Whatever you’re looking for this summer, choose a perfect charter yacht that suits your preferences best from the selection below.
Builder: Vitters, 2009
Refit: Pendennis, 2018
Best for: Unbeatable sailing
Recent winner of a World Superyacht Award for her showstopping rebuild by Pendennis (in 2018), G2 is the perfect combination of wonderful sailing and outstanding design.
With a lifting keel and a brand new set of sails, her already exciting sailing performance has been further enhanced. A modern interpretation of a traditional two-house deck layout, G2 is built to perform under sail and to cruise in comfort.
The yacht can sleep up to 8 guests across 4 cabins (3 doubles, 1 twin). Speed wise, she reaches her maximum speed at 16 knots and cruises comfortably at 10 knots.
#2. Ocean’s Seven
Builder: Kingship Marine, 2012
Best for: Exotic adventures
Ever wanted to explore the stunning landscapes of Costa Rica, where incredible wildlife meets lush green rainforests? Let Ocean’s Seven take you there. Specially designed for long-range cruising, she will be available in the area until September 2019.
Designed by Vripack, the yacht with a beam of 8.4 metres and a draft of 2.65 metres features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
She is powered by Caterpillar engines of 750 hp each, giving her a maximum speed of 14 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. Ocean’s Seven can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins.
Builder: Jachtwerf Klaassen, 1999
Best for: Exploring in Asia
If you dream of waking each day with a new view of Asia’s most beautiful secret islands, make it a reality on Shamoun, an elegant classic sloop that takes guests back to the golden age of sailing.
Design by Hoek, this yacht offers accommodation to up to 9 guests in 4 cabins. Shamoun is powered by Scania engines giving her a maximum speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots.
Builder: Devonport, 1998
Best for: Island hopping in Greece
Designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design, this yacht features a GRP hull and GRP superstructure. With her interior volume of 247 tons, Aquarella can accommodate up to 12 guests across 6 cabins.
With MTU engines of 2253 hp each, speed between Greece’s most beautiful islands at 25 knots and cruise at 18 knots on Aquarella. Refitted in 2018 with a cool contemporary interior, this is one of the best quality yachts available in this sought after destination.
#5. Seven Sins
Builder: Sanlorenzo, 2017
Best for: Booking ahead for winter /Christmas
Book now, in order to avoid disappointment for the Winter Season in the Caribbean onboard highly popular charter yacht Seven Sins. Aboard this yacht, you can escape European winter on the yacht’s on-ocean beach club with sauna and balconies.
Powered by Caterpillar engines of 2000 hp, Seven Sins boasts a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots under a maximum range of 4,400 nautical miles. Designed by Officina Italiana,the motor yacht can accommodate 10 guests across 5 cabins.
Builder: Couach, 2011
Best for: Unforgettable cuisine
Onboard Arion, sample the cuisine of chef Inn, a prize winner at the Antigua Yacht Show Chefs Competition. French, Chinese, Japanese, Mediterranean, Asian and Caribbean cuisines are just part of Inn’s wide-ranging repertoire. She is also proficient in special diets, including Kosher (Kashrut cooking), Halal, as well as gluten-, sugar- and lactose-free.
As to the yacht’s design, she features exterior work by Exequiel Cano Lanza and interiors by Ken Freivokh. Arion The motor yacht can accommodate 9 guests in 4 cabins. Speed wise, she boasts a maximum speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots. Arion's maximum range is estimated at 2,000 nautical miles.
# 7. Mary Jean II
Builder: ISA Yachts, 2010
Best for: Family fun and fantastic toys
At her 60 metres, Mary-Jean II has plenty of space for families of all ages, with a great collection of water toys including jetskis, Seabobs and waverunners. She is also an Approved RYA watersports centre. Mary-Jean II’s crew is great with children and attracts many repeat family guests.
The motor yacht can accommodate 12 guests across 6 cabins. She is powered by engines of 2,367 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 14.5 knots.
Builder: Flippetti, 2014
Best for: Eco-friendly cruising
If you enjoy chartering but also like to keep your environmental impact low, Gatsby is the yacht for you. Designed in line with eco-friendly principles, she features a displacement hull, soft, rounded lines, low emissions and consumption, aiming for maximum comfort and maximum green credentials.
Gatsby has a GRP hull and GRP superstructure. She is powered by MTU engines of 1200 hp each to a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13.5 knots. The motor yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins.
