23 superyachts available for charter with the coolest water toy collections


Having undergone refit works over the winter season 43 metre Emotion² is now even better equipped to offer endless fun on the water. One of her new features is a dedicated golf tee on the sundeck with biodegradable balls and floating golf green.

For further fun while at anchor she also has kayaks, stand up paddle boards, a Jetsurf, a Flyboard, waterskis, towables and snorkelling and fishing gear. Emotion² also has an inflatable dock platform to extend the bathing platform for additional space or to act as a launching area. The yacht is a RYA centre for the 2018 season and the First Officer is an instructor.

The surprisingly spacious yacht has accommodation for up to ten guests in five cabins. Her full beam master suite located on the main deck has a walk-in dressing room, a private balcony and adjoining office. Other new additions after her most recent refit include an illuminated tiger onyx bar in the upper saloon, a fireplace on the sundeck and a new sauna in the gym.

Emotion² is managed for charter by Burgess and has a weekly charter rate starting from €133,000 per week.


The 59.1 metre Oceanco Helios, which has recently been sold, has joined Edmiston’s charter fleet and is one of the yachts with the best selection of water toys available for charter.

Perfect for fun with all the family, she has a 40-metre custom slide and a large climbing wall. Her toy box also includes three of the latest model Seabobs and a selection of Sea-Doos.

Other standout features of Helios include a vast sundeck with a Jacuzzi, a fully equipped gym and a drop-down cinema projector screen for movie nights. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in seven cabins including five doubles and two twins, for ultimate flexibility.

Helios is managed for charter by Edmiston and has a weekly charter rate starting from €350,000 per week. She will be available in the West Mediterranean this summer.


Head out into the ocean atop a one- or two-man canoe courtesy of 49.17 metre Nassima, who can be found cruising in the west Mediterranean all year round.

Those with a need for speed can take advantage of the Jobe inflatable donut, banana chaser and couch, while thrill seekers can try out the inflatable trampoline or the FlyBoard. Additionally, she has paddleboards, a wakeboard, water skis and two dive sets.

Nassima can sleep up to 12 guests in six cabins including a vast owner’s suite with its own private deck. Additionally, she has an elegant saloon with a large television, a formal dining table for 12 people and a fitness room with state of the art gym equipment.

Her sundeck has a Jacuzzi, drinks bar and sunpads, and she boasts a choice of al fresco dining areas.

Nassima is managed for charter by Fraser and has a weekly rate starting from €200,000.

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Acico Yachts   49.18 m •   2012

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Acico Yachts   49.18 m •  12 guests •  €10,900,000

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Acico Yachts   49.18 m •   12 guests • Price from €200,000 p/w

At Last

Step aboard 44.17 metre At Last and slide into the turquoise Caribbean waters via her inflatable slide, which stretches down from the flybridge. Guests can also play on the water trampoline, while the more adventurous types can opt for one of the four wave runners, Seabobs, water skis or paddleboards. Additionally, she has everything needed for days spent diving the stunning coral reefs of the Caribbean.

Delivered in 1990 by Heesen and refitted in 2014, she can sleep up to 11 guests in five cabins with a crew of eight. Her on-board highlights include a skylounge bar, a contemporary main saloon and a quirky dining room.

Her sundeck boasts a bar, Jacuzzi, seating area and sunpads with optional shades, while al fresco dining can be found aft. An additional seating area, perfect for watching the sunset, can be found forward.

Managed for charter by Camper & Nicholsons, she has a weekly rate starting from $135,000.


Explore hidden bays and coves with Nautilus's (formerly Grace E) three high-end tenders, including the 9.2 metre Cockwells twin jet tender with two 315hp engines. Alternatively, travel with manpower across the ocean waves with a fleet of six kayaks, two paddleboards and numerous inflatables. To pick up a little speed, opt for the waterskis, wakeboards and tows, or even the two SeaBobs, four See-Doos or two Jetsurfs.

Delivered in 2014 by Perini Navi, the 73 metre luxury yacht can sleep up to 12 guests in seven elegant cabins with a crew of 20. Her on-board highlights include a wellness deck complete with gymnasium. massage room, steam sauna, dry sauna, cold dip bath and a hydrotherapy bath. her extremely contemporary interior plays host to a myriad of lounge, dining and bar areas.

On deck, she boasts pool a Jacuzzi and a counter-current pool, as well as an al fresco cocktail bar and plenty of options for dining under the stars.

Managed for charter by Y.CO, she has a weekly winter rate starting from $749,000 in the low season and $805,000 in the high season in the Caribbean and South America. In the summer season, she will be available in the West Mediterranean with a weekly rate starting from €749,000 in the low season and €805,000 in the high season.

Force Blue

Zip around the Mediterranean atop Force Blue's new Jet Surf or put some distance between yourself and the sea with her fly board. Alternatively, race the two Waverunners against the Jet Ski and see which is the fastest. Force Blue has the perfect toy box for anyone with a need for speed, containing equipment such as water skis, inflatable towables, SeaBobs and wakeboards. Alternatively, head beneath the waves with some snorkel gear or go for a paddle in one of her two single kayaks.

