Back again with more drama, superyachts and wealthy clientele, Below Deck Mediterranean has just released its 7th series where viewers can keep up with life on board the 49m (160ft) superyacht HOME as it cruises around Malta, a destination never seen before on Below Deck.
The popular reality series, which follows a yacht crew over an eight-week charter season, is now available to watch on HAYU with weekly episodes dropping every Monday.
With this season set in stunning Malta, viewers will also get to see what it’s like to travel by superyacht in the West Mediterranean, one of the most sought-after superyacht destinations in the world.
The star yacht on this season of Below Deck Mediterranean is the luxurious superyacht HOME and she is the first diesel-electric motor yacht to ever appear on Below Deck.
Delivered by Dutch shipyard Heesen in 2017, yacht HOME is a multi-award-winning vessel representing industry-leading innovation rounded off with refined interiors and an excellent variety of amenities.
Comfortably accommodating up to 12 guests across 6 palatial staterooms, this yacht is a home away from home, the perfect platform for guests to get a taste of the superyacht lifestyle.
From her convivial sundeck setup replete with a Jacuzzi and glowing cocktail bar to her panoramic sky lounge and state-of-the-art water toys, she certainly has the wow factor required for Below Deck Mediterranean.
For newbies to Below Deck, the hit show is all about life aboard a private yacht charter, with crew dynamics in the spotlight treating viewers to plenty of fireworks of both the romantic and dramatic variety.
Fans of the popular reality TV show will be extremely happy to hear the long-standing Captain Sandy will be back at the helm in the latest season around Malta.
Our exclusive superyacht data tracking superyacht HOME’s whereabouts confirms that she has primarily been docked in the stunning sun-dappled Valletta harbor overlooking the majestic Fort St Angelo, but has dropped anchor in the serene Golden Bay, Mellieha Bay and Xemxija Bay too so you can expect to catch a glimpse of these gorgeous beaches and their breathtaking vistas.
A yacht charter in Malta beckons with balmy temperatures, tranquil landscapes and its sun-drenched, UNESCO- recognized center steeped in history. Combined with picturesque island hopping to nearby sister isles of Gozo and Comino, guests will adore this diminutive destination for a sunny escape.
To find out more about chartering in the region, check out our Malta yacht charter guide. For some inspiration, browse our selection of itineraries handpicked by experts with in-depth knowledge of the region.
To discover more about chartering one of the yachts featured in Below Deck Mediterranean, get in touch with your chosen yacht charter broker.