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Lürssen, one of the of the world's leading shipyards, has delivered a 140m yacht, named Project Lightning, yesterday morning.The project was known as one of the most secretive yachts in recent years and therefore, even the length was unknown until its delivery. The best guesstimate from yacht spotters is that the megayacht measures at least 130 m.With a code name like this and such length, this megayacht had plenty of people in anxious anticipation. So what do we know about Project Lightning so far?The first time Project Lightning hit the waters was in July 2019. The yacht was spotted for the first time in December 2017, when it moved into the build Hall, to replace the then in-build Flying Fox.While there are not a lot of details known, Project Lightning's two helipads were displayed as well as her layout look to host a large superyacht beach club. However, no designers, architects, or timeline has been disclosed.With its completion Project Lightning will be among the top 20 largest superyachts worldwide.
June 2, 2020
Lucky Lady (ex. Lady Lola) is a large motor yacht built by Oceanco in 2002. The 62.60-m motor yacht offers accommodation for up to 10 guests and 14 crew members on board. Instantly recognizable, the superyacht represents innovative technology capabilities of Oceanco. Lucky Lady features a richly elegant interior courtesy of Francois Zuretti and a striking exterior profile styled by The A Group.Her feathers include a huge pool, a retractable golf tee that appears at the touch of a button, a large swimming platform, and a helicopter deck. The main achievement of the exterior, however, is the luxurious beach club at the stern.Lucky Lady cruises the Mediterranean, and she is seen in the waters of Sardinia on the picture.
June 2, 2020
Welcome aboard the 90m luxury yacht, built by Oceanco, and delivered in 2019. DreAMBoat was designed by Espen Oeino with Azure Naval Architects developing the naval architecture. Her A-class interior design was created by Terence Disdale.After delivering last year, the yacht was bought by Arthur Blank, when fairing and outfitting were underway. Timing had been an important factor because he wanted DreAMBoat to be ready for the summer. Arthur requested more than 100 little edits, but the only major change was the addition of a VIP suite on the owner’s deck.Arthur Blank is known as co-founder of Home Depot. His businesses include the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC. Arthur’s net worth is estimated at US$ 5.6 billion. He is said to own shares of home depot representing a value of more than US$ 3 billion. Also, the owner of DreAMBoat is an active philanthropist through his Arthur M Blank Family Foundation.The desks of DreAMBoat are connected by the glass elevator, which is located at the main deck lobby.The main saloon has many cozy zones which can be used for different purposes.The upper saloon could be used for movie nights featuring a drop-down screen. DreAMBoat has two pools: a spa pool on the sun deck and a 6m x 3.1m swimming pool on the main deck aft.The upper deck dining room can be opened up to the aft deck.Eighteen persons can accommodate the main deck dining area.The wheelhouse sits on the bridge deck, the spa is tucked away behind it.The yacht can accommodate 22 guests and 27 crew members. The six guest cabins are held in a warm-toned, additionally, there is an owner's area on the upper deck, with a children's cabin and another VIP owner's suite.
June 2, 2020
Royal Huisman showcases a new lightweight 46m high-performance cruiser sloop: “Nauta Reichel Pugh 151”. Nauta Design produced the exterior and interior styling, Reichel/Pugh for the yacht’s naval architecture, Rondal did carbon Panamax rig, and Royal Huisman provided their most-qualified engineering and construction skills for the optimal end result. Royal Huisman Project 405’s lightweight aluminium and carbon composite construction will present formidable competition to existing carbon yachts, whilst combining comfort with the low sound levels of aluminium yachts.The team worked with “intelligent lock-down” measures implemented in the Netherlands since mid-March 2020 and promptly adopted by Royal Huisman. These measures allow the shipyard team to continue working in strict observance of the regulations, such as the continuous monitoring of its workers’ health situation and etc.According to Jan Timmerman, CEO Royal Huisman: “It is truly an honour to work with the owners and this great expert team of designers to realize their lightweight superyacht. The team of Royal Huisman is proud that the owners and their team have selected us for this innovative lightweight construction which was cleverly developed by our in-house R&D team, backed up with over 55 years of experience with aluminium construction. This latest superyacht order confirms Royal Huisman’s adage “If you can DREAM it, we can BUILD it!”Royal Huisman Project 405 is scheduled to be delivered in 2022.
May 29, 2020
34m SX112 is the flagship of the SX crossover line by Sanlorenzo that proposes a new way of living on the sea: the barriers on board are eliminated, and the boat opens to the outside, in a close relationship with the marine context.The project design of the external lines produced by Bernardo Zuccon of Studio Zuccon International Project and interiors by Piero Lissoni, art director of the company since 2018.The key features of the project are the new stern zone which undoubtedly represents the yacht’s most iconic area. Conceived as a spacious internal beach area, it is directly connected to the outside, allowing the yachtsman to enjoy these spaces in a novel way.
May 29, 2020