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The 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...
Stats: 71.9 metres, Tankoa Yachts, 2018, 12 guests and 18 crew
Bang for your buck: After making her debut at Monaco Yacht Show last year where she played host to the Boat International Owner's Club cocktail reception, Solo is now considered one of the best new yachts available for charter. Designed by Margherita Casprini the yacht’s modern interior has plenty of areas for entertaining including her upper saloon which has a baby grand piano and numerous entertainment options. Her exterior spaces are equally impressive with a six-metre aft deck swimming pool, a large superyacht beach club, and a touch-and-go helipad which converts into a dance floor.
Where to find her: Join Solo as she hops between the Islands of Greece, Italy and the balearics, as well as visiting East Med destinations such as Croatia and Turkey.
Stats: 77 metres, Damen, 2020, 12 guests, 25 crew
Bang for your buck: Newly launched Ice Class explorer La Datcha has been built by Damen to voyage in extreme and remote conditions, capable of up to 40 days of full autonomy while hosting guests in ultimate luxury. There's a wellness centre comprising a Turkish hammam, a jacuzzi, an ice fountain for invigorating showers and a dedicated massage room, while active guests, will enjoy the use of a fully-serviced gym with sea-views and a fully-certified dive centre. Additionally, she carries two commercially certified helicopters and a personal submersible for guests to explore further afield.
Where to find her: La Datcha will be welcoming her her first charter guests aboard this autumn in the Med, before heading to the Seychelles, Maldives and Madagascar for some winter sun.
Stats: 82 metres, Oceanco, 2007, 12 guests, 28 crew
Bang for your buck: Alfa Nero’s most recognisable feature is her sensational seven metre aft deck swimming pool. Adding to the entertainment the pool can be transformed into a dance floor to create a nightclub vibe from the saloon to the swimming platform. She is also equipped with a spa and beauty salon to ensure that you can be fully pampered ready for any parties on board. Her spacious interior was designed by the late Alberto Pinto and includes a secret unfolding balcony and a vast master suite with its own private terrace and Jacuzzi.
Where to find her: Alfa Nero is available in the Mediterranean during the summer and the Caribbean in the winter.
Stats: 73.2 metres, Admiral - The Italian Sea Group, 2018, 16 guests and 26 crew
Bang for your buck: Highlights on board explorer yacht Planet Nine include a forward observation lounge offering 180-degree views, a sun deck Jacuzzi, a spacious cinema, and a dedicated owners' deck complete with its own private lounge, terrace and study. Plus, Planet Nine is one of very few yachts to offer a fully operational helipad for charter use, so you and your guests can arrive in style.
Where to find her: Planet Nine follows the usual course of spending her summers in the Mediterranean and winters in the Caribbean.
Stats: 70 metre, Feadship, delivered 2016, 12 guests and 17 crew
Bang for your buck: A combination of two yachting power players – Bannenberg and Rowell and Feadship – this five deck yacht offers a seamless blend between indoor and outdoor living with pockets of air conditioned indoor/outdoor zones known as "winter gardens". As well as her beach club, which can be transformed into a disco, and wellness facilities guests can also make use of the Joy Rolls Royce in the South of France (subject to availability).
Where to find her: Joy is available for charter in the Mediterranean.
Stats: 78.43 metres, Abeking & Rasmussen, 2011, 12 guests, 23 crew
Bang for your buck: The stunning interiors on board Amaryllis are what make chartering this yacht a seriously luxurious experience. Designed by Reymond Langton her cabins and living spaces are inspired by the Belle Époque, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Aside from her glamorous furnishings, Amaryllis includes a beach club with gym and spa facilities that allows direct access to sea from a swim platform. Her upper sundeck also includes a 5 metre swimming pool with changing colours.
Where to find her: Amaryllis will cruise around the shores of the UK during the summer and heading to the Caribbean for her winter season.