Thinking about renting a multi-millior dollar megayacht? Discover what you can expect on board the world’s most expensive luxury yachts available for superyacht charters for more than $1 million per week.
There’s no doubt that the latest superyachts of the charter fleet offer the finest in luxury living, with a selection of cutting-edge amenities and state-of-the-art on-board facilities.
From spacious swimming pools and plush cinemas to impressive basketball courts and underwater observation lounges, take a look at the world’s most expensive yachts which you can privately rent.
446ft (136m) superyacht ‘Flying Fox’
Best for: An action-packed vacation with all the family
Coming in at 446ft (136m) megayacht Flying Fox is the world’s largest superyacht for charter, and her impressive size means she ranks in the top 20 of the World’s Top 100 Superyachts.
She was launched by German shipyard Lurssen in 2019, and features accommodation for 22 guests in 11 suites.
Across her five colossal decks, she houses a pair of helipads which are large enough to accommodate some of the biggest choppers on the market.
The superyacht’s aft deck is home to a 12m swimming pool, where you can slide in and soak up spectacular views from a prime vantage point.
The beach club of Flying Fox is particularly note-worthy, as it boasts a split-level spa with a Hamman, steam room, Cryosauna and treatment room.
There is also a large indoor jacuzzi, with access to the sea lounge and scuba-diving room. Take a look at pictures inside superyacht Flying Fox for a closer look.
Cost to rent: POA
305ft (93m) superyacht ‘Lady S’
Best for: Entertaining in style
Dubbed as the ‘World’s Best-Equipped Charter Yacht’, luxury yacht Lady S comes from one of the most revered shipyards in the world: Feadship. Delivered in 2019, she is one of the most sought-after yachts on the charter market.
Her interiors are by the esteemed Reymond Langton Design, who has styled the yacht to reflect a contemporary jewelry box with plenty of crystals and shimmering surfaces.
She offers accommodation for 12 guests in seven suites.
Among her most impressive on-board highlights is a duplex IMAX cinema, an amenity which has never before featured on a yacht.
She also volunteers two helipads, and the one positioned aft doubles as a basketball court.
Hard to miss on her main deck aft is an enticing swimming pool which offers separate shaded and sunning areas. Below it, the beach club is infused with light and offers large side-opening balconies.
Want to see her sheer size in perspective? Take a look at this video of superyacht Lady S in Portfofino.
Cost to Rent: POA
300ft (92m) superyacht TRANQUILITY
Best for: Long-distance exploration in the lap of luxury
As the world’s First-PYC Compliant yacht, motor yacht TRANQUILITY was the first luxury yacht to host more than 12 people on board. If you want to charter her, you can enjoy accommodation for up to 22 guests.
TRANQUILITY certainly lives up to her name, with an enormous spa and wellness zone in the lower deck. Here, you can take full advantage of a Hamman, plunge pool, experiential showers and a beauty and hairdressing room.
The yacht enjoys a 20 meter-squared pool with contraflow jets on the aft deck, alongside a variety of lounging areas where you can soak up some sun.
The yacht was launched by Dutch yard Oceanco under the name EQUANIMITY in 2013. She joined the charter fleet in 2019.
She sports Asian-inspired interiors from Winch Design and an ice-classed hull that makes her ideal if you want to charter in far-flung regions.
Cost to rent: From $1,249,500 per week plus expenses.
351ft (107m) superyacht LANA
Best for: Cruising in comfort
Delivered by Italian shipbuilder Benetti in 2019, luxury yacht LANA provides accommodation for up to 12 guests in eight cabins.
She is replete with exciting on-board amenities, including a beach club with spa facilities and a continuous connection to the ocean, thanks to a swim platform and twin fold-out sections on both sides of the beam.
The yacht enjoys tasteful and minimal interiors from Benetti’s in-house team, who have made full use of the tall windows and subsequent infusions of light.
The owner’s suite on board LANA is particularly lavish, with fold-out balconies flanking the space, large private dressing rooms and an interconnecting bathroom.
Cost to rent: POA
312ft (95m) superyacht KISMET
Best for: The A-lister lifestyle
A certified celebrity favourite, Lurssen’s superyacht KISMET was chartered last year by Beyonce and her family around Italy’s Amalfi Coast region. It’s easy to understand why, when you explore all the jaw-dropping on-board features.
When you step on board, you will be instantly wowed by the interiors, which are also the work of Reymond Langton Design. The yacht embodies a luxurious ‘Champagne & Caviar’ theme, with rich gold surfaces, glossy onyx black and plush materials used throughout.
One of the focal points on board KISMET are the video walls in the main salon, which can screen anything from the world news, the scenery outside or a projection of a star-studded galaxy. In addition, the main salon hosts an intricate staircase, bronze piano and art deco bar.
The yacht is home to two pools, an expansive spa with indulgent plunge pool and a basketball court.
KISMET also possesses a retractable outdoor fireplace and show-stopping winter garden. Want more information on this superyacht? Take a look at our feature, Beyonce and Jay-Z share pictures of their yacht charter vacation.
Cost to rent: From $1,354,500 per week plus expenses.
295ft (90m) superyacht ‘Phoenix 2’
Best for: A hedonistic escape
Another spectacular launch from Lurssen, motor yacht Phoenix 2 was delivered in 2010, and has become a highly popular platform over the years.
Both her interiors and exteriors are by Winch Design, and she accommodates 12 guests in seven cabins.
The motor yacht has stunning interior styling, which takes its cues from the elegance and sophistication of the Art Deco movement. Her main salon is home to a decadent grand piano with ornate wall detailing and a magnificent chandelier.
While chartering Phoenix 2, you can enjoy a 7.5 meter sundeck pool and countless outdoor areas for dining or unwinding.
