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...

Tranquility

From €1,200,000 per week
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Stats:  91.5 metres, Oceanco, 2014, 22 guests, 31 crew

Bang for your buck: After a 2023 refit,Tranquility has returned to the charter fleet once more with several cosmetic upgrades. offering the best of both worlds, pairing ice-class explorer capabilities with a luxurious, oriental-inspired Winch interior finished with a showstopping Perspex piano. Able to accommodate up to 22 guests waited on by 31 crew members, she is the ultimate party yacht for those wanting to splash some cash on a special occasion. 

Features spread across her 91.5 metres include a 23-square-metre swimming pool and a top-deck hot tub, two touch-and-go helipads for seamless arrivals and departures plus an extensive 121-square-metre wellness area complete with a gym for on-the-water workouts as well as a sauna, Hammam, spa treatment room and experiential showers for unwinding after days spent underwater using the onboard scuba set-up.

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Oceanco   91.5 m •   2014

Excellence

From $1,150,000 per week

Stats: 80 metres, Abeking & Rasmussen, 2019, 12 guests, 22 crew

Bang for your buck:  The distinctive exterior of Excellence may already set her apart from the crowd, but it’s her onboard features, spread out across 2,115GT of internal space, that make her worth the price tag. Highlights include the triple-height atrium with floor-to-ceiling windows, and the private owner's deck dedicated to the master suite with its own Jacuzzi and terrace. Guests can also make use of her impressive wellness amenities, which include a pool with a swim-up bar as well as a gym, sauna and spa. A cinema room and a well-stocked toybox will also ensure that everyone on board is entertained during their stay.

Excellence is managed for charter by Burgess.

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Abeking & Rasmussen   79.95 m •   2019

Yachts for charter

Abeking & Rasmussen   80 m •   12 guests • Price from $1,150,000 p/w

Cloud 9

From $1,100,000 per week

Stats: 88.5 metres, Oceanco, 2015, 12 guests and 28 crew

Bang for your buck: Cloud 9 has managed to stay under the radar, used only privately until she changed hands in 2022. Now, her circular swimming pool, onboard gym and palatial owner's suite are offered for charter. The guest journey begins with a short ride on her custom Hodgson limousine tender before ascending the grand aft staircase onto the main deck. A highly favoured spot on board is a large circular pool with a sit-up bar and sofas that hug the curve of the aft deck. For primary guests on board, a vast owner's deck is equipped with its own private outdoor Jacuzzi.

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Oceanco   89 m •   2015

Sunrays

From €1,150,000 per week
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Stats: 85.5 metres, Oceanco, 2010, 12 guests, 29 crew

Bang for your buck: With a lavish spa, a home cinema, a gyroscopic pool table and a vast bridge deck designed for parties and entertaining featuring a pool, full bar and DJ booth, Sunrays has got everything you need on board. Her outstanding owner's deck features a full-beam lounge, dining for up to 22 guests and a master suite with an adjoining VIP cabin, while a beach suite on the lower deck offers stunning views from a sea terrace.

Sunrays is managed for charter by Edmiston.

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Oceanco   85.5 m •   2010

Yachts for charter

Oceanco   85.5 m •   16 guests • Price from €1,150,000 p/w

Project X

From $1,100,000 per week

Stats: 87.6 metres, Golden Yachts, 2022, 12 guests, 28 crew

Bang for your buck: With her striking triple X design down the waist of the superstructure, the 88-metre superyacht designed by Ken Freivokh, is certainly a head turner – it’s not surprising that she finds herself on the list of the most expensive superyachts for charter. Her striking exterior conceals a staggering three-deck atrium, with internal balconies and a circular glass elevator that connects the decks. Project X boasts bright and contemporary spaces throughout with artful lighting by Italy’s Studio Massari. There’s even a library on the main deck and a professional DJ set up, which bridges over the main deck pool.

For those looking for a peerless connection with the water, Project X has an impressive sea-level beach club with two sea terraces, a huge swim platform and a sit-up bar with views into the glass-sided pool above. The space also has a fully-fledged spa with a sauna, hammam and massage room that doubles as a beauty room.

Project X is managed for charter by Burgess.

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Golden Yachts   87.6 m •   2022

Yachts for charter

Golden Yachts   88 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,100,000 p/w

O'Pari

From €1,000,000 per week

Stats: 94.6 metres, Golden Yachts, 2020, 12 guests, 30 crew

Bang for your buck: If you're a watersports enthusiast, O'Pari has more than enough toys in her garage to keep you entertained, from kayaks and Seabobs to waterski and wakeboard equipment. Further onboard highlights include her sizable sundeck, complete with a DJ booth, bar and Jacuzzi with panoramic views, as well as the beach club featuring a massage room, Turkish hammam and Finnish sauna. There's also a helipad for transporting guests to and fro.

O'Pari is managed for charter by Atalanta Golden Yachts.

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Golden Yachts   94.6 m •   2020

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Golden Yachts   95 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,100,000 p/w

Savannah

From €1,000,000 per week
Image credit: Guillaume Plisson

Stats: 83.5 metres, Feadship, 2015, 12 guests, 24 crew.

Bang for your buck: The gleaming metallic beauty that is Savannah swept the boards at the 2016 World Superyacht Awards. Take a dip in the nine-metre pool, visit the spa and gym followed by a massage or beauty treatment, then continue unwinding in the secluded underwater viewing room. For entertaining on board, head up to the private sun deck with its own DJ station and BBQ grill. Art buffs will also enjoy the impressive collection of modern works on board.

Savannah is managed for charter by Edmiston & Company.

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Feadship   83.5 m •   2015

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Feadship   83.5 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,000,000 p/w

Phoenix 2

From €1,150,000 per week

Stats: 90.1 metres, Lürssen, 2010, 12 guests, 29 crew.

Bang for your buck: A two-floor “duplex” master suite steals the show in this art deco-inspired interior created by Winch Design. The sweeping suite allows for unrivalled views, while the two levels are connected by a private staircase. Outside, there’s a huge swimming pool, spa pool and outdoor cinema. Impress your guests with the fact that Phoenix 2 was built for the late billionaire Jan Kulczyk, once Poland’s richest man.

Phoenix 2 is managed for charter by Edmiston

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Lurssen   90.01 m •   2010

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Lurssen   90.1 m •  12 guests •  €124,950,000

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Lurssen   90.1 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,150,000 p/w

Aquila

From $945,000 per week

Stats: 85.6 metres, Derecktor, 2010, 12 guests, 28 crew.

Bang for your buck: Enjoy Aquila's owners' deck with a private terrace overlooking the bow, or head to 'the London Bar' for a cocktail. Boasting a private members' club feel, she features a gym, massage rooms, a cinema and a party deck complete with a DJ booth, light show and smoke machine. Additionally, she has endless water toys, huge outdoor spaces and an impressive beach club.

Aquila is managed for charter by Burgess.

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Derecktor   85.6 m •   2010

Yachts for charter

Derecktor   85.6 m •   12 guests • Price from $945,000 p/w

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