The world's most expensive superyachts for charter

Looking to splash some cash? We round up the world’s most expensive superyachts for charter on the market right now, for those seeking a truly memorable vacation on board a supersized luxury yacht. From fun-filled family charters packed with the latest toys to DJ booths and state-of-the-art sound systems for those looking to throw the ultimate party at sea, these multi-million-dollar charters have it all...

Renaissance

From €3,000,000 per week

Following her launch in early 2023, the 112-metre motor yacht Renaissance has not only joined the charter fleet but is now one of the most expensive yachts for charter. Built by the Spanish shipyard Freire, Renaissance is the largest yacht built in Spain and one of the largest projects designed by the British studio Bannenberg & Rowell.

While her sheer size could justify her hefty price tag, her masterful interiors – which include a double-height dining saloon and a private owner's deck – are impressive enough to fathom the cost. With a sophisticated neutral colour palate and tactile furnishings, the 112-metre has been designed with multi-generational charter in mind. Across her six decks, Renaissance has an expansive beach club stocked with the latest water toys, plus a bar and waterside dining area. A large swimming pool sits on the main deck aft and there is an entire spa deck, which includes a fitness centre, hot and cold plunge pools, a steam room and sauna, treatment rooms and hair and beauty salons.

Renaissance is managed for charter with Burgess.

Lady Jorgia

From €2,600,000 per week
Credit: Guillaume Plisson

Stats: 115.1 metres, Lürssen, 2022, 16 guests, 36 crew

Lady Jorgia (ex. Ahpo) made waves when she left the shipyard at Lürssen with her striking duo-tone exterior and half-moon windows. The 115.1-metre superyacht hit the headlines earlier this year when she was sold in what was believed to be the biggest brokerage deal in history. 

If her commercial helipad and world-class gym aren't enough to tempt you on board, perhaps the yacht's two-storey owner's suite or eight-metre swimming pool might. Wellness is at the heart of a charter on board Ahpo  seen in her nature-themed spa, complete with a massage room, Himalayan salt sauna and a Turkish-style hammam finished in vibrant mosaics and ivory onyx. 

Nature is another theme that continues throughout the vessel, seen in the choice of artwork, the central staircase (which depicts an olive tree) and the grand dining room, which is themed around water lilies. She also has a full-time crew of 36, on hand to ensure that every whim is catered to.

Ahpo is managed for charter by Edmiston

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Lurssen   115.1 m •   2021

Octopus

From €2,200,000 per week
Credit: Camper & Nicholsons

Stats: 126.2 metres, Lürssen, 2003, 12 guests, 45 crew

Bang for your buck: Octopus is available to charter for the first time since her delivery to the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2003. At 126 metres, Octopus is one of the largest superyachts in the world, so has plenty of space on board for amenities. She’s also well equipped for exploration, with two helipads and a hangar, storage for up to seven tenders, an ROV, Triton submarines and a fully-equipped dive centre. Across her eight decks, Octopus also boasts a glass-bottomed underwater observation lounge, a cinema, a heated freshwater swimming pool and multiple Jacuzzis, bars and al fresco entertaining areas.

Octopus is managed for charter by Camper & Nicholsons.

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Lurssen   126.2 m •   2003

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Lurssen   126.2 m •   26 guests • Price from $2,200,000 p/w

Dream

From €2,000,000 per week

Stats: 106.5 metres, Haliç Tersaneleri, 1997, 36 guests, 40 crew

Bang for your buck: First launched as a passenger ship in 1997, Dream emerged from an extensive refit in 2018 undertaken by Olympic Yacht Services with the help of designers Giorgio Vafiadis and Ciarmoli Queda Studio. Interior spaces are spread across six decks and are well equipped for glamorous events and parties, with dining spaces, including a special Teppanyaki hot table for up to 44 guests. Other highlights on board include a spa, cinema, sundeck infinity pool, a business centre with a board room, a helipad and a beach club stocked with diving gear.

Dream is managed for charter by Hill Robinson.

