The Two Best New Charter Yachts on the Market



It may not be the time to hop on a superyacht and sail off into the sunset, but what is the harm in keeping your wish list fresh for when the world returns to normal? If you are dreaming of a summer of sailing around the Mediterranean, take a look at two of the best new charter yachts on the market. These two yachts deliver fresh, exciting looks and a host of appealing features — perfect for ticking off a bucket-list destination in unbeatable style.

The Beast

Built in New Zealand by Profab Central Engineering in 2019, with her distinctive camo paint job and a 42-ft fishing boat on the back, the 129-ft The Beast is hard to miss. Pairing a stylish, modern interior with large outdoor spaces that include a popular restaurant-style teppanyaki barbecue on the upper deck, The Beast delivers adventure with a side of luxurious living. She is available in the South Pacific, with America’s Cup charter availability.

Key facts

Length: 129-ft

Top Speed: 13 kn

Guests: 12

Crew: 9

Beam: 39.3-ft

Guest cabins: 5

Price: From $225,000 per week



Bold was designed by Espen Oeino and built by SilverYachts / ©Guillaume Plisson

Bold, with her Espen Oeino exterior, boasts impressive and efficient technologies, aggressive styling and voluminous spaces. She is the most recent project under construction by SilverYachts, Australia’s leading luxury yacht builder. Standout features on the 279-ft yacht include an eight-person Jacuzzi, disco space, outdoor cinema and winter garden. Her 12 guests can enjoy her stylish design, with opulent materials and floor-to-ceiling windows for enjoying unrivaled views. Arrive in style via Bold’s helipad. She also possesses world-leading fuel efficiency and boasts a range of 4,500 nautical miles.

Key facts

Length: 279-ft

Top Speed: 24 kn

Guests: 16

Crew: 20

Range: 4,500 nm

Guest cabins: 8

Price: From $1.05m per week


This article originally appeared in the Spring issue of Elite Traveler and has been adapted for an online audience.

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