Best Yacht Charter Specials Right Now

Still deciding whether you should charter a luxury yacht now or later in the year? Take a look at the best yacht charter specials available right now. Spend the amazing time with friends and family in the Caribbean and Bahamas, enjoy the sunshine and beautiful islands of Asia, or attend the Spring Events in the Mediterranean.


Special winter offer | US$140,000 per week plus expenses | Bahamas and Turks & Caicos

12 guests – 5 cabins – 8 crew – 44m LOA

Exterior superyacht G3



20% Discount | From US$156,800 per week plus expenses | Caribbean

12 guests – 6 cabins – 11 crew – 48.70m LOA




Special winter offer | US$99,000 per week plus expenses | Grenadines, Windward Island & Central America

12 guests – 5 cabins – 8 crew – 44.20m LOA

RENA – exterior


No delivery fees | US$25,000 per week plus expenses | Windward Island, Caribbean

6 guests – 3 cabin – 3 crew – 23.95m LOA

Sailing yacht Southern Star


20% discount | US$384,000 per week plus expenses | South East Asia

32 guests – 16 cabins – 32 crew – 69m LOA

Saluzi Superyacht



Special winter rate | US$32,000 per week plus expenses | Bahamas

9 guests – 4 cabins – 4 crew – 30m LOA




Special summer rate | EUR € 26,000 per week plus expenses | Sardinia

8 guests – 4 cabins – 2 crew – 23.20m LOA

Aspire of London



No delivery fees | from EUR€ 400,000 per week plus expenses | The Sea of Cortez and Caribbean

26 guests – 13 cabins – 19 crew – 77.40m LOA

All-goer explorer superyacht Legend in Antarctica. Photo credit CharterWorld



25 – 30% discount | EUR€ 7,665 – 12,555 per week plus expenses | Adriatic

12 guests – 6 cabins – 4 crew – 28m LOA




Based in Porto Cervo, no delivery fees to Amalfi or French Riviera | from EUR€ 49,000 per week plus expenses  | West Mediterranean

8 guests – 4 cabins – 5 crew – 31m LOA

JaJaRo – Main shot


Dilbar – the secretive superyacht titan

Superyacht DILBAR has been photographed cruising through the waters of the Western Mediterranean, and her angle on the ground reveals what a truly imposing presence she is:

Launched by Lurssen in 2014, 156m/512ft mega yacht DILBAR belongs to Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov and is one of the world’s largest superyachts. She has an incredible beam of 24m/79ft to create an interior volume of 15,917 GT. She won Motor Yacht of the Year for the Displacement Motoryacht 3,000 GT and Above category and features an exterior design from Espen Oeino while the interiors are courtesy of Winch Design.

Dilbar. Photo credit Jarrad Yates: SuperyachtsGibraltar

Packed full of amenities, she is fully prepared to entertain at dockside events and a smaller cruising group of 20 will feel truly pampered in the on board beauty salon, spa massage room, sauna, steam room, 180m³ swimming pool or cinema.

In an effort to guard privacy there are few outdoor spaces, however, the bow and sundeck are each fitted with a helipad and the former can be used as an entertaining space.

Dilbar with helicopter. Photo credit Jarrad Yates: SuperyachtsGibraltar

The diesel-electric engines are the largest ever to be installed on a superyacht and give M/Y DILBAR a top speed of 22.5 knots.

Superyacht DILBAR sleeps up to 20 guests, while her crew of 47 ensures that everything runs at peak efficiency throughout the journey.

Dilbar – aft view. Photo credit Jarrad Yates: SuperyachtsGibraltar

Currently berthed in Barcelona, mega yacht DILBAR has previously been photographed cruising along the Mediterranean to Porto Cervo in Sicily, moored at Valetta in Malta and the Monaco marina along the French Riviera. The OneOcean Port Vell marina has the world’s most expensive superyacht berth at 160m/525ft in length specially bought by Alisher Usmanov for Dilbar. This berth is reportedly worth around €15-20 million and is secured until the lease runs out in 2036.


RORC Caribbean 600 fleet faces record-setting pace in punchy tradewinds

A record entry of 84 yachts have got off to a flying start in the RORC Caribbean 600 race and could be on course for a record

rA record fleet got off to a squally start from Antigua today in the RORC Caribbean 600 race. Some 84 starters, the largest number in the event’s ten-year history, crossed the line to punch their way up the first beat towards Barbuda in winds of 25-30 knots.

