The best James Bond movie locations to visit by superyacht

With the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die, set to be released this autumn, we look at the best real-life James Bond movie locations you can visit around the world on a superyacht holiday or charter.

Miami Beach, US

Seen in: Goldfinger
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Miami Beach and the Fontainebleau Hotel are featured in the opening scenes of Goldfinger. While at the hotel Bond receives a massage, gets a heads-up about Auric Goldfinger and the ill-fated Jill Masterson gets her gold paint job from Oddjob.

How to visit on a superyacht: Indian Creek Marina is the closest to the hotel and can host yachts up to 75 metres. Alternatively Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina officially opened earlier this year and can berth up to 50 superyachts.

Venice, Italy

Seen in: Casino Royale
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In the 2006 film Casino Royale, Bond moors his yacht at Hotel Cipriani’s private marina. The cast and crew stayed at the hotel during the filming and Daniel Craig reportedly turned down a martini at the hotel bar, opting for the local favourite, a Bellini, instead.

How to visit on a superyacht: A trip to Venice is recommended as part of a trip between Rimini to Trieste. Venice Yacht Pier is the only place for large yachts to berth right in the heart of the city; located close to St Mark’s Square and only 10km from the airport.

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