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From €700,000 per week

Stats: 70 metre, Feadship, 12 guests and 17 crew

A combination of two yachting power players – Bannenberg and Rowell and Feadship – this five deck yacht offers a seamless blend between indoor and outdoor living with pockets of air conditioned indoor/outdoor zones known as “winter gardens”.

Joy is available for charter in Mediterranean this summer


From $945,000 per week

Stats: 85.6 metres, Derecktor,, 12 guests and 28 crew.

 Enjoy Aquila’s owners’ deck with a private terrace overlooking the bow, or head to ‘the London Bar’ for a cocktail. Boasting a private members’ club feel, she features a gym, massage rooms, a party deck complete with DJ booth, light show and smoke machine and a cinema.


From €850,000 per week

Stats: 78.4 metre, Lürssen, 18 guests and 27 crew.

Ideal for water babies TV has a 16-person Jacuzzi, a swimming pool with jets and a swim up bar. Her helideck is a perfect entertaining area with a BBQ, bar and dining area for up to 16 people. For those seeking privacy her owner’s suite also has its own Jacuzzi and sunbathing space.


From €875,000

Stats: 82 metre, Abeking & Rasmussen, 12 guests and 23 crew

Ideal if you want to focus on health and wellness during your charter RoMEA has a fully-equipped spa on the bridge deck, complete with a beauty salon and massage table. Her lower deck has a wellness zone with Finnish sauna, natural pebble flooring, a large Jacuzzi. Other stand out features include indoor and outdoor cinemas and an expansive beach club area.

5.Cloud 9

From €875,000 per week

Stats: 74 metre, CRN, 12 guests and 22 crew

Designed with fun on the water in mind she has plentiful open-air areas, including a private deck forward of the master suite and the large beach club with extended platform at sea level. After a hard day on the water you can make sure you still look a million dollars thanks to her on board hair salon. Afterwards make use of her karaoke facilities, indoor or outdoor cinemas or espresso bar.

6.Phoenix 2

From €1,000,000 per week

Stats: 90 metres, Lürssen, 12 guests and 28 crew.

A two floor “duplex” master suite steals the show in this art deco inspired interior created by Winch Design. The sweeping suite allows for unrivalled views, while the two levels are connected by a private staircase. Outside, there’s a huge swimming pool, spa pool and outdoor cinema.


From €1,000,000 per week

Stats: 85.1 metres, Lürssen, 12 guests and 29 crew.

Solandge is not so much a superyacht as a floating spa. The bridge deck hosts a sauna, steam room, beauty salon, massage room and gym.


From €1,000,000 per week

Stats: 83.5 metres, Feadship, 12 guests and 24 crew.

The gleaming metallic beauty that is Savannah swept the boards at the 2016 World Superyacht Awards. Take a dip in the 10m pool, visit the spa then continue unwinding in the secluded underwater viewing room.

9.Here Comes The Sun

From €1,200,000 per week

Stats: 83 metres, Amels, 12 guests and 24 crew.

The achingly luxurious Here Comes The Sun covers all bases for those wanting to unwind, offering guests an expansive wellness and spa centre with fold down terraces in the beach club.

Additionally, she boasts an infinity pool, sundeck Jacuzzi and indoor cinema. Not to mention the endless entertaining spaces both above and below deck.


From €1,200,000 million per week

Stats: 95.2 metres, Lürssen, 12 guests and 28 crew.

Topping the list Kismet has high-end entertaining in her DNA. She stands out with a glamorous interior by Reymond Langton, but it’s her calming outdoor spaces that set her apart – snuggle into a bamboo swing on the side deck or cuddle by the on-deck fire pit.

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