Strong northerly tradewinds mean that the record of 32 hours could be broken this year – and by diverse contenders, such as George David’s newly re-optimised Rambler 88 and the 42ft fully foiling G4 ‘missile’ catamaran being raced by America’s Cup sailor (and local) Shannon Falcone.

The course takes yachts on a torturous 600-mile route around the islands of Barbuda, Nevis, Saba, St Barth, Guadeloupe, Montserrat and back via Barbuda and Redonda, and features nearly every wind angle. This makes it a surprisingly tough and interesting event, something that has contributed to its steady growth, year on year.

Watch the race preview here>

The event was first suggested by former RORC marketing consultant John Burnie and sailmaker Stan Pearson and launched in 2008 after being taken up by the club’s CEO, Eddie Warden-Owen. It began with a small fleet of 24 yachts, and made a loss, but Warden-Owen stuck with it.

(“It was suggested we should run it every other year,” Warden-Owen recalls, “and I remember our treasurer saying: ‘That’s great; it will take us twice as long to go broke!’”)

But Warden-Owen felt it needed to be an annual part of the calendar to gain momentum, and was right. Word soon got out that the Caribbean 600 was a fun but tricky event and anything but the dawdle round the islands some might have assumed. Over the last decade, it has evolved into a genuine Blue Riband event.

Today it ranks with the Rolex Middle Sea Race and even the RORC’s own Fastnet Race as a must-do offshore event, arduous in its own special way, but also sunny…and in the Caribbean…and in February.

Compared with the other major 600-milers, this race is even more international, with entries from 27 countries, most of which have sailed thousands of miles to take part.

So today the RORC Caribbean 600 is firmly established, with a fleet that spans yachts as small as 30ft – the smallest is the open Seacart 30 – through a clutch of Class 40s and chartered production racers up to supermaxis such as Ludde Ingvall’s CQS, Maxi 72 Proteus, Rambler 88 and a handful of superyachts such as Southern Wind SW102 Farfalla.

The crew lists glitter with top pros: America’s Cup sailors such as Brad Butterworth and Stu Bannatyne, Volvo and Vendée racers like Guillermo Altadill, US Olympic Gold medallist Jonathan McKee, plus a score of top navigators.

They enjoy it because this race can be a real challenge. Last year on Proteus, Stu Bannatyne tells me, they made “over 70 sail changes”. In a race lasting under two days, that’s a change on average every 45 minutes.

Fleet measurer Sandy Mair has done the race four times. “It’s a tough, tough race,” he tells me.

“You have legs that are 70 miles hard on the wind, brutal beats where the race can be won or lost, fast spinnaker runs, you’ve got 12 hours in the beating sun and 12 hours of darkness where, because you’re wet, you get cold. You feel really beaten up at the end,” he says, smiling as he says it.

Pro sailor and navigator Wouter Verbraak agrees. He is not sailing this year thanks to a skiing injury but recalls it as “very intense”. It is, he says, “a race all about gear changes. It’s a big job for the navigators to anticipate them. It is a really a great all-round challenge for crews, from driving to trimming to your bow team.

“It is hard because of the lack of opportunity for recovery and it’s really difficult to run a proper watch system. So you don’t get into a rhythm and it can be hard to manage the energy of your crew.

“You will have squalls in the morning and in the late afternoon, so you can end up damp and cold. It’s a bite-sized race, with bite-sized chunks of misery,” he says, laughing uproariously.

“But,” he adds, “it’s always just another 60 miles to the next point. There are a lot of corners, so there are a lot of opportunities. It’s intense but the weather is pleasant, there’s a lot of variety – and it’s scenic.”

The Caribbean 600 provides some fantastic challenges for navigators and, along with all the high-tech tools, features some good, old-fashioned Mk 1 eyeball skills and tactical challenges.

Weaving in and round squalls, and working out visually which might have wind, and on which sides, and which will be sucking out wind, is vital. So is working out how to avoid the wind shadows round some of the higher islands – and even working out where these might extend to if you arrive there in darkness.

“There are a lot of theories for day and night that you can break your head on,” says Verbraak.