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Haliç Tersaneleri   106.5 m •   1997

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Haliç Tersaneleri   106.5 m •   36 guests • Price from €2,200,000 p/w

Ije

From €1,800,000 per week

Stats: 108 metres, Benetti, 2019, 12 guests, 30 crew

Bang for your buck: At 108 metres, Ije is Benetti’s astounding flagship with exterior design by British design studio, RWD. But it's not just her elegant exterior that places her among the most expensive yacht for charter, as she features an incredible list of amenities including a gym, cinema, spa and nightclub with a DJ set up. Her interiors are bright thanks to her large windows and natural colour palette. With more than 1,000 square metres of outdoor deck space, Ije is an entertainer at heart, not to mention her large collection of water toys and swimming pools on board.

Ije is available to charter with Royal Yacht International.

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Benetti   108 m •   2019

Madsummer

From €1,600,000 per week

Stats: 95.3 metres, Lürssen, 2019, 12 guests, 30 crew

Bang for your buck: One of the biggest launches of 2019, Madsummer is available for charter and she doesn't come at a small price. Featuring a 12-metre swimming pool and dedicated spa, there's plenty of opportunities to unwind on board. Primary charter guests can kick back in the colourful bridge deck master suite with a private aft terrace, while a foredeck helipad allows the charter party to arrive in style. There’s even a self-playing Steinway piano on board.

Madsummer is managed for charter by Moran Yacht & Ship.

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Lurssen   95 m •   2019

Lady S

From €1,600,000 per week

Stats: 93 metres, Feadship, 2019, 12 guests, 31 crew

Bang for your buck: With a striking and well-balanced profile designed by the renowned Michael Leach, this 93-metre Feadship has long since dazzled the industry – earning her a deserved place as one of the most expensive superyachts for charter. A winner of the World Superyacht Awards 2020, Lady S boasts a vast amount of space on board and a list of amenities that can keep you entertained at all times. 

Standout features on board Lady S include a two-deck IMAX theatre, fully certified helipad and swimming pool. The yacht is also equipped with a number of sports facilities for golf, basketball, volleyball and football. Meanwhile, her Reymond Langton interior has been likened to a "beautiful and contemporary jewellery box".

Lady S is managed for charter by Edmiston.

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Feadship   93 m •   2019

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Feadship   93 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,600,000 p/w

Dar

From €1,200,000 per week

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

Bang for your buck: 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.

Dar is available for charter with Edmiston.

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Oceanco   90 m •   2018

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Oceanco   90 m •  14 guests •  €208,000,000

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Oceanco   90 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,200,000 p/w

Man of Steel

From €1,200,000 per week
Photo: Ocean Independence

Stats: 86 metres, Oceanco, 2010, 12 guests, 28 crew

Bang for your buck: Iconic Oceanco superyacht Man of Steel has only recently been offered for charter, so big spenders who book will be among the first guests to enjoy her since her delivery in 2010. Guests can arrive in style thanks to the helipad, and then spend their days on deck soaking up the sunshine in her two pools surrounded by sun loungers and al fresco dining spaces. Below deck, she boasts a state-of-the-art private cinema with tiered seating, a spa centre with a gym and resident therapist and an owner’s suite overlooking its own private Jacuzzi deck. A well-stocked toybox provides the likes of e-foils, dive gear, a Hoverboard and a jet board.

Man of Steel is managed by Ocean Independence. Not available for sale or charter to US residents while in US waters.

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Oceanco   86.01 m •   2010

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Oceanco   86.01 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,200,000 p/w

Kismet

From €1,200,000 per week

Stats: 95.2 metres, Lürssen, 2014, 12 guests and 28 crew.

Bang for your buck: Kismet has high-end entertaining in her DNA. The expansive yacht was built by Shahid Khan, owner of Fulham Football Club and the Jacksonville Jaguars. She stands out with a glamorous interior by Reymond Langton, but it’s her calming outdoor spaces that set her apart – snuggle into a bamboo swing on the side deck or cuddle by the on-deck fire pit.

Kismet is managed for charter by Moran Yacht & Ship.

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Lurssen   95.2 m •   2014

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