Looking for the perfect superyacht to charter on your next holiday at sea? We round up the new yachts to hit the market this week, ready to welcome guests on board.
Charter news: This week’s new luxury superyachts for charter
Stats: 55 metres, Heesen, 2021, 12 guests, 13 crew
Just delivered to her new owner a few weeks ago, Moskito is a fresh yacht on the charter market ready to welcome her first charter guests on board. Elegantly designed by Omega Architects with opulent, modern interiors by Bannenberg & Rowell, this Steel Class Heesen offers a stylish and comfortable holiday home on the water. Highlights include an expansive sundeck complete with an outdoor drinks bar, sunpads and a jacuzzi with panoramic views and she also boasts an impressive 82 square metre master suite and a beach club with a dedicated wellness area. Her toybox is filled to the brim with jet skis, waterskiing and wakeboarding equipment, snorkelling gear and kayaks. She’s also ideal for the eco-conscious charterer, sporting an exceptionally fuel-efficient, fast-displacement hull form designed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.
For her first season, Moskito will cruise the Mediterranean, dropping anchor in destinations such as Malta, Antibes, Naples, Taormina, Dubrovnik, Pula and Marbella.
Stats: 32 metres, Maiora, 2001, 11 guests, 5 crew
Guests chartering Amaya around the western Med will be able to cover plenty of ground with this fast yacht; powered by two MTU 2,450hp engines, she can reach a top speed of 30 knots. But her swiftness is not her only selling point; she carries plenty of amenities on board including an impressive sundeck equipped with sunpads and a dining space for sampling the chef’s delicious Mediterranean cuisine al fresco, complemented by outstanding views. The main deck is perfect for entertaining, complete with a drinks bar and professional sound system. A well-stocked toy box offers the likes of seabobs, jetskis, paddleboards and inflatable towables for spending time on the water. She was last refitted in 2018.
Amaya is managed for charter by Fraser with a weekly charter rate starting from €50,000.
Stats: 35.4 metres, Feadship, 1970, 10 guests, 6 crew
Described as the ultimate gentleman’s yacht, this 1970s Feadship will make her guests feel like they’re sailing into the glamorous bygone days of yachting. Having undergone an extensive refit from 2018 to 2021, Alhambra is also in ship-shape to welcome charterers on board to enjoy her modern comforts wrapped in classic charm. The canoe-stern yacht features an expansive sundeck with multiple al fresco dining and socialising spaces, complete with a drinks bar, BBQ/Teppanyaki table, covered areas for seeking shade and a large cinema screen for outdoor movie nights. Below deck there is a spacious saloon and formal dining area finished in walnut panelling. Her toy box carries gear for fishing and snorkelling as well as jetskis, seabobs and paddle boards.
Stats: 31.09 metres, Hatteras, 2016, 10 guests, 5 crew
For US charterers looking to cruise closer to home this year, Lady Carmen offers the perfect vessel for exploring the coasts of New England. The raised pilothouse motor yacht was designed entirely by Hatteras and features elegant lines and contemporary interiors. She offers a range of entertainment amenities that make her an ideal charter yacht for enjoying with family and friends; below deck, guests can enjoy meals in her elegant saloon while up above on the sundeck Lady Carmen offers a hot tub, drinks bar, sunpads and al fresco dining spaces. She also carries fishing and snorkelling gear, paddleboards, kayaks and inflatables for those keen to spend time on the water, as well as equipment for playing games on the beach.
Stats: 50 metres, Rossinavi, 2020, 12 guests, 9 crew
Lel is the latest 50 metre superyacht to be launched by Rossinavi and has been custom designed by Luca Dini. She offers one of the largest beach clubs available on a yacht of her size, featuring a swimming platform, fold-out balconies and lounge spaces for soaking up the sun. Outdoor spaces abound on board, with two hot tubs located forward at the bow and on the sundeck, surrounded by verdant plants. There are also multiple al fresco dining spaces and drinks bars for entertaining outdoors on balmy evenings. The full-width master stateroom on board Lel is another highlight, situated on the main deck and offering its own private balcony. Her garage is stocked with plenty of toys from towables and paddle boards to seabobs and inflatables that will keep guests entertained while she cruises the western Med.
Lel is managed for charter by Ocean Independence with a weekly charter rate starting from 299,000.
For more charter advice, check up our round up of the top new yachts for charter in 2021.