All of which makes this race a special one for competitors, and for many an ideal introduction to serious offshore racing – all achievable in a week or ten days away from the office.


Follow the finish of the race on this site, and we will also have photos and on board videos from the race on the Yachting World Facebook page.

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50m Motor Yacht WHITE (Project Ayla) by Heesen Launched

Heesen has launched 50m/164ft superyacht WHITE, which was previously known as PROJECT AYLA or hull YN 18250. Part of the shipyard’s highly regarded 5000 Aluminium class, her interior volume comes in under 500GT and her exterior design is by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects. The owners bought the vessel one year into construction and worked with interior designer Cristiano Gatto to personalise the interior for a more bespoke and relaxed family environment.

50m superyacht WHITE by Heesen, Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and Cristiano Gatto Design launched

50m superyacht WHITE by Heesen, Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and Cristiano Gatto Design launched

Inside, the natural colour scheme covers a full range of earthy tones from white to deep brown for elegant living and entertaining spaces. Unique furnishings from Gatto can be found within the main salon and sky lounge and among the customised pieces is a coffee table in gloss ebony, stainless steel and leather that features a convertible top, while Canaletto walnut also features strongly in the design. The Loro Piana sofas were designed to encompass the bookshelves and Hermès fabrics have been used in the furnishings both inside and exposed to the elements in the alfresco lounges and dining areas.

Luxury yacht WHITE will now undergo extensive sea trials in the North Sea near the Oss shipyard, before being delivered to her owners in April this year.


First 26XP explorer yacht launched by Numarine

Numarine has successfully launched its first hull in the Numarine 26XP pocket explorer series, which was built for a repeat client of the Turkish shipyard.

Numarine 26XP launched

Sold in May 2016, the 26m/84ft vessel is the smallest in the yard’s explorer range, the other series being the 32XP and the 40XP. The smaller size has the advantage of being able to berth in more remote locations where superyacht services for 30m+/98ft+ vessels are unavailable.

Constructed from a GRP hull and superstructure, the 26XP features a design by Can Yalman and the naval architecture of Umberto Tagliavini. The 150 GT interior contains spacious guest accommodation and a main salon, while the flybridge is designed for observation, lounging and outdoor dining with room for a 5m/16ft tender.

Numarine 26XP

Using a semi-displacement hull, twin MAN diesel engines of 1,200 HP produce a top speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. A full-displacement hull with two engines of 1,120 HP each will have a greater cruising range of 3,200 nautical miles at an economical 8 knots. This latter option has proven to be the more popular as the next three hulls will be constructed with this arrangement, and all have a launch date before the end of 2018.

The accommodation sleeps up to eight guests over four staterooms consisting of one Master suite and two VIP staterooms and a further guest cabin, plus crew accommodation for three.

The first 26XP hull will be on display from the 17th-25th of February at the Boat Show Eurasia in Istanbul.


Mega yacht Al Lusail spotted along the Maltese coast

At an impressive 123m/404ft, mega yacht AL LUSAIL is a spectacular sight that draws attention wherever she goes, and this February she has been spotted cruising along the coast of Malta within the charter grounds of the Mediterranean.

Al Lusail in Malta. Photo credit Flickr: K B

Launched by Lurssen in 2016, her exterior styling is the work of H2 Yacht Design and March & White designed her interior appearance. Her broad beam is 20m/66ft wide and her draft is 5.5m/18ft deep, creating a voluminous interior for amenities which include a cinema, beach club, beauty salon and a swimming pool. Her diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 12 knots and a top speed of 15 knots.

The island of Malta is located 80 kilometres south of Italy and is ideal to incorporate into a charter visiting the islands of Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily.

123m Lürssen superyacht Al Lusail in Malta. Photo credit Flickr: K B

The capital city of Valletta is a cultural delight where Italian, French and British culture influences the architecture and visitors can view the masterpieces of Caravaggio at St. John’s co-Cathedral and museum. Walk the halls of the forts and bastions before viewing the modern art galleries, then rest in the main square with drinks in the cafes or a local delicacy from one of the restaurants.

There are plenty of dive sites to suit complete beginners through to the experienced, offering caves and wrecks for an exciting afternoon in clear seas.

Malta is a year-round destination that is best visited in the spring and autumn when temperatures are warm and more stable.


