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The best charter deals on the market today

15 February 2024 • Written by Georgia Boscawen

If you know where to look, there are some sensational charter deals and discounts to be found for a spontaneous, last-minute getaway on a superyacht. To save time, we’ve done the research and tracked down all the best deals in the superyacht market today, including these superyacht charter discounts, fill-the-gap special rates and last-minute offers that are available right now.


Alberto Cocchi

Stats: Rossinavi, 48.3m, 2014 (2023), 10 guests, 10 crew

The deal: 20 per cent discount in the Caribbean until 15 March

Highlights: If diamonds are your best friend, then Parillion, with its Swarovski-finished interiors is just the charter yacht for you. Delivered in 2014, the Italian-built superyacht has recently had a refit in 2023 that has restored her to her former glory. Her interiors are opulent but not garish, defined by an elaborate staircase dominated by a geometric glass chandelier made from thousands of Swarovski crystals. Cascading through all three decks and projecting flashes of light into the surrounding area, the space was designed by Erico Gobbi, who penned the interiors and exterior of the yacht.

The sheltered sundeck crowns the yacht in more ways than one, featuring a bar, barbecue and 3.5-metre swimming pool with Murano glass tiles and a cascading waterfall. Accommodation on board is for 10 across five cabins including a full beam owner’s cabin with its own balcony. But while she may emanate elegance, Parillion is also filled with fun, with an inflatable waterslide, electric foils, sea bobs and jet skis.

Parillion is available to charter with Edmiston with a weekly rate from €224,339 excluding the deal.

Maltese Falcon

Stats: 88m, Perini Navi, 2006 (2023), 12 guests, 18 crew

The deal: The chance to charter an icon while all offers and enquiries considered

Highlights: Undoubtedly one of the most iconic yachts afloat, Maltese Falcon is a guaranteed head-turner and an excellent choice for those looking for an energetic sailing charter. The late Tom Perkins spent nearly a decade masterminding Maltese Falcon, one of the most unique and technologically innovative sailing superyachts in the world. Kitted out with radical unstayed masts made of "weapons-grade" carbon fibre, she took a staggering six years to complete. She recently saw a huge double refit in summer 2022 and winter 2022-23 with an endless series of astounding upgrades, which included almost every aspect of the yacht. The flybridge has a new circular sunbed that rotates with the sun to make sure you can soak up as many rays as possible. Inside, her guest areas are brighter and more welcoming with lighter woods, cream panels and new tapestries.

On board, you’ll find an impressive three-deck, sky-lit atrium where the stairs spiral around the main mast. In the evenings, head to the flybridge to the outdoor cinema, where movies are projected onto the lower sail.

Maltese Falcon is available to charter with Burgess with a rate from $490,000.


Stats: 38.2m, Rosetti, 2021, 12 guests, 7 crew

The deal: Significant reductions in February and March.

Highlights: Emocean, the eco-conscious and vegan-friendly explorer yacht. She was the first foray into the world of luxury superyachts by commercial yard Rosetti and is relatively new to the charter market following her delivery earlier in 2021. A true representative of modern-day yachting, Emocean is unique for having been meticulously designed for the eco-conscious charterer. As well as boasting an extremely fuel-efficient engine, she embodies a “full vegan ethos” and her vegan owners have ensured there are no leathers or furs in sight as nothing of animal origin has been allowed in the project.

A top choice for those partial to a glass of wine,  the passageway to the dining room of the 38.2-metre superyacht features a crystal wine cellar that takes up the entire starboard wall, with space for storing 150 bottles.

Emocean is available to charter with Camper and Nicholsons with a weekly rate from $160,000 excluding the deal.


Stats: Ocean Alexander, 36m, 2022, 10 guests, 5 crew

The deal: A $20,000 reduction for the next two charter bookings.

Highlights: With a remarkable volume comparable to a much larger vessel, the tri-deck Ocean Alexander, Entrepreneur is proving hugely successful on the charter circuit, having been delivered in 2022. Built for an owner who has more than 20 years of experience, the 36-metre was designed by London-based designer, Evan K. Marshall and features a neutral colour palate and contemporary features. Accommodation on board is for 10 guests across five cabins, two of which are convertible for other uses.

In the design phase, all the deck spaces needed to be designed in favour of guests’ needs on board with modern touches. The Jacuzzi deck offers a small service area, seating and sunbathing while the foredeck has a U-shaped sofa and sun loungers. A favourite spot for guests is the protected beach club where guests can explore the yacht’s toy box.