Delivered in 2002 by Royal Denship and refitted in 2009, 63.3 metre Force Blue can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins, with a crew of up to 21 people. Her bright and roomy interior boasts a vast saloon for socialising, a movie theatre, amazing spa and gym facilities and a disco room, making her the perfect option for a party.

Her sundeck is fully equipped for sun worshipping with a Jacuzzi, seemingly endless loungers, optional shading over the seating areas and observation seating facing forward, so guests can watch the horizon when on the move. Take the party out onto the upper deck aft, where you'll find an expansive cocktail lounge with plenty of seating areas.

Force Blue is managed for charter by Fraser and has a weekly charter rate starting from €235,000.

Triple Seven

Don your wetsuit and dive into the Mediterranean with an exciting range of water toys courtesy of 68 metre Triple Seven. Seek out cliff arches and caves atop paddleboards, outrigger canoes and kayaks or pick up some speed with the Waverunners, Jet Skis, Laser sail boats, water skis and flyboards. You could even try a fishing lesson beneath the ocean waves with the diving gear and spearguns. Alternatively, opt for her range of inflatables, which includes a massive slide and climbing wall, to keep the family entertained.

Below deck, Triple Seven can sleep up to 10 guests in five cabins with a crew of 18. Delivered by Nobiskrug in 2006, she boasts a clean and contemporary interior complete with private office, a vast main saloon perfect for entertaining, an elegant dining room and a spacious cinema lounge.

Guests can relax up on deck in the bubbling Jacuzzi with a glass of Champagne or relax with friends in the aft deck lounge. For dinner next to the ocean waves, head down to the expansive beach club for an al fresco supper.

Managed for charter by Burgess, she has a weekly rate starting from €538,000.


Explore Central and South America this winter with 83.5 metre Savannah – as one of the world's most expensive yachts for charter,_ _you can guarantee she has a serious selection of water toys. Sailing lovers can make use of the two Lasers, while adrenaline junkies can zip away over the ocean waves on one of four jet skis, four jet surfs, the SeaDoo Wake Waverunner or four SeaBobs. For a more languid excursion, opt for a double or single kayak, a stand-up paddleboard or a towable from her large collection. Keen divers and well catered for thanks to the seven scuba diving sets.

Delivered in 2015, Feadship and CG Design pulled out all the stops in order to create a palatial superyacht that covers all bases. Her never-ending deck space boasts a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, lounge area complete with fireplace and a choice al fresco dining spots for any occasion.

Highlights of her expansive interior include the spa, complete with masseuse, beautician, gym and Hammam, an underwater observation lounge, exceptional lounge spaces, a private office and library, a sleek dining room and a stunning cocktail bar. She sleeps up to 12 guests in six cabins, which includes a master suite that has a huge skylight and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Managed for charter by Edmiston, Savannah has a weekly charter rate starting from €1,000,000.

Bella Vita

Feed your inner thrill-seeker with a range of exhilarating water toys and towable inflatables offering endless entertainment as part of Bella Vita's (formerly Northern Star) stellar toy box. The 75.4 metre superyacht, which was delivered by Lürssen in 2009, boasts three Seabobs and two jet skis, as well as four kayaks (three one-person and one double) and three paddleboards for those who enjoy a slower pace on the water. Guests can also try their hand at wakeboarding or waterskiing, or explore the marine life below with a range of scuba diving and snorkelling equipment.

Perfect for water babies, Bella Vita has two on-deck Jacuzzis for those in need of a dip, both of which are surrounded by sofas and loungers for relaxing in the sunshine.

Inside, her recently refitted interior features a large main saloon with a grand piano and adjoining dining room, a beauty salon and massage room, an elegant skylounge with a bar and fireplace, a home cinema and a gym. She has accommodation for 12 guests in six cabins, including a stunning master suite complete with study, his and hers bathrooms and private bar.

Bella Vita is managed for charter by Moran Yacht & Ship and has a weekly charter rate starting from €650,000 in the summer season and from $650,000 in the winter.

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Lurssen   75.4 m •   2009

Double Down

Play in Caribbean waters atop one of Double Down's array of towables, or make waves with one of her jet skis. Children and adults alike can enjoy splashing into the ocean via her inflatable slide, while those after a calmer expedition can make use of a paddleboard. Double Down also has sailing and windsurfing facilities, so water babies will find it hard to run out of entertainment options.

After antics in the sea, guests can unwind on deck with a cocktail in the Jacuzzi or on a sunlounger before dining in the shade at the al fresco dining table.

Codecasa delivered Double Down in 2010 and the 65 metre superyacht can sleep up to 12 guests in eight cabins. The fun continues below deck as she boasts karaoke equipment, a beautiful drinks bar, a gymnasium, an enormous main saloon and an elegant dining room for sumptuous evening feasts.

Managed for charter by Thompson, Westwood & White Yachts, she has a weekly charter rate starting from €455,000 in the low season and €495,000 in the high season.

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Codecasa   65 m •   2010

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Codecasa   65 m •  18 guests •  $44,000,000

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