The principal charter guest will enjoy a jacuzzi pool attached to the owners’ suite, and the entire charter party can benefit from a sumptuous home cinema room.
Cost to rent: From $1,136,000 per week plus expenses.
272ft (83m) superyacht ‘Here Comes the Sun’
Best for: Outdoor activities and watersports
Built by Amels in 2017, ‘Here Comes the Sun’ is a luxury yacht which has traversed across the globe in search of exciting yacht charter destinations.
She is primed for those looking to soak up some sun, as she boasts around 900 square meters of exterior deck spaces.
Her main deck aft plays host to an inviting pool, while the sundeck offers a jacuzzi fringed by sunpads, a relaxed dining area and a selection of nest chairs.
To boot, the yacht is home to an excellent range of the latest water toys and accessories which will ensure guests of all ages are kept entertained for hours on end.
Cost to rent: From $1,363,500 per week plus expenses.
274ft (84m) superyacht SAVANNAH
Best for: The futuristic experience
The world’s first fully-hybrid yacht, SAVANNAH was delivered in 2015 by Feadship. Her delivery signalled the start of an eco-friendly revolution in yacht-building.
As well as being highly fuel-efficient, SAVANNAH has also been designed to promote a sense of connection with her surrounds, and as such she scooped up the ‘Holistic Design Award’ for ‘harmony unequalled by any other contender’ at the 2016 Showboats Design Awards.
Savannah offers accommodation for 12 guests in six suites. She volunteers elegant and refined interiors, with a star-studded ceiling in the main salon and wide windows to allow in plenty of light.
Among her stand-out on-board qualities, the motor yacht has a sundeck firepit with light panels in the floor and a cosy chill-out room in the bow of the boat that acts as proof that every inch of Savannah has been maximised for luxury living.
Other highlights include a selection of pools and an underwater observation lounge- the first one to be seen on any yacht. For more information, you can read our review for superyacht SAVANNAH.
Cost to rent: From $1,136,000 per week plus expenses.
What can you expect on board a superyacht for over $1 million per week?
High crew-to-guest ratio
With this kind of price tag, you can expect a host of high-luxury benefits that you wouldn't experience on board a smaller yacht.
As well as the amenities, you can expect sterling service from the crew, who are highly-trained to provide attentive and discreet on-board comfort and care. No task is too small or too big, and the crew will endeavor to go above and beyond to provide the most sensational charter experience for guests.
Whether that means chartering a helicopter to transport your favourite food on board, or creating an incredible party at a moments' notice, the crew are meticulously trained and committed to you and your needs.
On board the most expensive yachts, the crew will be able to take on different roles to provide the best possible experience for you.
Expert masseurs will be able to ease away any tension and leave you feeling rebalanced, while beauticians will be on hand to provide manicures, hair styling or pampering body treatments.
What's more, you can keep up your fitness regime at sea thanks to personal fitness trainers, and you can expect to feel refreshed and revitalised throughout your charter thanks to guided yoga and wellness sessions from on-board professionals.
Aboard select yachts, you can even take advantage of on-board scuba diving instructors.
Whether your yacht has a custom Limo tender or a fully-certified Helipad, you can expect to enjoy VIP entrances and exits on board a yacht for over $1 million per week.
With access to a fully-certified Helipad, you can charter a helicopter to take you exploring by air. Having a helipad also greatly simplifies the arrival and departure process. What's more, you will be able to access some of the best venues on land, as more and more prestigious restaurants and beach clubs install their own private helipads.
On a private yacht charter, you will find many places you want to access on shore can only be reached via tender. With that in mind, having a sleek and stylish tender will distinguish you and your charter yacht from the run-of-the-mill tenders also arriving on shore.
Yacht chefs are trained to an incredibly high standard, and on the most expensive charter yachts you can expect an unparalleled dining experience.
A lot of the time, the chefs will be Michelin-starred, with a wealth of experience at their disposal. No gastronomic feat is too challenging for these ambitious and competent chefs.
The food on board yachts which cost over $1 million per week will be far better than in any restaurant. What's more, each dish is specifically created to your tastes, so you are guaranteed to enjoy everything that comes out of the galley. Choose when and where your meal is served, and expect an unforgettable culinary taste sensation.
The latest water toys and accessories
On board these megayachts, you can expect some of the most impressive toys and accessories at your fingertips.
Experience thrills as you race along the waves on Jet-Skis, or strap on a Flyboard and take to the skies above the water.
For more leisurely fun, you can enjoy inflatable toys, ranging from slides and trampolines to climbing walls and extending swim platforms.
Plus, on many of the largest superyachts you can also enjoy scuba-diving with the help of trained instructors. You will have all the equipment you need on board, so whether you're a scuba pro or a diving beginner, you can experience the wonders of the sea while enjoying your luxury yacht charter.
Why are these yachts so expensive to rent?
These yachts may seem expensive, but when you take certain factors into consideration this price tag becomes easier to swallow.
The first factor is crew-to-guest ratio. The larger the yacht, the more crew will be on hand to accommodate your every wish. The crew are all there to make your experience the best it can be, and are exclusively trying to anticipate your every need.
The second thing to factor in is volume. As yachts get bigger, it's not just their length which increases; its also the breadth, thus increasing overall interior and exterior volume of the yacht. This creates so much more space for you to enjoy on board, particularly when compared to yachts with a lower LOA.
Running costs are another important thing to factor in, as these megayachts require a lot of maintenance, fuel and upkeep in order for them to run smoothly.
The final thing to consider is craftsmanship. Most of the yachts mentioned in this article come from the most esteemed yacht builders in the world, and as such, you can expect the finest quality down to the very last detail; from increased noise reduction to a smoother cruising experience.
If you would like more information about any of these superyachts, please reach out to your preferred yacht charter broker.
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