Latest renderings of 44m Mengi Yay superyacht Virtus

Turkish ship builders Mengi Yay are currently constructing a 44m/143ft superyacht, known as PROJECT VIRTUS.

Project Virtus – main

The steel hull is nearing completion and work has commenced on the aluminium superstructure. Her naval architecture comes from Ginton Naval Architects and interior and exterior design from Italy-based VYD. As work continues, Mengi Yay have released renderings of what she will look like once completed.

The sturdy, angular appearance is reminiscent of military styling, further enhanced by square portholes and a gunmetal grey hull. As well as a generously proportioned main and upper deck aft, there is a spacious socialising area on the bow that is fitted with sunpads and a Jacuzzi.

Mengi Yay – project Virtus

There is another Jacuzzi on the sundeck forward and behind there is a shaded alfresco dining area and lounge to provide for all-day outdoor relaxation.

“Virtus is the product of a strong and elegant design approach, with a sleek profile and innovative technology,” says Paolo Dose of VYD. “These strong and pure lines are what make Virtus special, coupled with the fantastic experience of Mengi Yay.”

The accommodation contains one Master suite and four guest cabins. A pair of CAT engines produces a cruising speed if 12 knots and a top speed of 15 knots.


The first image of 30m sailing yacht Vagante

Turkish shipbuilders Huzur Yat have released the first images of their latest 30m/98ft sailing yacht, named VAGANTE, meaning ‘rambler’ or ‘wanderer’. Her naval architecture and exterior is the work of Taka Yacht Design, and the interiors are the work of Stephen Huish Design.


Created for a young family, S/Y VAGANTE has styling is inspired by traditional Turkish gulets, yet with a modern update for increased performance, safety and comfort. Her design incorporates a bulb keel and spade rudder and exceeds RINA standards.
The interior uses American walnut and bleached oak with stainless steel detailing to create the owner’s desired warm and contemporary surroundings. Her accommodation sleeps up to eight guests and a crew of three will keep everything running smoothly while providing a discreet service.

Sailing yacht VAGANTE is scheduled for delivery in summer 2018.

Turkish-based shipbuilders Huzur Yat has released pictures of its current in-build 30m/98ft sailing yacht VAGANTE. Designed for a young family, VAGANTE features traditional Turkish gulet styling updated for modern comfort and performance.


The superyacht line-up for the Dubai International Boat Show 

2018 is the 10th anniversary of the Dubai International Boat Show, the premier luxury yachting exhibition in the Middle East. The event draws ship builders and industry experts from over 40 countries to showcase the latest ground-breaking concepts, technologies and water toys in a five-day extravaganza designed to enthral visitors of all ages. 

Luxury superyacht lifestyle. Photo credit Monte Carlo Yachts

As work is underway to improve the marina where the event is usually held, this year’s venue is the Dubai Canal in Jumeirah, which is ideally positioned close to local landmarks and the setup allows for even more exhibitors than in previous years. 

A number of luxury yacht builders have confirmed their attendance – take a look below to see the impressive superyachts they will be featuring at the event. 


Previously known as ICE ANGEL, 50m/163ft superyacht ROCKET is a prime example of open deck space from European shipbuilders Heesen and Omega Architects. The aft decks each have plenty of room for alfresco dining and sunbathing, while the sundeck has an abundance of sunpads forward and aft, plus a spacious Jacuzzi where guests can enjoy elevated views. Her angular bow is used for storing motorised water toys and tenders, leaving additional space in the stern for a beach club. 

ROCKET – Heesen

The interiors contain a full beam VIP stateroom as well as a full-beam Master suite, and the skylounge has sweeping 270° views – perfect for taking in the cityscape of Dubai. 

Azimut 60 FlybridgeAzimut 

Azimut continues to excel with its smaller luxury yachts, and the AZIMUT 60 FLYBRIDGE won the  Boat of the Year  for 2017 as well as taking top place in the  Best interior Layout in the 50′ to 80′ range category. 

Azimut 60 flybridge

Featuring exteriors and interiors from internationally recognised designers Stefano Righini and Achille Salvagni respectively, the AZIMUT 60 FLYBRIDGE is the small motor yacht with that can compete with larger scale models for luxury. 

