in the water, primary guests can enjoy relaxing in the full beam master with its private balcony, office and walk-in dressing room, before heading out to join other guests for a dip in the sundeck hot tub, an al fresco meal and drink at the bar, or an outdoor cinema movie night.

Charter costs: From €140,000 per week with Burgess.


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CRN   42.6 m •   2007

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CRN   42.6 m •   10 guests • Price from €147,000 p/w

Falco Moscata

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Stats: 49.5 metres, Picchiotti, 2010, 9 guests, 8 crew

Highlights: Fresh from a 2021 refit Falco Moscata is ready to welcome guests back on board with brand new soft furnishings and an added guest area on the foredeck which can be used as a yoga or workout area. She also boasts a large hot tub on the sundeck and an impressive toybox filled with Jet Skis, e-foils, scuba dive gear and more to enjoy as she cruises around Greece and its islands this summer. Designed by Philippe Briand, this explorer yacht is engineered for long passages, economical cruising and navigation in shallow waters for easier access to anchorages and lagoons.

Charter costs: From €200,000 per week with Fraser.


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Perini Navi   49.5 m •   2010

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Perini Navi   49.91 m •   9 guests • Price from €200,000 p/w


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Stats: 48.3 metres, Rossinavi, 2014, 10 guests, 10 crew

Highlights: For special occasions on board while cruising through Croatia this summer, Parillion’s decadent interiors set the scene perfectly. Despite weighing in just under 500GT, Parillion’s spaces are surprisingly voluminous; the main saloon with an entertaining and dining area spans 60 square metres, accompanied by a 42 square metre skylounge cinema room. The full-beam master suite spans 55 metres and offers his and hers bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes and a private study, gym and balconies. For outdoor spaces, Parillion is equipped with a 120 square metre sundeck boasting an al fresco bar, BBQ and a 3.5 metre swimming pool finished with Murano glass tiles and a waterfall feature. Her beach club also comes with a swimming platform and sauna, and a well-stocked toybox. As the cherry on top, interior spaces are elaborately decorated with colourful mosaics, crystal chandeliers and gem-scattered ceilings.

Charter costs: From €220,000 per week with Edmiston.


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Rossinavi   48.2 m •   2014

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Rossinavi   48.3 m •   12 guests • Price from €220,000 p/w

Seagull II

Stats: 54 metres, Uljanik Shipyard, 1952, 12 guests, 9 crew

Highlights: Looking for a taste of classic charm while cruising the Mediterranean this season? First delivered in 1952 but meticulously maintained with modern amenities, the bright blue hull and traditional steamship style lines of Seagull II are bound to turn heads in every port. Her retro-style wood panelled interiors offer a unique master apartment with two private staterooms and a shared saloon, while outdoors guests can enjoy ample sunbathing areas, a deck Jacuzzi and al freso dining or drinks. Seagull II also comes with a floating platform for easy access to the water and a toybox carrying the likes of kiteboarding equipment, Jet Skis, paddleboards and workout gear.

Charter costs: From €95,000 per week with Ocean Independence.


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Uljanik   54.16 m •   1952

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Uljanik   54.16 m •  12 guests •  €5,900,000

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Uljanik   54 m •   12 guests • Price from €110,000 p/w

Seven Sins

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Stats: 52 metres, Sanlorenzo, 2017, 10 guests, 11 crew

Highlights: An ideal charter yacht for guests who want to soak up as much sunshine as possible during their eastern Mediterranean cruise, Seven Sins offers sprawling outdoor spaces and expansive glass windows to brighten up her interiors. A key feature is the glass bottom swimming pool with a counterflow current, Jacuzzi function and speciality lighting for night-time dips. Underneath the shimmering light of the swimming pool, the vast beach club offers a drive-in tender bay as well as fold-out balconies plus a gym and sauna. Her toybox is well stocked too, offering dive and snorkelling gear, an inflatable slide, Jet Skis, kayaks and more.

Charter costs: From €275,000 per week with YPI.


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Sanlorenzo   52 m •   2017

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Sanlorenzo   52 m •   10 guests • Price from $270,000 p/w


Stats: 46.33 metres, Perini Navi, 1991, 10 guests, 8 crew

Highlights: For sailing enthusiasts, Antara offers the perfect combination of old-school charm with superyacht facilities. Cruising around the Adriatic coastlines this summer, the 46.33 metre Perini Navi offers a flybridge with a hot tub, an aft swimming platform, al fresco dining spaces, ample sunpads and an upgraded entertainment system throughout. Her satin-finished wood interiors offer a dining space and drinks bar for more formal entertaining after sunset.

Charter costs: From €125,000 per week with Fraser.


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Perini Navi   46.5 m •   1991

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Perini Navi   46.33 m •  12 guests •  $9,950,000

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Perini Navi   46 m •   10 guests • Price from €117,800 p/w

Rare Find

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Stats: 54.7 metres, Turquoise, 2009, 12 guests, 12 crew

Highlights: Easily recognisable from her deep blue hull, Rare Find is well-suited for wellness-focused charters in eastern Med destinations such as Greece, Turkey, Cyprus and Albania. Her vibrant, wood-finished interiors styled by H2 Yacht Design boast a fully-equipped gym, a VIP stateroom that can double as a massage and spa space plus deck areas ideal for sunrise yoga sessions. Her toybox offers ample opportunities for watersports such as Laser sailing yachts and paddleboards as well as gear for diving, wakeboarding and waterskiing. After a day in the sun, ease muscles with a dip in the hot tub followed by drinks and dinner either indoors or al fresco. As night falls, primary charter guests can return to the master stateroom with its private office, walking up to stunning views in the morning thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows.

Charter costs: From €260,000 per week with IYC.


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Turquoise Yachts   54.7 m •   2009


Stats: 49.5 metres, Van der Graff, 2000, 8 guests, 9 crew

Highlights: Styled as a faithful replica of legendary America’s Cup racing schooner Westward, Van der Graff's creation Eleonora is an extraordinarily fast sailing yacht that’s perfect for competing in the Mediterranean’s major summer season regattas. While offering the thrill of high speeds, Eleonora also has a classic design that transports guests back to the golden age of yachting, with her wood-panelled interiors, classic lines and traditional-style rigging. When not raring around the racetrack, charter guests can dine indoors or al fresco, enjoying a cocktail or a sunbathing session on her uncluttered decks as she cruises around the eastern Med.

Charter costs: From €70,000 per week with YPI.


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Van der Graaf   49.5 m •   2000


Highlights: Koukles returns to the charter market this season after a 2021 refit that saw her classic-style, nautical interiors by Carlo Galeazzi refreshed with new linens and dinnerware. As she cruises the mythology-rich Greek islands within the Cyclades group, guests can enjoy the balmy weather and stunning views by dining al fresco, with meals accompanied by the outdoor sound system. Alternatively, take in the scenery from the flybridge hot tub, surrounded by additional outdoors entertaining spaces including a cocktail bar. For days spent swimming in the water, Koukles also carries a range of toys including fishing and snorkelling gear, Jet Skis, Seabobs and waterskiing or wakeboarding equipment – plus a pair of bikes for onshore exploration of the Cyclades’ famous archaeological sites and local tavernas.

Charter costs: From €50,000 per week with West Nautical.


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Azimut   29.47 m •   2008

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