The top new superyachts for charter in 2021

Despite the trials of the previous year, shipyards have continued to deliver superyachts, meaning there's a whole new charter fleet raring to go in 2021. As travel restrictions ease and vacationing is back on the cards, we take a look at the best new superyachts available for charter...


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

Emocean is the first explorer yacht to be delivered by Rosetti. Boasting a 5,000 nautical mile cruising range and a robust hull, Emocean is unique for her eco-friendly credentials. All interior spaces are finished with sustainable and vegan materials and her fuel-efficient engine consumes only 60 litres an hour.

But the sustainable ethos is not the only standout feature of Emocean. She offers an impressive 350 square metres of deck space equipped with an infinity pool, bar, sunpads and an alfresco dining area on the sundeck. There’s also space to workout using the latest gym equipment such as a slim beam Pilates IQ reformer and running machine. Additionally, a glass-fronted winter garden complete with heaters and a cooling mist spray setting mean guests can enjoy the views in any weather.

Below deck, further amenities include a formal dining room with a 150-bottle crystal wine cellar, a skylounge with a home cinema set up and a drinks bar, a beach club and a full-beam master suite with a private office and balcony.

Emocean is managed for charter by Camper & Nicholsons with a weekly charter rate starting from $160,000.

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38m Explorer

Rosetti Superyachts   37.83 m •   2021


Stats: 64.76 metres, ISA, 2021, 12 guests, 15 crew

Penned inside and out by Enrico Gobbi’s Team For Design studio, Resilience is characterised by a classic exterior and a midnight blue hull. Her interiors are styled in a neutral palette with modern, minimal, furnishings and boast an impressive full-beam master suite compete with a private terrace and study. Other indoor features include a formal dining area and a skylounge with a distinctly nautical feel, as well as a wellness centre with a gym, hammam and massage room.

Outdoors there are a number of amenities for charter guests to enjoy while cruising in warmer climes. The sundeck offers a Jacuzzi and a lounge space with a projector for movie nights under the stars, while the main deck aft is home to the swimming pool. Steps from the pool lead down to the swimming platform and beach club, which features fold-down balconies, a lounge and a drinks bar. A well-stocked toybox also carries Jet Skis, SeaBobs, kayaks, a flyboard as well as gear for waterskiing and wakeboarding.

Resilience is managed for charter by Edmiston with a weekly charter rate starting from €550,000.


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ISA   65.5 m •   2021


Stats: 55 metres, Heesen, 2021, 12 guests, 13 crew

Moskito marries pedigree Dutch design by Heesen with innovative engineering and elegant, modern styling by Omega Architects. A Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen Naval Architects combined with Tier-III compliant engines increases her fuel-efficiency and reduces emissions while underway, making this steel-class superyacht ideal for both short cruises and longer passages that make use of her 4,500 nautical mile range.

Her contemporary interiors have been designed by Bannenberg & Rowell with finishes in rich eucalyptus, sycamore and smoked oak chevron woods and feature a master suite spanning 82 square metres.

An on board highlights is the 100 square metre sundeck, complete with al fresco dining spaces and a Jacuzzi. There’s also an impressive beach club with a sauna and steam room and a swimming platform that offers easy access to the water for a quick dip or to make use of her range of toys, from Jet Skis, Sea Bobs and kayaks to e-bikes, water skiing equipment and more.

Moskito is managed for charter by IYC with a weekly charter rate starting from €350,000.

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Heesen   55 m •   2021


Stats: 41 metres, Dynamiq, 2021, 10 guests, 6 crew

With her gilded aluminium hull glinting in the sunshine, Stefania is easily recognisable from afar and is sure to make an impression wherever she goes. Penned by Dobroserdov design, this new superyacht by Dynamiq is based on the yard’s “Med” version of the GTT135 model. 

Her interiors by Giuseppina Arena are inspired by the art deco style of the roaring twenties, and continue the golden age theme inside, interspersed with splashes of deep blue while mirrors, geometric lines and glittering chandeliers create the ultimate party atmosphere on board.

Highlights on board Stefania include her outdoor spaces, complete with a sizable swimming pool for 10 guests on the aft deck with uninterrupted views out to sea, plus a sundeck with an outdoor cinema, a drinks bar, sunpads and al fresco dining. Additional dining can be found inside next to a cosy fireplace.

