The best yachts for charter in the west Mediterranean

From the French Riviera and Monaco to the Amalfi Coast and Balearics, the western Mediterranean yachting hotspots are synonymous with glitz and glamour. Hosting some of the biggest onshore and offshore events throughout the calendar, including The Superyacht Cup and Monaco Grand Prix, the summer months from May to September are the best time to take in the full experience of the Med. Whether you’re planning a family holiday, wellness getaway or a hedonistic vacation with a jam-packed itinerary, browse our selection of the finest yachts available to charter in the western Mediterranean this summer...

Lemon Tree

Stats: 61.5 metres, Sanlorenzo, 2021, 12 guests, 16 crew

Highlights: Rest and relaxation are at the heart of all charters on board Lemon Tree, where sun pads abound and a crew of 16 cater to every whim. A barista serves up coffee each morning (which is best enjoyed from the sun deck) while a masseuse is on hand to soothe sore muscles after a day spent rummaging through her toy box. A flexible layout means she can host families of all shapes and sizes, with a convertible that can be used as a playroom for those with little ones in tow. The hardest decision guests will have to make during their stay on Lemon Tree is which of the two pools to swim in first.

Charter rate: From €485,000 per week with Y.CO.

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Sanlorenzo   61.5 m •   2021

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Sanlorenzo   61.5 m •  12 guests •  €59,500,000

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Sanlorenzo   61.5 m •   12 guests • Price from €485,000 p/w

Man of Steel

Credit: Ocean Independence

Stats: 86 metres, Oceanco, 2010, 12 guests, 28 crew

Highlights: For the first time ever, the iconic Oceanco Man of Steel is available to charter. Within her colourful interiors, she boasts an impressive state-of-the-art private cinema with tiered seating amidships, an owner’s suite overlooking a private Jacuzzi deck, and a wellness centre equipped with rooms for massages and treatments with the resident therapist, a sea-view gym, sauna and steam room. Outdoors, guests can arrive or depart in style thanks to the helipad and spend their days soaking up the sunshine beside the two swimming pools or splashing around with toys including e-foils, a Hoverboard and a jet board.

Charter rate: From €1,200,000 per week with Ocean Independence. Not available for sale or charter to US residents while in US waters.


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Oceanco   86 m •   2010

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Oceanco   86 m •   12 guests • Price from €1,200,000 p/w

Kathleen Anne

Credit: Hill Robinson

Stats: 39 metres, Feadship, 2009, 10 guests, 7 crew

Highlights: Kathleen Anne has all the gear for fitness fanatics to keep up with their regimes while on board as she cruises through the Balearics this summer. On the sundeck, guests can work up a sweat on the treadmill while taking in vast ocean views, before unwinding with a dip in the hot tub or an afternoon nap on the sunpads. Kathleen Anne also offers a range of watersports on board including kayaking, paddleboarding, waterskiing, sailing and wakeboarding, plus there’s also a pair of SeaBobs and towable toys for more fun in the water. Indoors, each en suite cabin has an Apple TV and the full-beam master suite offers a private study and walk-in wardrobe.

Charter rate: From €140,000 per week with Hill Robinson.


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Feadship   39 m •   2009

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Feadship   39 m •   10 guests • Price from €140,000 p/w

Mimi La Sardine

Credit: Stuart Pearce

Stats: 33.85 metres, Cantiere delle Marche, 2019, 8 guests, 6 crew

Highlights: Mimi La Sardine is a World Superyacht Award-winning vessel. Her beach-house style interiors are finished with natural materials such as plants, shells and reclaimed wood sculptures to emphasise the relationship with the natural world, flowing seamlessly into the outdoor spaces. The sundeck serves as the principal hub on board, with an illuminated, glass-encased hot tub offering panoramic views, sunpads, al fresco dining and a covered bar area for cocktails. There’s a toybox stocked with water sports gear while Mimi La Sardine cruises along the French Riviera and Amalfi Coast, with stops for snorkelling in the Porquerolles islands or a visit to thermal springs in Ischia.

Charter rate: From €120,000 per week in euros or cryptocurrency with SuperYachtsMonaco.


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Cantiere delle Marche   33.85 m •   2019

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Cantiere delle Marche   33.85 m •   10 guests • Price from €120,000 p/w


Credit: Fraser

Stats: 33 metres, Custom Line, 2022, 12 guests, 7 crew

Highlights: Haiami will be spending her maiden season in the Med so charterers this year will be among the first guests to ever be welcomed on board. Packed into her 33-metre-length is a sundeck with a hot tub and al fresco dining, a large saloon that can be expanded via the innovative Dual Mode Transom system and a full-beam main deck master complete with separate his and hers ensuites.

