14 of the best luxury yachts available to charter at the America's Cup


The basics: The beautiful classic Eros was delivered in 1939 by Brooke Marine and underwent a refit last year. The 31.39 metre sailing yacht can host up to eight guests in four cabins and is available in Bermuda from May 25 – June 28.

Highlights: _Eros _can host up to 75 people at dock on board her spacious deck, making it perfect for watching and discussing the racing over cocktails. When not entertaining, it's the perfect spot for an intimate al fresco supper with your nearest and dearest.

Her interior is classically-styled and features a piano in an open-plan main saloon and dining room where you can catch up with the family over a board game.

Charter rate: Managed for charter by Nicholson Yachts, she has a weekly charter rate of $42,000 for the 35th America's Cup and day charters are available for $9,500.


The basics: H is a beautiful 42.6 metre luxury yacht that will be moored at berth 11 in the America's Cup superyacht Marina and can sleep up to 10 guests in five cabins. Delivered in 2015 by Benetti, she will be cruising around Bermuda throughout the summer season.

Highlights: Her interior design is extremely modern and features artistic flourishes throughout. A sleek cocktail bar is located near a glass dining table in one corner of the enormous open plan main saloon, which also boasts a cinema screen and plenty of comfortable seating for guests and additional company.

Dissect the day's race with your fellow guests at the shaded on-deck dining table over a delicious meal, or relax in the outside lounge bar complete with seating and a television, perfect for watching highlights with a cocktail or coffee. Her deck also features vast sunpads, a Jacuzzi and a luxurious beach club with loungers.

Charter rate: Managed for charter by Burgess, H has a weekly charter rate of $175,000 for the America's Cup.

Lady Kathryn V

The basics: Lady Kathryn V is a stunning 62 metre motor yacht delivered in 2011 by Lurssen. She can host up to 12 guests in six opulent cabins.

Highlights: Her Adam Lay Studio interior has a style not dissimilar to a stately home. Below deck she features an impressive saloon with a Steinway piano, a bright conservatory-like room perfect for an intimate afternoon tea, a lounge complete with Champagne bar and a beautiful private office.

Lady Kathryn V boasts a great deal of deck space with enough seating to host a substantial dinner party beneath the stars. When relaxing between the competition antics, stretch out on a sunpad on the owner’s private terrace or bubble away in the Jacuzzi.

She has plenty of toys to keep everyone entertained, ranging from diving gear and Jet Skis to golfing equipment and gym machinery.

Charter rate: Managed for charter by Moran, Lady Kathryn V has a weekly summer rate starting from €450,000.


The basics: Safira, an eco-friendly and custom-built 39.2 metre superyacht, was delivered in 2013 by Newcastle Marine and won the Naval Architecture Award at the 2014 Showboats Design Awards. She underwent an extensive refit in 2015 and can sleep up to 12 guests in five cabins.

Highlights: You can't get too wound up discussing the races when you're in the on-deck Jacuzzi with a cocktail in hand from the nearby bar — enjoy the weather by sunbathing on the surrounding sunpads before heading to one of the many al fresco dining spots on board for a sumptuous lunch.

Below deck catch up with friends in the elegant main saloon or enjoy a feast in the elegant dining area. Unwind with a movie in the TV lounge or get active with a light gym session. The master suite boasts his and hers walk-in wardrobes as well as a stunning en-suite bathroom complete with striking stonework and marble details.

Charter rate: She has a weekly summer rate starting from $110,000 and is managed for charter by Fraser Yachts.

Mondango 3

The serene and elegant Mondango 3 is available to charter for the America's Cup and will be located in berth number six in the America's Cup Marina, Hamilton.

She sleeps up to 11 guests in five cabins and can host 25 people on board while spectating the races at anchor. She boasts a vast cinema screen in her main saloon as well as a chic dining room, perfect for a celebratory feast after the day's activities. Her contemporary interior was created by Reymond Langton Design and features fluid shapes with splashes of colour throughout.

The 56.4 metre sailing yacht was delivered by Alloy Yachts in 2014 and features a Jacuzzi, sunlongers, sunpads and an al fresco dining table on her spacious deck. She also has a large swim platform and a side boarding platform.

Mondango 3 is managed for charter by Burgess and has a weekly rate of €224,000 for the America's Cup.


The basics: Pioneer was custom-built by Palmer Johnson and delivered in 1996. The 46 metre explorer yacht can sleep up to 10 guests in five cabins and underwent a refit in 2015.