Powered by twin MAN V12-1650 engines, Stefania can reach a top speed of 21 knots and has been designed to cruise far and wide with an impressive range of 5,000 nautical miles at a speed of 10 knots.

Stefania is managed for charter by Arcon Yachts with a weekly charter rate starting from €190,000.

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Dynamiq   41 m •   2021

Cloud 9

Stats: 61.5 metres, Sanlorenzo, 2021, 12 guests, 15 crew

With swish interiors by Margherita Casprini and Francesco Paszkowski and a plethora of state-of-the-art wellness amenities, Cloud 9 has been aptly named. She was delivered by Sanlorenzo as the newest member of the 62 Steel series to a sleek design by Officina Italiana.

Offering a cruising range of 5,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 16.5 knots, guests on board Cloud 9 will be able to explore a variety of destinations – but she’ll be starting off in Monaco for her first season.

Cloud 9 can accommodate up to 12 guests and 15 crew. Living spaces on board are modern and elegant with a refined palette in neutral cool, colours. A dedicated owner's deck offers a private area for workouts, al fresco dining and a dip in the hot tub surrounded by sun pads, while an elevator can whisk guests with ease between Cloud 9’s different decks.

An additional swimming pool is located aft, complemented by a sizeable beach club with three sides of fold-down balconies to optomise space and bring guests even closer to the water. Sun loungers, a hammam, a gym and a drinks bar complete the space.

Cloud 9 is managed for charter by Burgess with a weekly charter rate starting from €525,000.

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Sanlorenzo   61.5 m •   2021

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Sanlorenzo   61.5 m •   12 guests • Price from $525,000 p/w


Stats: 49.91 metres, Columbus Yachts, 2021, 11 guests, 9 crew

Designed inside and out by Luca Dini, Columbus S50 superyacht K2 sports striking lines and a vertical bow that instantly sets her apart from the crowd. 

Exterior deck spaces are a primary focus on board, ensuring there is plenty of space for guests to soak up the sunshine. Her spacious foredeck is equipped with a large Jacuzzi and sun pads for whiling away an afternoon, with a number of al fresco lounge and dining areas throughout for sun-kissed meals or sunset drinks.

A sizable beach club complete with an outdoor cinema offers easy access to the water, and K2 conveniently carries an extensive range of water toys and towables for thrill-seekers to enjoy. 

Other highlights within her pared-back interiors include a fully-equipped gym and a formal dining table for entertaining on board whatever the weather. 

Offering a 3,000 nautical mile range and a swift top speed of 22 knots, K2 will be able to island hop her way through the western Mediterranean with ease.

K2 is managed by Fraser with a weekly charter rate starting from €270,000.

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Columbus Yachts   49.5 m •   2021

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Columbus Yachts   49.5 m •   11 guests • Price from €270,000 p/w


Stats: 26.2 metres, Extra Yachts, 2021, 8 guests, 4 crew

For the eco-conscious charterer, the Francesco Guida-designed Haze offers luxury accommodations with a reduced carbon footprint. 

The 26 metre fibreglass and GRP yacht, designed with sleek and modern penthouse-style interiors by Lawson Robb, is outfitted with photo-voltaic cells that produce green energy for use on board.

Eight guests will make good use of the 50 square metre beach club, fitted with a hydraulic swimming platform and a generous sweep of sunpads, seamlessly flowing into the al fresco dining area and show galley located aft. The spacious aft deck can also be transformed into the perfect spot for entertaining friends and family on board, complete with a projector for movie nights under the stars. 

Inside, a full-beam main saloon is bathed in natural light thanks to panoramic windows, complete with a formal dining table and a state-of-the-art entertainment system. 

Powered by two Volvo 1,350hp engines, Haze can reach a top speed of 21 knots and offers a range of 1,200 nautical miles at a comfortable cruising speed of 16 knots.

Haze is managed for charter by Fraser with a weekly charter rate starting from €55,000.

