Here’s the low-down on the newest yacht charters on the market
Here’s what we’re dreaming of: boarding the award-winning Savannah, an 83.5m Feadship hybrid yacht with exteriors and interiors by Cristina Gherardi Design. The four-deck superyacht can be regularly seen in The Mediterranean, cruising around The Balearic Islands, Almafi Coast and Portofino.
The yacht is once again up for sale and can be purchased for €225 million (S$358.9 million). Facilities include a commercial-grade helipad, purpose-built conference room, a hospital, and a ‘moon lounge’ where guests can stargaze. Luminosity is able to accommodate up to 27 guests across 12 staterooms, which include a sizeable owner’s residence. It can also carry up to 37 crew in 22 cabins.
When it comes to yachts, there is merit in the phrase ‘bigger is better’. After all, sizeable yachts have the capacity to house tons of luxury amenities. Case in point: Benetti’s 107m gigayacht Lana, which has a lengthy 14.4m beam and is one of the largest yachts on the market. Available for charter exclusively through Imperial Yachts, Lana currently sails the Mediterranean Sea, and is set to cruise the Indian Ocean from December to March for €1.7 million a week.
Irimari sails the Mediterranean Sea from €460,000 (S$742,709) a week. She’s also up for sale and has an asking price that starts from €55 million (S$88 million). It accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins. Families can combine the owner’s suite and VIP cabin to form a large apartment. The two guest staterooms can be transformed into a second VIP suite.