The Best Superyachts to Charter for New Year's Eve 2019

This year why not celebrate New Year's Eve 2019 in style on board one of the most luxurious superyachts available for charter...

Stats: 92 metres, Feadship, 2016, 12 guests, 31 crew

Highlights: With 92 metres of space to play with there’s never a dull moment on board Aquarius. Celebrate the new year up on the sundeck where the crew will prepare cocktails at the bar and serve them straight to the Jacuzzi. Down at the water’s edge there’s a fully-equipped gym for those looking to get started on their new years fitness resolutions, while others might find her plethora of water toys a more enjoyable way to work up a sweat.

Where to find her: Aquarius will heading across the Atlantic to spend the winter season in the Caribbean and Bahamas.

Aquarius is managed for charter by Edmiston with a weekly charter rate starting from $1,500,000.



Feadship |   92 m |   2016

Stats: 56 metres, Benetti, 2005, 12 guests, 15 crew

Highlights: Galaxy is an ideal yacht for families looking to celebrate New Year’s Eve on board. Among her highlights, there's a sunbathing area and sizeable Jacuzzi on the upper decks, while a private cinema and gym can be found below. Galaxy also boasts a well-stocked toy box containing waverunners, Seabobs, a flyboard and full scuba diving equipment, so you can spend the first day of the year messing about on the water.

Where to find her: The Bahamas and wider Caribbean will serve as the cruising destination for Galaxy this winter.

Galaxy is managed for charter by Burgess with a weekly charter rate starting from €249,000



Benetti |   56 m |   2005
Flying Fox

Stats: 136 metres, Lürssen, 2019, 36 guests, 54 crew

Highlights: Ring in the new year on board one of the largest superyachts in the world, Flying Fox. Made for lovers of the great outdoors, her exterior decks house a number of cool features, including a 12 metre swimming pool that sits transversely on the main deck, an outdoor cinema, and an observation lounge for watching the fireworks. After the New Year's Eve celebration, guests can recover from the evening's antics in the two-floor spa complete with a hammam, Jacuzzi, sauna, and cryo sauna.

Where to find her: Unlike most superyachts crossing the Atlantic for the winter season, Flying Fox will be heading east to explore the Indian Ocean instead.

Flying Fox is managed for charter by Imperial with price on application



Lurssen |   136 m |   2019
Te Manu

Stats: 49.4 metres, Codecasa, 1998, 12 guests, 11 crew

Highlight: Perfect for active charter guests who want to keep fit over the holidays, Te Manu is fully stocked with the latest gym equipment and amenities. A Nintendo Wii with Wii Fit, rowing machine, elliptical trainer, free weights and yoga mats can be found in the gym while water sports enthusiasts can enjoy the Jet Ski, kayaks, waterskis and wakeboard carried in Te Manu’s toy box. An elevator can be used to transport guests from the lower deck accommodation up to the expansive sun deck, which features a generously sized Jacuzzi. Last refitted in 2014, Te Manu sports a classic aesthetic yet is endowed with the latest tech.

Where to find her: For an exotic start to the New Year, join Te Manu as she departs from her winter base of St Maarten to cruise around Cuba and the wider Caribbean this winter.

Managed by Thompson, Westwood & White, Te Manu has a weekly charter rate starting from €175,000.



Codecasa |   49.35 m |   1998

Stats: 33 metres, Ferretti Custom Line, 2016, 10 guests, 5 crew

Highlights: She may not be the biggest yacht in this line up, but Alandrea displays an excellent use of space throughout her interiors and exteriors. Above deck, guests can gather and watch the fireworks from the hot tub, wet bar or from the casual lounge area at the bow of the yacht. Spaces on board this Zuccon-designed yacht are versatile: the main salon opens up to a balcony starboard side giving you a unique indoor/outdoor feel and the transom can be converted into a beach club for easy access to the water. Plus, a wealth of toys including paddle boards, a Jet Ski and towables will keep guests entertained during their time on board Alandrea.

Where to find her: Ideal for those who want to spend the New Year in the sun, Alandrea will spend the season cruising around the Caribbean.

Alandrea is managed for charter by Fraser with a weekly charter rate starting from €58,798.


Stats: 48 metres, Hodgdon, 2003, 6 guests, 6 crew

Highlights: This exquisite yacht is perfect yacht for smaller families wanting to sail into the New Year in style. Designed by Bruce King, Asolare boasts a hull made from 600-year-old Douglas fir and 300-year-old western red cedar tree. Asolare's wood-finished interiors further showcase the work of Hodgdon's skilled carvers with unique sculptures and hundreds of individually hand-carved sea motif decorations throughout. Additional features include an expansive master cabin with his and hers offices, plus a generous toy box with fishing gear, paddle boards and waterskis among other delights.

Where to find her: For those who are keen to celebrate New Year's Eve in the Caribbean, sail with Asolare through the Bahamas to celebrate the holiday season.

Managed for charter by Ocean Independence, Asolare has a weekly charter rate starting from €82,000.



Hodgdon |   47.12 m |   2004
Top Five

Stats: 47.85 metres, Christensen, 2005, 12 guests, 10 crew

Highlights: The spacious and elegant interiors on board Top Five provide the perfect backdrop to a New Year's Eve celebration. The master suite features a private study and walk in wardrobe, while the guest cabins all have en suites and entertainment centres. A dining table with room for 12 offers a more formal option and is perfect for a lavish meal to  celebrate the New Year. An elevator will transport guests from below up to the top decks where there is a spa pool, sun loungers and bar.

Where to find her: Top Five with be cruising the Caribbean this holiday season.

Managed by Worth Avenue Yachts, Top Five has a weekly charter rate from €150,150.


Top Five

|  47.85 m |  16 guests |  $17,950,000


Top Five

|  47.9 m |   12 guests  Price from $180,000 p/w



Christensen |   47.85 m |   2005

Stats: 34.14 metres, Ferretti, 2004, 8 guests, 4 crew

Highlights: Mambo stands out from the crowd as this superyacht is entirely constructed from fibreglass. Designed by Gianni Zuccon, the raised pilothouse motor yacht was refitted in 2015. Her warm interiors have been finished in fine woods and all cabins have their own en suite bathrooms and entertainment systems. Guests can make the most of the warm weather on Mambo's open flybridge where there's sun pads, a Jacuzzi and an al fresco bar. Moving aft, a fold out garage creates the perfect swim platform for easy access to the ocean which doubles as a launch pad for her box of water toys.

Where to find her: Bring in 2020 in the Bahamas on board Mambo this winter.

Mambo is managed for charter by IYC with a weekly charter rate from €49,567.


Stats: 50 metres, Westport, 2006, 12 guests, 11 crew

Highlights: Following an extensive refit in 2016, guests on board will benefit from a brand-new wireless entertainment system in their cabins and the main saloon, perfect for entertaining friends and family on New Year's Eve. _Trending'_s elegant new interiors are finished in marble and granite with panoramic windows that allows light to flood through her rooms. Guests can spend New Year's Day on the water making use of Trending's Jet Skis, SeaBobs, glass-bottomed kayaks and kite surfing gear. Plus, there are PADI-certified diving instructors on board so you can kick start the year exploring the underwater world.

Where to find her: The Leeward and Windward islands, as well as the Grenadines and BVI’s, are all possible places in which to celebrate this New Year’s Eve on board Trending.

Trending is managed for charter by Camper & Nicholsons with a weekly charter rate starting from €210,000.



Westport |   49.98 m |   2006