Westport 65Westport 

To become one of the largest luxury yachts built in the US, the WESTPORT 65 will be constructed from lightweight composites or aluminium as the owner desires. The water toys will be stored on the foredeck to create even more guest space with a beach club, and a lift (elevator) will be installed for ease-of-access to all decks. 

Westport 65

Sunseeker 95, Manhattan 66 and Manhattan 76Sunseeker 

British-based shipbuilders Sunseeker have their eye on constructing ever-larger superyachts and the SUNSEEKER 95 is a proud step towards that goal. This superyacht showcases Sunseeker’s dedication to quality and performance, and features an open-plan layout and high-quality interiors from the shipyard’s in-house designers. 

Sunseeker 95

Sunseeker is also using the occasion of the Dubai International Boat Show to debut some of their latest superyachts: The MANHATTAN 66 and the MANHATTAN 76, both of which boast features and facilities for their size category that are usually associated with much larger superyachts. 


72m/236ft motor yacht SERENITY was built in 2004 and received a comprehensive refit in 2017, putting her back in the charter world limelight. Her on board facilities are perfectly geared towards entertaining and include a swimming pool, sauna, beauty salon, spa massage room and cinema. 

Austal motor yacht SERENITY – Main

The magnificent outdoor areas were styled by  Luiz De Basto and her interiors from Ask Deco play with warm and cool tones and materials to suit any social occasion. 

Majesty 100 and Majesty 135Gulf Craft 

Unveiled at DIBS 2017, the MAJESTY 100 is returning this year along with the MAJESTY 135 to show off her semi-convertible flybridge and expansive bow recreational area. Characterised by opulent interiors and an efficient propulsion system, she will attract attention as much for her economical range as her stunning appearance. 

MY Nahar Majesty 100

MCY 86Monte Carlo Yachts 

Although Monte Carlo Yachts exhibited the MCY 86 last year, the 2018 model has even more to offer potential buyers and charter guests: Five different interior layouts are available using a state-of-the-art design process and the interiors combine cutting-edge technology with exceptional French and Italian design for an incredible on board experience. 

MCY 86 Exterior

Riva 100′ Corsaro – Riva Yachts

Combining a stylish exterior with excellent performance, comfort and safety, the arrow-like RIVA 100 CORSARO is a striking silhouette on the horizon and a wonder to own: Her interiors contain a full-beam Master suite and four other luscious guest cabins, while her shared recreational areas are ideally balanced between interior and exterior space. 

RIVA 100 Corsaro

Chakra Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf 

Originally built in 1963, classic motor yacht CHAKRA underwent an extensive refit in 2016 and 2017, to maintain her on board systems and ensure that while cruising up to 40 guests are treated to the finest luxury. As well as a comprehensive store of water toys, the amenities aboard M/Y CHAKRA include a beauty salon, massage room, a Jacuzzi, gym and a grand piano and karaoke system for entertaining, ensuring her popularity on the charter market for special occasions and corporate events. 

Chakra – exterior

CharterWorld are official media partners of the Dubai International Boat Show and can help you to secure a luxury yacht charter for the event, running from the 27th of February until the 3rd of May.  


Book your  Superyacht Charter for Western Mediterranean Spring Events in 2018

Spring is on its way to the Mediterranean and the luxury yacht charter season kicks off with the sparkling glamour of the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival (9th of May), while high-octane action follows with the Historic Grand Prix in Monaco (11th-13th of May) and  the Monaco Grand Prix (24th-27th of May). 

Along with these prestigious events are many local festivals and markets which ensure that however many times you return to the region, there is always something new to see and experience. Whether you intend to host your own glamorous party or take family and friends on a personalised tour of the Western Mediterranean, here are 10 exceptional superyachts ready for spring events with a proven charter reputation: 

 St David 

Fit in your active lifestyle even when you’re away from home with 60m/196ft superyacht ST DAVID from Benetti, which comes with a massive variety of water toys and status as an RYA Approved Water Sports Centre to entertain all 12 guests. The beautifully detailed surroundings were refitted in 2017 and evoke a classical feel, yet provide all the cutting-edge technology for entertaining large groups and close family gatherings. On returning from a busy day, soak in the sundeck Jacuzzi and watch the sunset with a loved one, or enjoy a massage in the spa. 

