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New superyachts for charter in 2024

12 March 2024 • Written by Georgia Boscawen

Once again we have had a tremendous year of new deliveries making their way into the charter fleet. With this, 2024 will see many exciting new superyachts become available for charter, as well as those which have previously only been used privately. Here is a selection of new entries to the charter fleet in 2024, a list that will only grow more exciting into the New Year.


Stats: Lürssen, 122m, 2024, 12 guests, 26 crew

Highlights: Just before the new 122-metre is completed, Kismet (ex Project Jag) has arrived on the charter market. Her exteriors have been designed by Nuvolari and Leanard, and the sensational-looking yacht has been described as a "beautiful, bespoke homage to the owner’s lifestyle" by the yard. Spread over six decks, Kismet 's interiors are by Reymond Langton Design and filled with magnificent fireplaces, three pools, a Nemo cinema with a 150-inch drop-down TV and an underwater viewing lounge – she even has a pizza oven. Wellness is a huge factor in the arrangement, occupying a huge area on the lower deck accessible via the futuristic 'Tron corridor'. The space includes a Balinese-inspired spa with a hammam, sauna, and cryotherapy chamber. Here guests will also find a gym and yoga studio with a juice bar (with opening sea terraces), as well as a further treatment room a waterfall shower and a chromotherapy bathtub, 

Entertainment options on board are extensive, covering everything from an outdoor cinema on the bridge deck to a Nemo cinema on the lower deck, a DJ station overhanging the bridge deck aft to a Boganyi grand piano within the upper deck. Guests can also choose from four interior bars, including a champagne bar and wine cellar. There is also a great selection of tenders and toys planned, including four tenders, a sailing dinghy, Sea Bobs, sea scooters, windsurfers and a submarine.

Kismet is available for charter with Cecil Wright with a weekly rate from €3,000,000.

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Pink Shadow

Available with Y.CO | The Tahiti Plage

Stats: Damen Yachting, 58.3m, 2023, 12 guests, 17 crew

Highlights: Following her delivery in August 2023, the 58.3-metre SeaXplorer Pink Shadow is now available to charter. Designed with an impressive catalogue of exploration credentials, Pink Shadow’s exteriors are owed to Azure Yacht Design, with Damen Yachting completing the naval architecture. The yacht’s exploration contributions, however, originate from design partner EYOS.

But while her exteriors emanate a hardy explorer, her whimsical interiors are far more luxurious having been inspired by an epic adventure film set. Lying at its heart on the main deck is what’s known as the Tahiti Plage, an elegant space with quirky tiki-esque design cues, such as palm tree pillars and a colourful bar. This huge space is dedicated to guest entertainment, with a central bar, ample seating, a Jacuzzi pool and sun pads that are suspended above the water by the tender cranes. Moving up to the sun deck (or Amazona deck), there is a distinctive shift in theme to the Amazon. Here it’s good vibes only, where you’ll find a jacuzzi with surrounding sun pads, a dining table and an intimate bar.

Her toy box is also brimming with fun and includes an e-foil, two jet skis, four Seabobs and much more.

Pink Shadow is available to charter with Y.CO with a weekly rate from $510,000 per week.

Silver Angel

Stats: Benetti, 64.5m, 2009 (2015), 12 guests, 19 crew

Highlights: While you may have spotted 65-metre Silver Angel cruising before, she has only been used privately until now, when she is being offered for charter for the first time. Delivered in 2009 by Benetti, Silver Angel had an extensive refit in 2015 and is now presented with a crisp Art Deco interior with a shimmering colour palate of silver, gloss black and white punctuated with lots of glass and mirrored surfaces.

Thanks to her hefty beam of 12-metres, she boasts one of the higher gross tonnages in her class at 1,400GT. For long-range cruising, Silver Angel should also be a top contender thanks to her space and range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots. Accommodation on board is for 12 across seven cabins, including a full-beam owner’s cabin on the main deck.

Silver Angel is available for charter with Edmiston with a weekly rate from $390,805


Stats: Rossinavi, 66m, 2023, 12 guests, 16 crew

Highlights: “A silhouette that exudes tranquillity,” is how Philippe Briand of Vitruvius describes his design for the 66-metre Alchemy. It’s certainly true with her perfectly proportioned profile, clean lines and minimalistic aesthetic. The tri-deck superyacht was built to fulfil an owner's brief for large al fresco areas and a strong focus on wellness. The result is over 330 square metres of outdoor space and plenty of amenities, including a jacuzzi and numerous sun pads. While she was delivered in July, the yacht is now available for charter for the first time.

