At a press conference held in London, Heesen has revealed more details on the amenities and interior styling for the world's largest and fastest all-aluminium superyacht: PROJECT COSMOS. ... read full story
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What is a luxury yacht? Luxury Yachts as a term generally mean private boats of more than 22m or 80 feet in length, built with the aim of providing their owners and guests with ultimate luxury and comfort during their entire stay on board. Sailing yachts, motor yachts, catamarans, trimarans, gullets, superyachts, mega yachts, giga yachts, classic yachts or modern yachts with state-of-the-art amenities, technology and design all fall under the category of ‘luxury yachts’. There are numerous luxury yacht builders, designers, naval architects, interior designers, lighting designers, various product suppliers and service supplies in the industry specialising in luxury yachts, offering the highest possible standard of their services and assistance to future owners and managers of these vessels. View more on yacht builders and designers here.
Some owners prefer to keep their privacy and use their yachts for private holidays with family, friends, business partners and colleagues. Others, offer their vessels for luxury yacht charter around various destinations in the world. Two of the most important destinations from yacht rental point of view are the Mediterranean (mainly in the summer) and the Caribbean (during the Northern Hemisphere’s winter months). Other important luxury yacht charter destinations include the South Pacific, Asia, Northern Europe, with remote destinations such as Antarctica and Pacific North West being increasingly sought-after by adventure-seeking yacht charter clients.
Luxury yachts offer deluxe and luxurious accommodation in cabins, with en suite bathrooms, the finest in furnishing and linens, latest in technology, air-conditioning and various other comforts expected of these boats. There is usually one or more saloons available for entertainment, socialising and relaxation, as well as numerous dining options, including al fresco dining possibilities. Exterior deck areas tend to offer plenty of space for sunbathing, with larger yachts fitted with the very popular Jacuzzi spa or even a large swimming pool. All luxury yachts have a selection of various water toys at guests’ disposal for in-water entertainment and fun.
Below you will find the latest news and articles from the world of luxury yachts, and if you are interested in chartering one of these, don’t hesitate to contact our team of brokers here.
The Australian Parliament has passed the Special Recreational Vessels Bill 2019, which allows foreign-flagged vessels to charter in Australian Waters. ... read full story
A BOLD decision to make! Charter this spectacular mega yacht this Christmas and New Year's and impress your friends, colleagues and family with the latest in technology, entertainment, deck spaces, toys and design. ... read full story
Superyachts on film are not uncommon: The Bond series is famous for its fast cars and sleek luxury yachts, while recent Netflix film Murder Mystery was filmed aboard 60m/198ft motor yacht SARASTAR, but M/Y SOLANDGE has brought new heights of glamour to the small screen as the notable backdrop in Season Two of hit TV... ... read full story
Built by the prestigious Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo and to be delivered in 2020, motor yacht MALKIA is ready for bookings for the 2020 seasons. She will be available around the Western Mediterranean fro early spring and summer, cruising such popular charter grounds as the Amalfi Coast, Naples, Sicily or around Corsica, Sardinia or the chic... ... read full story
2019 has been a good year for life on the water, especially for the launch of luxury catamarans offering the best in modern comfort, decor, service and water toys. Explore the options 21 luxury catamarans launched in 2019 provide and prepare for your own yacht charter in 2020. ... read full story
The Australian Parliament will soon vote on whether to pass the Special Recreational Vessels Bill 2019, which would allow for foreign-flagged vessels to charter within Australian waters. ... read full story
To be launched in 2020 by the Admiral shipyard in Italy, the brand-new 55.2m (181’1’’) motor yacht GECO will joint the yacht charter market in the Mediterranean the next summer and the Caribbean the following winter season. The yacht is promising to have some fantastic features and large deck spaces, offering overnight deluxe accommodation for... ... read full story