Sundeck – decks

ST DAVID Yacht By Benetti – from above with tender

Accommodation:  12 guests: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 4 double cabins convertible to twins 

Crew:  14 

Amenities:  Approved RYA Water Sports Centre, Jacuzzi, spa massage room, gym, air-conditioning, Wi-fi 



A modern 29m/92ft superyacht designed for small group charters with family and friends, motor yacht AUBREY is a modern delight, refitted in 2017 and capable of an impressive cruising speed of 20 knots. 

Aubrey – Sundeck

Aubrey – exterior

The abundance of sunbathing spaces also come with the option of full-on sunshine or canvas shades so that guests can spend every moment outdoors enjoying the environment. Indoors, the air-conditioned environment has a light silvery colour scheme that is perfect for family films on the sofa or for formal dining in style. 

Accommodation:  10 guests: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 twin cabins with 2 Pullman berths 

Crew:  4 

Amenities:  Air-conditioning, Wi-fi 



The superb 24m/78ft motor yacht SOLAL from Sanlorenzo is excellent for charter guests looking to visit the soft sandy beaches and explore the culture of the Mediterranean. Meticulously maintained, she was refitted over 2015-2016 and received new decor for a classic exterior appearance without sacrificing performance or style. 

Solal – interior

Solal – sundeck

The timeless interiors are a relaxing environment in which to begin and end your days, while outside the bow and the flybridge offer sunpads and seating, and there are two alfresco dining options for intimate meals in the sunshine or shade. 

Accommodation: 10 guests: 1 Master suite, 1 double cabin, 2 twin cabins 

Crew: 3 

Amenities: Air-conditioning, Wi-fi 




An expedition yacht refitted in 2017 with a beautifully vibrant interior combining an Asian aesthetic with a beach club vibe, ZULU is a work of art that guests will enjoy waking up to every day. Take breakfast out on the main deck aft, then prepare for a day of diving among the incredible wrecks and sea caves of the Eastern or Western Mediterranean. 

ZULU – main

ZULU – Swim platform

Entertain in the evenings outside in her beautiful and refined alfresco salons, then dip into the Jacuzzi and enjoy a night of relaxation under the stars. 

Accommodation:  10 guests: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins 

Crew:  7 

Amenities:  Approved RYA Water Sports Centre, Jacuzzi, Air-conditioning, Wi-fi 



34m/111ft motor catamaran QUARANTA is a rare sight on the water that benefits from the stability of having two hulls, a shallower draft and larger, light-filled cabins on the lower deck. Add to this her wide beam of 9m/30ft and pristine interior and exterior living areas, and you have all the comfort you could even want on a luxury holiday with an expert crew. 

Yacht QUARANTA by Curvelle – BBQ

QUARANTA – Top deck sunset

Accommodation: 12 guests: 1 Master suite, 5 double cabins 

Crew: 6 

Amenities: Jacuzzi, air-conditioning, Wi-fi 




Capable of a top speed of 40 knots, open yacht TOBY is an excellent choice for groups looking to visit destinations on the mainlands and the islands, such as the Amalfi Coast and Capri. At 31m/105ft, she has an abundance of space on board for relaxation between destinations, and the unusual modernist interiors are reminiscent of the 60s. 

TOBY – interior

TOBY – exterior

Her beautiful formal dining area is lit from above by skylights as well as side windows, making her an atmospheric treat day and night, regardless of what the weather may bring. Take advantage of every moment of summer sunshine on the flybridge or the bow, both of which have sun exposed lounged and plenty of sunpads and sun loungers for an afternoon of indulgence. 

Accommodation: 10 guests: 1 Master suite, 2 VIP staterooms, 2 twin cabins 

Crew: 5 

Amenities: Air-conditioning, Wi-fi 



Don Michelle 

Built in 2016, superyacht DON MICHELE has an eye-catching exterior and warm and inviting living spaces designed with large windows for plenty of natural light while dining or lounging on the sofa. 

DON MICHELE – exterior

DON MICHELE – swim platform

The shaded flybridge has everything for an alfresco meal and guests can lounge in comfort while watching the children play on the water toys, selected to suit all ages and fitness levels. 

