World’s Most Expensive Superyacht Charter – Steven Spielberg’s New Seven Seas Yacht

Steven Spielberg's New Seven Seas Yacht Steven Spielberg’s New Seven Seas Yacht Steven Spielberg is offering his new $200 million Seven Seas megayacht as the world’s most expensive yacht charter at an eye-popping rate of $1.3 million per week. The Cayman-Islands registered, oceangoing vessel with the navy hull was built under the project name Y706 in collaboration with the designers Nuvolari & Lenard, Azure Naval Architects and the Wright Maritime Group. Dutch shipyard Oceanco built the Seven Seas to suit the liking of Steven Spielberg. The 282-ft. vessel,comes rigged with extravagant embellishments: acres of walnut, teak and rosewood interior, a private owner’s deck fitted with a commodious master stateroom, study and private Jacuzzi, accommodation and amenities for 12 guests, with a dedicated crew of 26. The Seven Seas’ most dramatic flourish is a infinity pool with a 15-foot dual-purpose glass screen that will allow loungers and swimmers to watch films by the poolside.

Ferretti Group’s 72-Metre Azteca Superyacht

Azteca Superyacht Azteca Superyacht CRN Yachts, a brand from the Ferretti Group, has just unveiled their largest superyacht to date, the 72-Metre Azteca. The yacht is ranked in the top 100 yachts in the world, and the fully custom project features a 100 square metre beach club and accommodation for 12 guests. Other highlights include substantial alfresco areas, a Jacuzzi, helipad and sun pads while the owner’s suite boasts a private cinema room with a 65 inch flat screen television. The vessel’s two garages hold 10 metre long Riva Shuttles which offer a maximum speed of 45 knots, a seven metre long service tender and four jet skis.

Orchid – Lurssen 88 meter Yacht designe by Luiz De Basto

Lurssen 88meter Orchid Yacht Designed by Luiz De Basto Lurssen 88meter Orchid Yacht Designed by Luiz De Basto It’s natural to assume that an 88 meter (289-foot) megayacht would feature plentiful guest staterooms. And you’d be right, if you were thinking about a project other than Orchid. This code-named concept collaboration between Luiz De Basto Designs and Lürssen Yachts accommodates just eight guests, with large windows in the four staterooms to take in the view. The designer and builder have kept the number down to increase the amount of space devoted to saloons, dining areas, alfresco spaces, and other entertainment and relaxation areas that everyone can use. Designed on 2 levels, the Owner’s Suite, located on the Main Deck, is connected to the owner’s Lounge on the Upper Deck through a private stairway for a total 245 square meters. The traditional Pilot House windshield becomes now an outstanding private sight through which the owner can overlook the outside. The overall exterior design of the Lurssen’s 88meter SuperYacht is the most impressive of all. This six deck luxury motor yacht features beautifully consistent and fluid lines making her stand out wherever she goes.

Dunya Yachts’ Red Square Superyacht is up for Sale

Who else but a Russian oligarch would order up a 72-metre steel superyacht from a Turkish shipyard, hire a decorator from Monaco to fit it out like a floating bordello, tack on not one but two helipads, name the damn thing after a famed Moscow landmark, Red Square – and then turn around and try to sell it again for €63.5 million ($86.2 million) before even taking delivery?

Red Square Superyacht from Dunya Yachts

A 72 meter steel superyacht from Turkish shipyard, Dunya Yachts, designed by Diana Scott from the Monaco based studio Sterling Scott with naval architecture by Taka Yachts and interior flourishes by that master of overstatement Alberto Pint, the Red Square yacht is one exquisite beauty. The interior of superyacht immerse in the atmosphere of a luxury beach house on water. This effect is achieved by the use of large areas of natural woods set against touches of extravagant luxury; simple against sophisticated; monotone against colourful.