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The best yachts for charter in the East Mediterranean

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Maltese Falcon

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Maltese Falcon East Mediterranean Superyacht Charter

Stats: 88 metre, Perini Navi, 2006, 12 guests, 19 crew

Highlights: Maltese Falcon is one of the most recognisable superyachts in the world – and you could be on board this summer. She offers serious sailing performance thanks to her revolutionary Dynarig as well and plenty of space for al fresco entertaining, including an impressive circular bar on the main deck. For relaxing, there’s a new spa area with an onboard masseuse, and a Jacuzzi on the upper deck (which offers a front row seat to the al fresco cinema projected onto one of her 15 sails). Plus, she’s packed with toys including Laser sailing dinghies, an inflatable slide, SeaBobs, a flyboard, and more.

Maltese Falcon is managed for charter by IYC with a weekly rate starting from €480,000.

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Rox Star

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Rox Star East Mediterranean Superyacht Charter

Stats: 40 metre, Bodrum Oguz Marin, 2015, 10 guests, 6 crew

Highlights: Rox Star is designed as a traditional Turkish gulet but with a modern twist. Elegant black sails offer high-performance sailing even in light winds while a unique interior means guests are shrouded in luxury. Inside, a full-beam main saloon offers a bright lounge and bar area thanks to a central skylight, with a large al fresco dining area aft. Above, spacious decks are ideal for sunbathing with sun pads laid out on huge expanses of open teak decking. Guests can then quickly cool off in the Med thanks to her submersible swim platform.

Rox Star is managed for charter by Edmiston with a weekly rate starting from €75,000.

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Seven Sins

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Seven Sins East Mediterranean superyacht charter

Stats: 52 metre, Sanlorenzo, 2017, 10 guests and 11 crew

Highlights: The star feature on board Seven Sins is her standout beach club, complete with a sauna and gym, fold-out terraaces, and a glass-bottomed swimming pool above which doubles as an intriguing ceiling for the lounge area. Glass is a continuing theme throughout the yacht creating a bright and airy interior that offers incredible outward views, especially in the main saloon with large floor-to-ceiling windows. On sunny afternoons, guests can head ashore and explore secluded bays with her selection of water toys, including SeaDoos, sea scooters, inflatable canoes and paddleboards.

Seven Sins is managed for charter by YPI with a weekly summer charter rate starting at €275,000.

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