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2017's most luxurious superyachts available to charter

Our Top 5 of 2017's Chartered Superyachts


1. Cloudbreak Steel Superyacht

The Cloudbreak, pictured above, is a 75.25 metre steel vessel. Built for a lover of the outdoors, this superyacht features a helideck, a ski room, a fireplace and the largest toy chest ever built.

The yacht is named after a surfer's favourite wave in Fiji, this dangerous yet exciting wave, is apt for its adventurous and young owner. Combining exceptional performance, with impeccable style, both her interior and exterior are furnished with a range of outstanding features. Espen Øino, Norwegian designer described that this yacht is ideal “for an outdoorsman and a lover of nature.”


2. Sunseeker Superyacht

Sunseeker Superyacht

This yacht is the second to be built by Sunseeker that’s based upon the successful 155 Yacht design. The yacht was launch in the summer of 2016, where she experienced her first charter season cruising mostly in the Mediterranean. The Princess AVK is the embodiment of luxury. At 47 metres long and with the ability to host 10 guests this yacht is ideal for entertaining friends and family. Her interior is relaxed, with a beach-house feel. With floor to ceiling windows, the communal and guest areas are exceptionally inviting.


3. Elxir Superyacht

Elxir Superyacht

The Elxir was built by Amels, which is part of the Damen Group of shipbuilding companies. Amels comprises of highly skilled artisans from the town of Vlissingen, where the company is located. Vlissingen has been a shipbuilding centre since the 14th century. At an elegant 55 metres in length, the Elixir has the ability for guests to host up to 12 family or friends. She boasts a large owner’s suite with a fold-down balcony and a steam room in the en-suite bathroom. There is also space for a crew of 12 on board. The ship's interior is sophisticated and elegant, coated in creams and plush materials.


4. Joy Luxury Motor Yacht

Joy Luxury Yacht

Joy is a 229.66ft/70m motor yacht that was built in 2016 by Feadship. She is luxury vessel with a luxurious interior and exterior design. The yacht's interior has been designed by Studio Indigo and her exterior styling is by Bannenberg & Rowell. She is a truly astonishing superyacht, the owner's brief was to ‘create something totally different to every other yacht.’ Feadship have done just that. The Joy is stunningly beautiful, can host 12 guests with 17 crew, and has a vast array of amenities.


5. Chasseur Superyacht

Chasseur Superyacht

Chasseur is a stunning and highly contemporary superyacht, kitted out with an array of retro artwork and photography (featuring pieces by Terry O'Neill, Greg Lotus, Acey Harper). She is 48.8 metres in length, and boasts some fancy features such as watersport toys, Portuguese bridge & foredeck seating areas. Along with an elevator, jacuzzi, and Zero speed stabilisers. Chasseur can host 12 guests, making her ideal for entertaining family and friends, along with 6 crew members on board.

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