How much does it cost to rent the most expensive yacht in the world?

How much does it cost to rent the most expensive yacht in the world?

The Flying Fox is now the world’s largest yacht available to charter, according to Boat International. Imperial Yachts manages the superyacht’s listing. With six decks, it sleeps 25 guests and rents for nearly $4 million per week, a representative for Imperial told Business Insider.

How much is a super yacht?

So just how much does a superyacht cost? The reports finds that on average, a 100-meter superyacht with a top speed of 25 knots and 50 crew members should cost around $275 million. Considering the 30 largest superyachts are all longer than 100 meters, they can often cost significantly more.

What is the most luxurious yacht?

I. Eclipse: Owned by the Russian billionaire and oligarch, Roman Abramovich, Eclipse is currently the world’s most expensive yacht. The vessel was launched in the year 2009 at a developmental cost of over one billion.

What is a £10 million superyacht and how does it work?

A £10 MILLION superyacht capable of voyaging to the ends of the earth has been unveiled- complete with its own submarines, 4×4 car, motorbikes and helicopter. With a top speed of 16.5 knots, the ‘Esquel’ is intended to be able to travel from the Arctic to Antarctic Oceans and offers its owner the chance to go exploring when they get there.

How much does it cost to charter a superyacht?

Discover what you can expect on board the world’s most expensive luxury yachts available for superyacht charters for more than $1 million per week. What can you expect on board a superyacht for over $1 million per week? Why are these yachts so expensive to rent?

Where can I buy a superyacht for sale in the UK?

MillionPlus features incredible super yachts exclusively over £1 million. All of the luxury yachts for sale here on our website are offered through our network of partners, including yacht brokers and private sellers.

How big is the biggest superyacht in the world?

One of the world’s largest and most futuristic superyachts coasted into Monaco last month, owned by Russian tycoon Andrey Melnichenko. The £360m mammoth vessel is 468ft long, has eight decks, a helicopter pad, a pool and masts that are 328ft tall.