The brand new 112-metre Freire motor yacht Renaissance has joined the charter fleet with Burgess, marking one of the most expensive yachts on the international charter market.
She was launched in early 2023 by Spanish shipyard Freire and is the largest yacht built in Spain, as well as one of the largest projects designed by esteemed British studio Bannenberg & Rowell, second only to 138-metre Rising Sun.
Renaissance has been tailored to "blur the lines" between expedition vessels and luxury yachts, and has been built to Passenger Yacht Code which allows her to host an impressive 36 guests in 19 cabins spread across three decks. The 7,200GT yacht is also ice-classed to 1D specifications, allowing for high-latitude cruising.
Onboard highlights include a double-height dining saloon and a private owner's deck complete with exclusive access to a forward deck and aft deck. Al fresco dining arrangements can be found across four of her decks, and she also plays host to a main deck swimming pool and beach club with a bar, sea terrace and waterfront dining.
On the lower deck is a spa complex which Burgess has described as a "revelation". Features include a fitness centre and a sizeable gym with an "equipment list that would amaze an elite athlete". Guests can also make use of hot and cold plunges, a steam room and sauna, a treatment room and hair and beauty salon.
As well as a locker of the latest water toys and nautical gadgets, Renaissance also benefits from a commercially certified helipad.
Speaking on the new addition, Caroline Taylor, charter manager at Burgess, said: "We are delighted to be representing this one-of-a-kind superyacht. Burgess has a reputation for excellence and Renaissance truly embodies this ethos. The yacht will be available for charter this summer in the Mediterranean and is ready to secure bookings for 2024 in this location, also, winter 2024/25 will see Renaissance transiting over to the Caribbean."
Renaissance charters from €3,000,000 per week in low season and €3,500,000 in high season.