Charter rate: From €128,000 per week with Fraser.


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Custom Line   33 m •   2022


Stats: 27 metres, Jongert, 2007, 6 guests, 3 crew

Highlights: For charter guests keen to participate in the major sailing regattas taking place in Sardinia or Mallorca this summer, Icarus is the perfect vessel combining impressive racing capabilities with a range of on board comforts. Her performance at sea is enhanced by the powered furling sail system for easy handling and the revolutionary keel and rudder design combined with a carbon mast measuring five meters taller than average. Finally, an inner forestay helps to avoid pitching in rough seas and the cockpit with its retractable electronic sliding roof and electronic windows can be closed off when the weather has turned. When not racing, guests can unwind in the deck Jacuzzi, enjoy meals al fresco and dip into the toybox packed with gear for waterskiing and scuba diving.

Charter rate: From €35,000 per week with Northrop & Johnson.


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Jongert   26.76 m •   2007

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Jongert   27 m •   6 guests • Price from €35,000 p/w


Credit: Cecil Wright

Stats: 60.9 metres, Abeking & Rasmussen, 2012, 12 guests, 16 crew

Highlights: Arience’s features are optimised for guests looking to make the most of the outdoors during their stay on board. Guests can enjoy a heart-pumping workout in the waterside gym, unwind in the beach club with its own folding sea terrace and drinks bar, take a dip in the sundeck jacuzzi with its swim-up bar and calming waterfall feature, top-up tans on the aft sunpads or watch the sunset from the forward observation lounge. Other highlights include al fresco dining on the bridge deck and a private master deck equipped with its own terrace, Jacuzzi and bar, leading directly to the panoramic owner’s suite.

Charter rate: From €595,000 per week with Cecil Wright & Partners.


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Abeking & Rasmussen   60 m •   2012

Lady E

Credit: Burgess

Stats: 74.5 metres, Amels, 2006, 12 guests, 21 crew

Highlights: Following a rebuild in 2020, Lady E boasts a brand new beach club and a number of updates throughout her interior. For days spent on the water, Lady E is packed with toys from a climbing wall and Jet Skis to scuba gear, e-foils, Flyboards and sailing dinghies. When it’s time to dry off, guests can relax in the waterside beach club with its lounge, cocktail bar and 77 inch TV or they can head up to the BBQ deck which offers al fresco dining and is now equipped with a Turkish hammam and a heated pool with counter-current jets. Other features include a climate-controlled gym and a beauty salon on the bridge deck for guests to indulge in spa or beauty treatments, plus for movie nights the entertainment systems in the main saloon have also been updated.

Charter rate: From $665,000 per week with Burgess.


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Amels   74.5 m •   2006


Credit: Edmiston

Stats: 43 metres, Benetti, 2007, 10 guests, 8 crew

Highlights: Cruising between Ibiza and Mallorca this summer, Diane offers a calming retreat from the high-octane lifestyle of the Balearic islands. The sundeck provides al fresco dining with a BBQ and optional awning as well as a Jacuzzi and sunpads. Closer to the water, the fold-down beach club offers a space for dipping into the sea and launching her range of water toys including Jet Skis, paddleboards and gear for waterskiing or wakeboarding, plus she also carries full gym equipment for those wanting to stay on top of their fitness regimes while at sea.

Charter rate: From €140,000 per week with Edmiston.


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Benetti   42.73 m •   2007

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Benetti   43 m •   10 guests • Price from €135,000 p/w


Credit: Camper & Nicholsons

Stats: 74.5 metres, Amels, 2006, 12 guests, 21 crew

Highlights: Saluzi is an instant head-turner wherever she goes and is sure to standout in the Mediterranean this summer. Named after a mystical warhorse that belonged to Tang Dynasty Emperor Taizong, a colourful artwork by Li Jiwei is plastered across the hull as a modern interpretation of this ancient Chinese tale. But her interiors are equally as captivating as the graphic decorations of her exterior. As many as 32 guests can be hosted overnight, with her vibrant interiors designed as a fusion of eastern and western tastes. Key features for entertaining on board include a karaoke room, an extensive spa and gym serviced by two resident therapists and a personal trainer, an open-air cinema and two hot tubs on the sundeck. Saluzi can also hold game nights with her automatic shuffle MahJong table and transformable Casino table. Additional features include an expansive beach club and an extensive list of water toys such as kayaks, a golf driving range, fishing gear and SeaBobs.

Charter rate: From €480,000 per week with Camper & Nicholsons.


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Austal Ships   69.1 m •   2003

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Austral Yachts   69.1 m •   50 guests • Price from €480,000 p/w

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