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The top superyachts that joined the charter market in 2018

The top superyachts that joined the charter market in 2018



Yacht for charter Prana

Launched this summer, 55 metre Phinisi Prana combines luxury cruising with traditional boatbuilding and will be island hopping around Indonesia's eastern archipelago, sailing between Komodo National Park, the Banda Islands and Raja Ampat.

Spread across four decks, she can sleep up to 18 guests in nine sumptuous cabins, including an upper deck master suite with 180-degree views and a private deck. Prana was commissioned by Ibiza-based boutique hotel Atzaro and so all cabins feature their signature tropical-chic styling, with king or queen-sized beds and rainfall showers.

Other highlights include a yoga deck that doubles as a cinema under the stars, a spa, and a water sports deck where guests can pick up diving equipment and explore Indonesia's vibrant coral reefs, accompanied by an onboard diving instructor.

Prana is managed for charter by Yacht Sourcing, and can be booked in its entirety or by individual suite. Full yacht charter rates start from $12,500 per night.

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Delivered earlier this year, 36 metre motor yacht Sands has joined the charter fleet. Featuring classic Italian styling the yacht, which was built by Maiora, will be based on the Amalfi Coast.

Sands offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in six cabins, including two equal sized VIP cabins on the main deck. Her flexible layout also offers a further two double and two twin cabins. All the cabins are equipped with the latest audio visual systems, including ultra high definition 4k TV screens.

The yacht’s contemporary interior also has a large lounging area and dining area. There are further al fresco dining options and she also has an outdoor bar on the top deck, which is perfect for sundowners.

She features a packed toy box, including Seabobs, kayaks, stand up paddle boards, and snorkelling and scuba diving equipment. She also has stabilisers both at zero speed and when underway to ensure comfortable cruising conditions.

Sands is managed for charter by Camper and Nicholsons
and her weekly charter rate starts from €110,000.

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Launched in summer 2018, 72 metre Tankoa YachtsSolo made her debut at the Monaco Yacht Show and has joined Northrop and Johnson's charter fleet. She'll be spending the summer season in the Mediterranean and her winters in the Caribbean.

Solo’s contemporary interior, designed by Margherita Casprini, sleeps up to 12 guests in six cabins. Her master suite features a private terrace and a Jacuzzi, while other guests can be accommodated in a large VIP, two double-bed cabins and two twin cabins.

She features impressive outdoor spaces, which a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor living, as well as a vast beach club with a salon, bar, sauna and Hamman. She also has a skylounge after which has swimming pool and a touch-and-go helipad that can be converted into a dance floor.

Solo is managed for charter by Northrop & Johnson, with a weekly charter rate starting from €595,000 per week.

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