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13 of the coolest luxury yachts we wish were available for charter

13 of the coolest luxury yachts we wish were available for charter

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Sexy Fish

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Despite being spoilt with a huge variety of charter options, there are plenty of private luxury yachts we'd love to cruise atop the high seas. Peruse our edit of the most beautifully designed, extraordinary and often divisive superyachts in the world.

  1. Sexy Fish

Proof that great things can come in smaller packages, 39.3 metre Sexy Fish is packed with incredible features.

Delivered in 2016 by Tansu Yachts with achingly cool in-house styling, she can sleep up to 10 guests in five chic cabins. by Below deck her highlights include a contemporary and spacious main saloon with enormous windows, as well as a dining area and wine fridge.

Designed for outdoor living, Sexy Fish's angular exterior lines surround wide-open deck spaces that boast a stunning sundeck bar with an optional roof, while sunpads can be found further aft. On the main deck aft, there are loungers, a dining area and a creatively-lit beach club and swimming platform area, which secured her place in our edit of the best superyacht aft views.

Modern and majestic, this is a robust superyacht that packs a punch – sadly, she is not available for charter.

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Pink Gin

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The 53.9 metre eye-catching all-carbon sloop sailing yacht Pink Gin was delivered last year by Baltic Yachts and boasts quirky contemporary styling by Judel-Vrolijk and Design Unlimited.

Highlights range from two fold-out cabin balconies to collapsable Murano chandeliers over the cockpit dining area, but champion feature has to be the life-sized sea nymph in the guest foyer, created by Roberto Fabelo. Pink Gin can sleep up to 14 guests in seven cabins. She has a spacious starboard lounge with a cocktail bar and a port dining area complete with a table created by Danish artist Marcin Rusak, who set petals and leaves into a dark polish resin.

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Al Lusail

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Boasting sleek and curvaceous exterior lines, this eye-catching 123 metre Lürssen is still shrouded in secrecy. Featuring in-house naval architecture and exterior styling by H2 Yacht Design, Al Lusail's dynamic look blurs the boundaries between the upper four decks, making her one of our favourites from 2017.

Known highlights include a March & White interior, as well as an on-deck swimming pool, helipad and Jacuzzi. She also has four custom Compass tenders with styling to match hers. They offer two metres of headroom, iPad-controlled lighting and tinted windows.

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