Entrepreneur is available to charter with Ocean Independence with a weekly rate from $120,000 excluding the deal.


Stats: ISA Yachts, 64.7m, 2021, 12 guests, 16 crew

The deal: 25 per cent discount on Caribbean charters until 15 March

Highlights: Designed specifically for the charter market, Resilience has proved a highly successful member of the fleet thanks to her exciting amenities and her crew – most of whom have been working together since 2016. Her styling consists of a natural colour palette with modern and minimalistic spaces. A self-playing translucent grand piano sits in the upper deck lounge, surrounded by sofas and a sit-up bar aft. Accommodation on board is for 12 guests across seven cabins including the full-beam master cabin on the main deck, which has fold-down balconies and an office.

But for the Caribbean, most of your time will be spent out on deck, where you’ll find a Jacuzzi on the sundeck and a six-metre pool aft with a waterfall feature and a counter-current. Resilience also has a cinema on the bridge deck aft as well as a sauna and steam room.

Resilience is available to charter with Edmiston with a weekly rate from €600,000 excluding the deal.

Talisman C

Stats: 70.5m, Turquoise, 2011, 12 guests, 20 crew

The deal: Significant discounts on winter four and five-day charters

Highlights: Delivered in 2011, by Turkish superyacht builder Turquoise, Talisman C is an important project for the shipyard’s fleet, holding the title of its flagship. Designed throughout by British studio, H2 Yacht Design, her interiors carry something of an elegant Art-Deco style, which is smart, modern and high contrast both in shapes and materials. Her interiors are filled with voluptuous curves limited by sharp edges, soft materials such as suede or pony skin bordered by marble and outlined with polished stainless steel or chrome. Walls are surfaced with shagreen and chairs are upholstered with ‘mock croc’.

At the very heart of the project, however, is family-focused fun. Her toybox is brimming with toys, such as drones, jet skis, eFoils, sea bobs and windsurfers. Out on deck is a huge glass-fronted jacuzzi, a sit-up bar and a shaded al fresco dining area with plenty of space for activities. There's also a 50-inch screen for movie nights under the stars.

Talisman C is available to charter with Burgess with a weekly rate from $567,000 excluding the deal.


Stats: 50m, Neta Marine, 2018, 12 guests, 11 crew

The deal: 10 per cent discount in May and June for charters in Greece

Highlights: A top choice for families, Meira is primed to give kids a real experience of life under sail in Greece this season. The supersized sailing yacht designed by Evan K. Marshall is filled with pleasing light spaces with a blue and white colour palette. Highlights on board include a huge saloon on the main deck as well as a sauna and massage room so that parents can take some time to relax while the kids head out on the ocean waves with the crew atop water toys such as windsurfs, a water slide and Jet Skis. Equally, Meira is primed for those looking to get out on the waves while enjoying the volume of a much larger yacht.

Following an energetic day of sailing, the top deck is the perfect spot to unwind in the spa pool or relax on sun pads before sitting down to an al fresco supper at sunset. The on-board massage therapist can also help you relax deeper into the charter, offering a range of treatments on board whenever you please.

Meira is available to charter with Ocean Independence with a weekly rate from €120,000 excluding the deal.


Stats: 57.4m, Feadship, 2015, 12 guests, 14 crew

The deal: 15 per cent off the weekly charter rate until the end of the Caribbean season

Highlights: Famed for her distinctive profile, Halo is a guaranteed head turner with huge silver arches that dissect the superstructure. The 57-metre remains remarkably futuristic in appearance, despite being delivered in 2015, making her a top choice for the Caribbean this season.

Designed specifically with world cruising in mind, she boasts a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles. Halo is also designed with plentiful outdoor living spaces, namely an enormous sun deck, which Feadship says extends five metres further forward than would be found on comparable-sized superyachts. This sun deck features a grey Jacuzzi, matching the yacht’s paint scheme, which can be covered with an electronically powered carbon fibre sun awning.

Halo is available to charter with Y.CO with a weekly rate from $425,000 excluding the deal.

More about this yacht

Perini Navi   88 m •  2006
Neta Marine   54.5 m •  2018

Yachts for sale

Turquoise Yachts   70.54 m •  12 guests •  €55,000,000
Neta Marine   54.5 m •  12 guests •  €12,500,000

Yachts for charter

ISA   64.76 m •  12 guests • Price from €600,000 p/w
Rosetti Superyachts   38.15 m •  12 guests • Price from $160,000 p/w

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