Highlights: Pioneer’s stand out interior feature is the dedicated dining room, which is traditional yet minimalist, it has a beautiful dark wood table and views out to sea — the perfect spot for a post-competition dinner to celebrate (or commiserate) the results of the day. Additionally, she has a gym and an elegant main saloon, which has a bar and library area.

Pioneer boasts a split-level sundeck so you’ll always be able to find the ideal sunbathing spot. Additionally, there’s a Jacuzzi, comfortable sofas, a small breakfast bar and al fresco dining.

Charter rate: Pioneer is managed for charter by Y.CO and has a weekly rate starting from €140,000 for the America’s Cup.

Grace E

The basics: _Grace E _was delivered in 2014 by Perini Navi - Picchotti. At 73 metres, she can sleep up to 12 guests in seven cabins.

Highlights: Located in berth seven in Hamilton Harbour, Grace E is the perfect yacht for those in need of a little TLC alongside the race. Her dedicated wellness deck has a massage room, steam sauna, fully-equipped gym, meditation room and a treatment room that comes complete with a cold dip bath, a hydrotherapy bath and a dry sauna. Additionally, there's a beauty salon on the upper deck for a spot more pampering.

Grace E boasts a modern and sleek design by Rémi Tessier featuring an enormous lounge with a sushi bar and an elegant formal dining table for up to 12 guests. She has a sumptuous a full beam master suite with his and hers shower rooms.

She has a 3.5 metre exercise pool on the main deck, a generous yoga space on the aft deck as well as a Jacuzzi, sunpads and a circular bar. Guests can choose from numerous al fresco dining spots and her large collection of water toys means that no one could fail to keep themselves entertained.

Charter rate: Managed for charter by Burgess, Grace E has a weekly charter rate starting from €805,000 for the America's Cup.


The basics: Marae was delivered in 2004 by New Zealand yard, Alloy Yachts. Her most recent refit was in 2014 and she can accommodate up to six guests in three cabins.

Highlights: She will be located at berth 19 between the finish line and the America’s Cup Race Village. With that great spot comes a concierge service, while Nicholson Yachts are offering event passes for America’s Cup events and access to crew briefings.

On deck, lounge on sunpads or enjoy lunch al fresco so you can keep an eye on the day’s events while situated at the heart of the action.

Below deck there’s a comfortable saloon with a dining area, featuring wood panelling and elegant, nautical-themed upholstery. Enjoy a full-service bar in an upper saloon for evening drinks.

Charter rate: She has a weekly rate starting from $65,000 throughout the America's Cup.

Sycara V

The basics: With an eye-catching dark blue hull and accommodation for up to 12 guests in six cabins, 68.15 metre superyacht Sycara V was delivered by Nobiskrug in 2010.

Highlights: Sycara V offers guests plenty of opportunity to indulge in a little pampering, thanks to her beautiful dedicated gymnasium, massage room and steam room. Additionally, you can relax either in the main saloon with friends or in the TV lounge with your favourite films. If you need to keep up with business you can head to the stunning home office, which has vast windows that provide fantastic ocean views.

On deck, revel in the sunshine by reclining in the Jacuzzi or atop the sunpads with a cocktail from the nearby bar. Her substantial beach club opens out from an elegant reception area in which to dry off after making use of Sycara V’s selection of water toys. There are four different al fresco dining spots so you can always enjoy dinner with a view of the sunset.

Charter rate: IYC manages Sycara V for charter and she has a weekly rate starting from €585,000.

Maltese Falcon

The basics: Delivered in 2006 by Perini Navi, 88 metre Maltese Falcon features iconic design by Ken Freivokh and Sinnex. She underwent an extensive refurbishment in winter 2015/2016 and can sleep up to 12 guests in six cabins.

Highlights: Noticeable at every port thanks to her three towering masts and unique sails, Maltese Falcon boasts an on deck Jacuzzi from which you can watch your favourite movies on the al fresco cinema screen. Additionally, there are a few different dining options to enjoy a delicious evening meal under the stars.

She features a state-of-the-art gym, spa area complete with masseuse, dedicated reading room, formal dining room, bar and a vast saloon perfect for socialising with cocktails while discussing the day’s events at the America’s Cup.

Her box of tricks includes a huge inflatable waterslide, four tenders, scuba diving gear, Jet Skis, waterskis, an anti-jellyfish sea pool and much more.

Charter rate: Managed for charter by Burgess, her weekly rate is €440,000 during the America’s Cup.

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