Top 10 Most Expensive Charter Yachts In 2023

Owning charter yachts can be expensive with renting for a week seeming like the better option on your bank balance, here are the top 10 most expensive yachts to rent or hire in 2022

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10 — Flying Fox

Built by Lurssen and delivered in 2019, the 446ft superyacht Flying Fox is an ocean beauty.

The Flying Fox is a luxury yacht that stands out as the world’s largest charter vessel, and aside from that, it is also the most costly charter boat in operation now, with weekly chart/rent starting at $3.517 million per week.

A pinnacle of luxury, the superyacht has two helipads, 11 suites that can accommodate 22 guests, and a two-story spa with her cruising the Mediterranean all year round.

Other features include a 40-ft swimming pool, a fully equipped gym, a beauty center, and a cryotherapy chamber.

The yacht houses 54 professional staff and it is worth noting that Jay-Z and Beyonce chose this yacht for their 2021 summer vacation.

9 — Dream

Costing roughly $2,211,360 Per Week to rent, Dream was built in 1993 by Olympic Yacht Services while going through a full re-fit in 2018.

Spread across six decks are features including a cinema, a spa, a hot massage table, and a helipad.

Her beach club makes for a cruising paradise and she can often be seen in Tahiti while her interior features a mixture of precious woods, European custom furniture, and Asian artwork.

Quantum zero speed stabilizers reduce any rolling motion while at anchor and accommodation is covered with 7 amazing staterooms.

8 — Octopus

This luxury vessel became available for rent/charter in 2021 following her sale after the passing of original owner Paul Allen.

The 126.2-meter beauty is one f the biggest yachts in the world and one of the most expensive to rent/charter with the current weekly price starting from $2.2 million.

Octopus is very well equipped for a thrilling experience during vacations and onboard features include two helipads, a hangar, an ROV, Triton Submarines, and a dive center.

Other features include an underwater observation lounge, a cinema, a swimming pool, jacuzzis, multiple bars with favorite destinations including Antarctica, The North-West Passage, and the Philippines.

7 — Lana

With everything you can dream of on a yacht, features include a spa, a gym, state-of-the-art beach club, a cinema, among others with the weekly fee starting from $1.8 million per week.

Currently cruising in the Middle East, Lana has a Massage room with a professional therapist, a Centralized audio-video system serving all areas onboard, and a beach club with folding terraces.

With a range of 5500 nautical miles at a speed of 16knots, she carries a crew of 33 and room for 12 guests.

Lana has everything you need for entertainment including fishing equipment, inflatable paddleboards, and combo water skis.

6 — Madsummer

Cruising the Caribbean all year round, Madsummer is one of the most luxurious yachts sailing the seven seas and costs around $1.6 million per week to charter.

With a 12- meter swimming pool on the main rear deck, a foredeck helipad, spa, custom-built dining table and a battery pack for backup power you will need for nothing on your luxurious vacation.

Launching in 2019 from the Lurrsen Yard, the contemporary modern interior will keep 12 guests comfortable in 10 spacious staterooms and the yacht is also helicopter ready.

5 — Lady S

Built and delivered by Feadship, this amazing yacht cruises both the Mediterranean during the summer and the Pacific during the winter.

Costing $1,470,000 per week to charter, your pockets need to be deep, but when they are, the reward is this stunning ocean beauty.

Fitted with the first IMAX cinema at sea, the yacht also has access to an ice plunge pool and a full basketball court.

You can fly in on your helicopter and enjoy 2 fire pits, the largest hidden outdoor 201” C-SEED TV in the world, and of course the interactive dance floor and wall.

4 — Kismet

This ocean beauty of 95.2 meters was built by Lurssen and delivered to the owner of Fulham Football Club and Jacksonville Jaguars, Sharid Khan.

The beautiful interior was designed by Reymond Langton and this classy yacht speaks luxury as she houses everything you can expect in your ideal yachting experience.

Kismet, whose decadent interior was designed by the world-renowned Reymond Langton Design, cruises the Caribbean and the Mediterranean all year for a rent/charter fee of $1.2 million per week.

3 — Excellence

Unique when it comes to yachting design, Excellence provides a lot of fun with its interior ranging from a private owner’s deck which houses a master suite and a large jacuzzi.

Built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 2019 and launching in Germany, she features zero-speed stabilizers, a Private owner’s deck, and a large pool on the main deck aft.

The onboard elevator provides comfort when traveling between decks and the boat has other amazing amenities such as a tiered cinema, Dedicated gym, and Wellness spa.

Excellence is currently on the market for charter at $1,150,000 per week.

2 — O’Pari

Managed for charter by Atlanta Golden Yachts and cruises Greece, Italy, Turkey, and Croatia all year round, yacht O’Pari is an excellent new superyacht for the luxury charter market.

For a charter fee of $1.1 million per week, you get access to a wealth of spacious living areas and fabulous amenities including underwater lights, a large beach club, and a private gym.

Offering accommodation for up to 12 guests, her rooms include 14 suites comprising a master suite, two VIP cabins, six double cabins.

The satellite communication systems keep you in touch wherever you go on your voyage and you can relax in complete comfort while chartering thanks to air conditioning.

O’Pari reaches a maximum speed of 18 knots with a range of up to 8,600 nautical miles while the advanced stabilization system onboard reduces the side-to-side roll of the yacht.

1 — Phoenix 2

Built by Lurssen for the late billionaire Jan Kulczyk, Phoenix 2 cruises the Mediterranean all year long with a weekly rent/charter fee of $1,106,110 per week.

She offers 12 guests access to seven luxurious cabins and carries a crew of up to 28 people.

The yacht’s sundeck offers a generous swimming pool with a separate Jacuzzi and an exterior cinema while complemented by more than 100 meters of polished stainless steel handrails.

Featuring interior styling by British designer Winch Design, other features onboard include a beauty salon, spa, sauna, full Wi-Fi connectivity, and dramatic underwater lights.

Endless days of fun can be had on the water, including toys such as Flyboards, Jet Ski and the yacht has a range of up to 6,425 nautical miles.

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