Be among the first to step on board a brand new superyacht with our round-up of the best recently-delivered yachts available for charter.
2019 has already seen plenty of brand new yachts hit the water, and many of them have recently joined the international charter fleet. As they are new, not all of them have many pictures; but we can fully disclose all of their fabulous amenities.
With modern enhancements and the latest navigational software, these yachts offer the premium yacht charter experience. This summer, you can now experience a luxury yacht charter around a variety of popular destinations, ranging from the Mediterranean to more far-flung regions, with one of these brand new yachts.
Hailed as the world’s best-equipped superyacht publicly available for charter, the 93m/305ft megayacht ‘Lady S’ is one of Feadship’s most recent launches. She boasts a truly jaw-dropping selection of features, including a duplex IMAX cinema and basketball court.
A wide selection of on-board facilities will ensure her guests are suitably relaxed and entertained, whether they want to slide into the spacious pool, take advantage of the spa facilities, or arrive and depart in style with the help of a fully-certified helipad.
The yacht provides accommodation for 12 guests in seven cabins, and sports sleek and streamlined exteriors by Michael Leach. Her interiors, which borrow inspiration from a contemporary jewellery box, have come from the drawing boards of the esteemed Reymond Langton Design.
While chartering ‘North Star’, guests will love spending time on the sundeck, which offers sumptuous seating and a 4m jacuzzi pool. Those looking to keep up with their fitness regimes will be pleased to discover a waterfront gym set-up in the beach club, and plenty of toys for making the most out of the sea.
The yacht’s accommodation sleeps 12 guests in six cabins, and her interiors are a tasteful blend of refined luxury and contemporary elegance which have been created by British design studio Redman Whiteley Dixon.
She is a great option for those who want to feel connected to their surrounds, as her social areas are infused with light and she benefits from several fold-out balconies and alfresco living areas.
PAPA hosts up to 10 guests in five cabins, which includes a generous owner’s suite which strikes the perfect balance between comfort and elegance.
She was launched earlier this year by the Italian yard, and enjoys refined and elegant interiors replete with mirrored surfaces, decadent fabrics and delicate touches. Accommodation is provided for 11 guests in five cabins.
One of her on-board highlights is the foredeck, which plays host to a selection of sunbeds and a generous jacuzzi pool. The sundeck meanwhile, offers a lovely setting for dining or socialising while the yacht cruises around Mediterranean hotspots including the party hub of Ibiza.
Guests will love her spacious beach club and drop-down swim platform, as well as her sundeck jacuzzi with a swim-up bar.
She hosts up to 10 guests in four cabins, which includes a master suite with a private terrace, as well as a flexible cabin layout that makes her well-suited to a variety of different charter configurations.
Sure to turn plenty of heads around her East Mediterranean cruising grounds, the 48m/157ft motor-sailer hybrid CORSARIO is a superyacht which combines traditional elegance with plenty of modern luxuries.
In total, the luxury yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins. Guests will love her minimalist design themes and social areas, which are perfect for entertaining in style.
Custom-built, she was launched earlier this year and is replete with on-board facilities, ranging from a sauna and a massage room, to a deck jacuzzi and sleek bar in the main salon.
A regular sight around the azure cruising grounds of the Bahamas, the 40m/130ft luxury yacht W is a superb option for fun-lovers, thanks to an extensive array of water toy which comprises dive equipment, a water slide and inflatable climbing wall.
The Westport-built motor yacht was launched in 2019, and she features elegant interiors which exude a cool chicness. Among her excellent amenities, she enjoys a deck jacuzzi and shaded alfresco dining.
10 guests can be accommodated in 5 cabins, which includes a full-beam master suite.
Quite unlike any other yacht, the 40m/130ft explorer yacht ‘The Beast’ is an explorer yacht with outstanding seafaring capacities thanks to her catamaran-style design.
With a wealth of accessories including an amphibious tender and 12 metre sportfisher, guests will love cruising around South Pacific destinations including Tahiti and New Zealand on board this megayacht.
In total, the Beast is able to host 12 guests in five cabins, and she holds the title for the largest yacht built in New Zealand.
She features plenty of glazing to ensure her charter guests feel at one with the outside world, alongside pops of colour to enliven her social spaces.
As well as extending balconies, she also benefits from a foredeck spread of sunpads which make the perfect setting sunbathing or indulging in an afternoon aperitif.
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