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Unveiling Shared Superyacht Charters As An Emerging Trend In Luxury Travel

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Wealthy globetrotters are banding together to delve into the international superyacht lifestyle, ushering in a fresh wave of luxurious travel experiences. Departing from conventional hotel stays, luxury yacht charters offer a daily change of scenery, free from bustling crowds and confined spaces, with an unmatched staff-to-guest ratio and access to secluded beaches. Catering to diverse groups and occasions, spanning from lively party circuits in Hvar to the lavish indulgence of the Amalfi Coast, this trend is gaining momentum as an alternative to increasingly costly high-end hotels.

“For families and large groups, superyacht charter provides a more flexible and action-packed getaway – with jet skis, scuba diving and snorkelling keeping all ages entertained in new surroundings each day.  With charter fees starting from approximately £40,000 (plus expenses) for a fully staffed yacht with four en-suite cabins, superyachts are capturing the attention of a wider group of luxury travellers.”

Tim Johnson, Founder & CEO

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The iconic CHRISTINA O yacht cruising along the Amalfi Coast is the pinnacle of sophistication. From Amalfi to Positano, this route boasts high-end boutiques, Michelin-starred dining, chic beachfront retreats, and vibrant nightlife. CHRISTINA O, known for hosting influential figures during Onassis’ era, boasts 17 cabins accommodating up to 120 guests, a 42-seat dining room, a new jacuzzi bar, and luxurious spa facilities for ultimate comfort.


CALYPSO I navigating the Cyclades Islands is the ideal choice. From Athens’ historical significance to Kythnos’ serene landscapes and Naxos’ adventurous escapades, the Cyclades offer a diverse itinerary for multi-generational groups. CALYPSO I, with four cabins accommodating ten guests, caters to families with RYA-approved water sports training, a “Dolphin Camera” for wildlife spotting, an onboard jacuzzi, and a swim platform for supervised children’s activities while adults savour mixologist-crafted cocktails.

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SEAREX in the Maldives offers an elite superyacht route, exploring lagoons, reefs, and beaches inhabited by diverse marine life. SEAREX accommodates 12 guests across six lavish en-suite cabins, featuring spacious decks, an outdoor spa bath, alfresco dining, and a large swim platform for diving and snorkelling enthusiasts. With opportunities to step ashore for world-class hospitality, a Maldivian adventure has everything for all types of superyacht charter guest.


The rich and famous gather each year to celebrate the festive season under the Caribbean sun. From Eden Rock to Bagatelle, Cheval Blanc and Nikki Beach – island hopping in the Caribbean brings endless evenings of extravagance and entertainment couple with laidback days on the beach.

With opulent onboard amenities including a private jacuzzi, a beach club convertible into a nightclub, and accommodations for 12 guests across six cabins (including two master suites), TITANIA promises luxurious festivities under the Caribbean sunshine.

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Croatia offers a balance between vibrant party scenes and serene anchorages along the Adriatic coast. With lavish amenities such as a back-lit Onyx bar, a cutting-edge sound system, and an oversized waterproof cinema, ONLY NOW caters to entertainment aficionados. Featuring four well-appointed en-suite staterooms, including a master suite with His & Hers bathrooms and a spacious VIP suite, this yacht accommodates eight guests, showcasing comfort, style, and functionality.

These diverse and exclusive superyacht charters open up a world of luxurious travel, tailored to varied preferences, ensuring unforgettable experiences for discerning travelers seeking the epitome of opulence and adventure on the high seas.

Get in touch with your broker to begin designing your shared superyacht charter.

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