Inside, things are just as impressive with wide open-plan spaces and a central illuminated staircase connecting the decks. To achieve a relaxing mood, Alchemy has a palette of beiges, whites and soft greys, spicing up bleached oak and travertine with textured leathers ranging from cowhide to shagreen. Guests on board will be able to explore the yacht’s impressive wine cellar, which carries more than 230 labels.

Alchemy is available for charter with Burgess with a weekly rate from $637,000.


Kokomo | Cecil Wright

Stats: Alloy Yachts, 58.4m, 2010 (2018), 10 guests, 10 crew

Highlights: Following an off-market sale in the final weeks of the year, the 58-metre sailing yacht, Kokomo will be available for charter for the first time in 2024. Built in 2010, by the New Zealand-based high-performance sailing yacht shipyard Alloy Yachts, Kokomo is a bastion of the sailing yacht fleet, with state-of-the-art amenities and modern interiors by RWD

She features a 100-tonne bulb fitted at the end of a 30-tonne keel that can be extended from 4.8 metres to 8.1 metres below the surface, which freed up space in the interiors. Accommodation is for up to 10 guests across five staterooms. Additional highlights include a Jacuzzi located on deck and various lounging spaces for guests to enjoy.

Kokomo is available for charter with Cecil Wright


Credit: Benoit Linero

Stats: 47m, Perini Navi, 2024, 12 guests, 9 crew

Highlights: A sailing yacht in her own mesmerising class, ArtExplorer will soon become available for charter in 2024 once she officially hits the water at the start of the year. Upon delivery, the 47-metre will become the largest aluminium sailing catamaran and has a beam of 17-metres. Both interior and exterior design are by French architect Axel de Beaufort. Accommodation on board is for 12 guests in six cabins, three of which will be on the main deck along with an opulent master cabin.

ArtExplorer has been designed with a strong emphasis on sustainability. With this, she boasts a 65-square-metre solar panel on the deckhouse, capable of generating up to 200 kilowatts of energy per day. This is coupled with lithium batteries and state-of-the-art exhaust filters, which allows her to minimise her environmental impact.

ArtExplorer will soon be available for charter with Fraser with a weekly rate from €240,000. 


Stats: Heesen Yachts, 55m, 2023, 12 guests, 13 crew

Highlights: Following her debut at the Antigua Charter Show, the 55-metre Heesen yacht, Reliance is available for charter for the first time. Delivered in September 2023, Reliance is the third hull in Heesen’s 55-metre steel superyacht class, but she is the first Heesen yacht designed by Luca Dini.  The brief here was luxurious but not flashy, so elegance with contemporary flair was key to the interiors. With this, wood, leather, marble and above all glass and mirrors in various forms can be found throughout the yacht. Light Tay wood has also been used to create tones of toasted almond, in full gloss. Some of the wooden panels are also enriched by patterns that make the surfaces more vibrant.

Accomodation on board is for 12 guests across six well-appointed cabins including an 82-square-metre owners' apartment on the main deck forward and the VIP on the bridge deck. For her inaugural charter season, she has made her way to the Caribbean before the 55-metre returns to the Mediterranean for the summer.

Reliance is available for charter with West Nautical with a weekly rate from $350,000.

This is It

Stats: Tecnomar - Italian Sea Group, 43.5m, 2024, 12 guests, 13 crew

Highlights: This year, the world's largest motor catamaran available to charter This is It will join the fleet. Designed in-house by Tecnomar, the catamaran is characterised by radical, asymmetric lines and 600 square metres of glass panelling. The mesmerising naval architecture for this feat is owed to Lateral Naval Architects, who are often deployed to take on radical design projects such as this.

Much like her striking exterior, the interiors of This is It, created by Mattia Piro and Gian Marco Campanino of The Italian Sea Group, are intrinsically futuristic and adorned with shades of champagne and platinum grey. In the main saloon you’ll spot plenty of suede, lacquered surfaces as well as more curvaceous furniture. The main saloon is also connected to an exterior lounge complete with a bar, game area, swimming pool and formal dining space. Meanwhile, the upper deck hosts a spa, fitted with a dedicated treatment area, sauna and sensorial shower.

This is it will be available to charter with IYC with a weekly rate from €450,000. 

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