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Extra Yachts   26.2 m •   2020

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Extra Yachts   26.2 m •   8 guests • Price from €55,000 p/w

Blue II

Credit: Guillaume Plisson

Stats: 55.9 metres, Turquoise Yachts, 2020, 12 guests

Blue II’s retro-chic profile captures the spirit of the swinging sixties, but look a little closer and you’ll find a fine example of a modern explorer with cutting edge comfort and hybrid technology.

The 55.9 metre modern-classic by Turquoise Yachts hit the water in 2020. Designed to tackle the Arctic with ease, Blue II is built for adventure with a steel hull and 6,000 nautical mile range. Her steamship-inspired exterior, courtesy of Hoek Design, is the studio’s first and only motor yacht project.

Water toys abound, naturally, complemented by a hydraulic swim platform for swift access to the sea. Guests can start each day with a few laps around the boat atop paddleboards, or for those looking to get the adrenaline pumping there are e-Foils, Waverunners and SeaBobs raring to go. Two large tenders are hidden beneath the aft deck, deployed through hatches, with a custom six-tonne crane that stows almost invisibly into the yacht's superstructure. 

Below deck, Blue II’s interiors are bright and understated sporting a simple palette of gloss-finished teak, white paint and soft beige upholstered panels, designed in collaboration with British studio John Vickers. There are two master suites on board - one on the upper deck and the other on the main deck - and the yacht can accommodate a total of 12 guests.

Other highlights include a spa area with a sauna and steam room for those seeking some much-needed rest and relaxation.

Blue II is managed by Burgess with charters starting from €294,000 per week.

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Turquoise Yachts   55.99 m •   2020

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Turquoise Yachts   55.99 m •   12 guests • Price from €294,000 p/w


Stats: 48.8 metres, Rossinavi, 2020, 10 guests, 9 crew

EIV is one of three custom yachts delivered by Italian shipyard Rossinavi in 2020. Commissioned by an American owner, the 48.8 metre motor yacht strikes the perfect balance of Italian flair and American power. Even in a crowded marina, you can spot her svelte, duo-tone profile, with continuous glazing that runs the length of the main deck and air vent grills, much like the sort you'd find on a sports car.

A minimalist interior welcomes guests with an understated palette of crisp whites, cream leathers and accents of duck-egg blue, while Murano glass artworks, stainless steel, silks and marble add a subtle hint of glamour. The main saloon is flooded with natural light, with two drop-down balconies and a portion of floor-to-ceiling windows that concertina into the superstructure for an indoor-outdoor space.

EIV can sleep a total of 10 guests across five cabins: the first three are found on the lower deck, two of which can be joined to create one large VIP suite, while the master stateroom sits forward on the main deck. Primary guests on board will benefit from a private drop-down balcony as well as an owner's study with a custom-designed 200-bottle wine cellar. An elevator connects all decks. 

With warm weather cruising in mind, EIV is home to not one but two Jacuzzis. The first can be found on the bow surrounded by a fan of sun pads, while the second serves as an oversized resistance pool and resides on the sun deck, complemented by loungers.

EIV will be spending the winter season in the Bahamas and summer season in the Mediterranean with charters start from $245,000 per week. EIV is managed by IYC.

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Rossinavi   48.8 m •   2020


Credit: Jeff Brown

Stats: 107 metres, Benetti, 2020, 12 guests, 34 crew

Lana is one of Benetti's biggest launches to date and will be available for charter in the Mediterranean this summer.

Lana offers five decks and 3,900GT of superior comfort and luxury complete with a hammam-style mosaic spa, cinema with a state-of-the-art audio system and a supersized sun deck pool surrounded by sun pads on three sides - perfect for those in need of some serious rest and relaxation.

On the upper deck, glass doors open fully to create an indoor-outdoor dining experience with 14 guests seated around a striking backlit honey onyx dining table. On cooler evenings a second formal dining option can be found adjacent to the main saloon.

Active charter guests will benefit from on board gym instructors and a state-of-the-art gym, as well as an arsenal of watertoys and a beach club from which to launch them.

Lana can accommodate up to 12 guests in eight en-suite staterooms including a master suite and seven VIP cabins, each with their own individual colour scheme.

Lana is available for charter with Imperial with a weekly charter rate starting from €1,800,000.

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Benetti   107 m •   2020

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