Actually named Lumiere and previously known as Cuor di Leone, this 50 metre Benetti superyacht kicked off the US yacht themed reality show Below Deck in style in July 2013. The yacht was chartered around the Caribbean for the show and captained by Lee Rosbach, who has so far captained all the yachts for the original Below Deck series. Delivered in 1999 and refitted in in 2011, Lumiere accommodates a total of 12 guests on board in six staterooms and features a stunning sun deck equipped with a Jacuzzi and outdoor cinema.
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Appearing on the show in 2014 under her own name, Ohana has since been sold and renamed Rhino. The yacht was originally launched as Roxana by Admiral Marine in 1998 and underwent a major refit in 2015. Key features on board this 46.94 metre yacht include accommodation for 10 guests and 10 crew a six person Jacuzzi on the sun deck alongside a barbecue grill and plenty of alfresco seating. Rhino is currently listed for sale with an asking price of $9,995,000.
Appearing under an alias, Eros was actually called Mustang Sally during season three, which was filmed in the Bahamas. Since airing in 2015, the 49.07 metre superyacht has been renamed Hunter. Built by Trinity Yachts in 2008, Hunter accommodates a total of 12 guests and 10 crew members and features exterior design penned by Geoff Van Aller.
The most reoccurring yacht used in Below Deck so far, the 46.88 metre Feadship built yacht is actually called BG and appeared on the show across three seasons in 2016, 2017 and 2019. Delivered in 1990, BG can accommodate 12 guests and 11 crew members and was designed by Frits De Voogt.
Sailing under her own name around the South Pacific island of Tahiti on Below Deck’s 2018 series, the 56.4 metre My Seanna was built by Delta Marine in 2000. Key features include an on board cinema, open air Jacuzzi and spacious beach club.
Appropriately named for the first season of Below Deck Mediterranean, which was set in Greece, the 45.7 metre Christensen-built yacht was captained by Mark Howard. Launched in 2005 and last refitted in 2016, Ionian Princess features a luxury interior, plentiful dining options and a sundeck equipped with a Jacuzzi. Accommodation on board is for a total of 12 guests in six cabins, including two master cabins.
This 47 metre Heesen-build superyacht Sirocco took centre stage in both the second and fourth series of Below Deck Mediterranean and introduced captain Sandy Yawn, who has become a returning fixture of the show. Launched in 2006, Sirocco accommodates 12 guests and features an eight person Jacuzzi and plenty of al fresco entertainment areas.
Built in 2006 by Proteksan Turquoise, the 54.2 metre Talisman Maiton sailed the coast of Italy in the third series of Below Deck Mediterranean and was also captained by Sandy Yawn. Key features include a generous open plan sun deck with a forward-facing Jacuzzi and six individually styled cabins. Talisman Maiton also features a sumptuous interior inspired by Asian influences.
Actually named The Wellesley, this 56.2 metre Oceanco superyacht is owned by property magnate and hotelier Khalid Affara and named after his luxury art deco London hotel, The Wellesley. Built by Oceanco in 1993, The Wellesley features extended deck spaces and Donald Starkey-penned interiors that replicate the grandeur of the eponymous Knightsbridge hotel.
The first sailing yacht to kick off the Below Yacht Sailing Yacht spin-off earlier this year was the 54 metre Perini Navi sailing yacht launched earlier this year with a charter around Greece. Captained by Glenn Shephard, Parsifal III was launched in 2005 and was designed by Remi Tessier. Accommodation on board is for a total of 12 guests and nine crew.