Accommodation: 10 guests: 1 Master suite, 2 VIP staterooms, 2 bunk cabins 

Crew: 4 

Amenities: Air-conditioning, Wi-fi, wheelchair access 

Book Don Michelle for charter.



60m/196ft motor yacht KATINA was built in 2015 and underwent a refit in 2017 to keep her in top condition. Her gorgeous interiors are perfect for a special occasion, where round formal dining tables allow for closer conversation between guests and the skylounge above has a grand piano for entertaining in style. 

Katina – events

Katina – main

As an alternative place to dine, the upper deck can be opened up to the blue skies or shaded from the midday sun. In the evening, watch the sunset then slip into the Jacuzzi to watch the city lights sparkle on the water as you sip on a refreshing cocktail from the bar. 

Luxury yacht KATINA also has a wide selection of water toys including a jetpack, flyboard and hoverboard as well as an impressive variety of fishing gear for guests to enjoy their environment to the fullest. 

Accommodation: 12 guests: 1 Master suite, 3 double cabins, 2 twin cabins 

Crew: 12 

Amenities: Jacuzzi, gym, air-conditioning, Wi-fi, lift (elevator), wheelchair access 




Popular on the charter market for her timeless interiors and excellent performance, 35m/114ft motor yacht DXB offers a close environment for family and friends groups with excellent facilities including a sundeck Jacuzzi and bar. 

DXB – exterior living spaces

DXB – water toys

Her exterior deck space has plenty of room for alfresco dining or lounging in the shade while taking in the scenery, and after a long day exploring such locations as Naples or Nice, the spacious cabins and the plush beds within will be a welcome sight. 

Accommodation: 10 guests: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins 

Crew: 7 

Amenities: Jacuzzi, air-conditioning, Wi-fi 



Charter a beautiful contemporary superyacht designed for outdoor entertaining with 37m/121ft DYNAR: Spend your evenings under starry night skies watching films with the family on the outdoor cinema screen, or ease tired muscles in the Jacuzzi before enjoying a nightcap from the bar. 

DYNAR – exterior

The interiors are just as well considered and combine minimalist styling with carefully placed lighting for relaxation. Sink into the comfortable seats of the formal dining area and savour a mouth-watering meal from an expert chef in cool and calming surroundings. 

Accommodation: 12 guests: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins 

Crew: 7 

Amenities:  Approved RYA Water Sports Centre, Jacuzzi, outdoor cinema, gym, air-conditioning, Wi-fi 



Jade 959

Bright and causal for laid-back cruising along the French Riviera at 11 knots, luxury yacht JADE 959 is for holidaymakers who want to take life at a leisurely pace and enjoy everything a single region has to offer. 

JADE 959 – Main saloon

JADE 959 – Jacuzzi and al fresco dining at night

The private loft in the top deck will give adults and children alike a cosy hideaway for spending time on hobbies, playing computer games or watching a film. 

Expansive deck areas ensure that all guests have plenty of places to take in the sunshine as they nap, dine alfresco or sit back and observe the wildlife. 

Accommodation:  12 guests: 2 Master suites, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins 

Crew: 9 

Amenities:  Approved RYA Water Sports Centre, Jacuzzi, gym, air-conditioning, Wi-fi  




For hosting special events like no other and giving your group a memorable treat, charter 77m/254ft superyacht BOADICEA from Amels. Refitted in 2017, her gorgeous interiors include a full-beam Master suite with panoramic forward views and beautifully carved woodwork for the perfect honeymoon suite. 

BOADICEA – exterior

Luxury yacht lifestyle – aboard BODICEA

Among her amenities is an expansive spa massage area, a cinema and a sundeck swimming pool, while she stores an impressive range of water toys to entertain guests in and out of the water throughout the trip. Prepare for your event in the beauty salon and dine alfresco on the bridge deck or upper deck with the natural beauty of Corsica or Sardina as your backdrop for a truly unforgettable occasion. 

Accommodation: 12 guests: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins, 2 double cabins 

Crew: 23 

Amenities:  Approved RYA Water Sports Centre, Jacuzzi, helipad, spa massage room, cinema, gym, swimming pool, air-conditioning, Wi-fi, lift (elevator), wheelchair access 


You’re not ready for the Cannes Film Festival or Monaco Grand Prix in the Mediterranean this spring until you’ve sorted your lavish luxury yacht charter: