If you’re still looking for a luxury getaway this summer, somewhere that offers a completely discreet environment away from other guests, with sweeping 360-degree views of the twinkling sea, and an all bells-and-whistles can’t-do-enough-for-you service, perhaps chartering your own superyacht is the answer.
It’s your ticket to socially-distanced travelling in style, where you call the shots. A seven-night island hopping voyage around Greece? Absolutely! Your own on-board beach club, complete with a top-deck pool, unlimited yacht toys and chilled Champagne on tap? No problem! You don’t even need to leave the boat at all, if you don’t quite fancy it.
The good news is these wow-worthy superyachts still have some availability over the next few months. Don’t ever say we aren’t helpful…
The DB9 covers all bases if you love an escape to the Bahamas. With three separate pool areas including a 8m swimming pool with loungers for soaking up the sunshine, as well as an open-air cinema on the top-deck and a pop-up assault course. From £226,500 per week.
This superyacht has a Royal Britannia feel to it, with polished mahogany panelling, silk window panels and entertaining space made for a big family. It also has a 5m custom water slide, cocktail bar and barbecue deck. From £140,300 per week.
This gold-fronted superyacht is designed to be seen. Sleeping 11 guests, with a spa pool, huge beach club and a great selection of toys (hoverboard, wakeboard, jet skis, kayaks, paddle boards and inflatables), it’s impossible to be bored. From £212,700 per week.
Designed to travel to some of the worlds most remote places, this yacht has a large open-air pool and six cabins that feel like five-star hotel suites. Cloudbreak also has a helipad for all-access heli-skiing, should you fancy it. From £678,800 per week.
Vegas is available for 12 guests to cruise the Australian coastline in serious five-star style. Consisting of a stunning master suite, a large entertaining saloon, spa pool on the sundeck for total relaxation and stunning al fresco dining. From £96,350 per week.
Irisha sleeps 10 guests with one incredible master suite located on the main deck which is accessed via a private study (ideal if you need to do a little working from holiday). This superyacht also has a sky lounge, cinema screen and wet bar, plus an open-air jacuzzi. From £192,800 per week.
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