Largest Yachts Available for Charter on

By Freya Cottrell

A reluctant dormancy has overcome the charter industry during the last 18 months. With restrictions being lifted and an easing of travel constraints on the horizon, the cobwebs of the pandemic are being blown off of the charter industry and chartered superyachts are booking out fast for the remainder of the season. For guests considering one of the Top 100 largest yachts in the world for their next trip, we took a look at three of the largest yachts listed for charter on

Dream - 106.5m Olympic - 1997

The largest yacht available to charter on, the 106.5m Dream was launched in 1997 before being entirely rebuilt by Olympic Yacht Services twenty-one years later in 2018. A truly unique charter yacht in that she began life as a passenger vessel before being transformed into the luxury superyacht she is today. With sumptuous space for 36 guests, the 22 cabin superyacht still manages to maintain an elegance within her 106 metres. CQStudio are responsible for her timeless interior decked out in white marble, light coloured woods and white leather for a nautical feel with a touch of luxury and elegance. Deck space is in no short supply as her incredible size lends itself to the outside amenities she has on board. The six decks supply easy access for sea swimming, an outdoor dining area with numerous dining tables and an expansive sundeck with an inbuilt pool. There is also a helipad for constant and easy access for guests. Get in touch with Hill Robinson to find out more about chartering Dream.

Christina O - 99.06m Canadian Vickers - 1943

Described as the most written about superyacht in history, Christina O has become a legend within the charter industry for her wartime importance and tempestuous maritime history. Christina O began her life during World War 2 as a Canadian Frigate but was rescued from her wartime service by Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis who transformed the 99m vessel into the epitome of yachting elite. She fell into disrepair after Onassis’s death but was restored in 2001 by a friend of the Onassis family. Her exterior styling, the work of Caesar Pinnau, encapsulates a timelessness that remains unmatched by any superyacht her size currently on the water. Her impressive lounging and dining facilities are nothing when compared with the opulence of the 10 stateroom cabins that adorn the main deck. Carrying with her an insurmountable history of the rich and famous who have walked her hallowed decks, Christina O is perfect for large parties wanting to experience the extraordinary history of this glorious superyacht. 

Kismet - 95.2m Lurssen - 2014

The youngest of the top three superyachts available for charter on, Kismet’s striking exterior design encapsulates a modernity that is in stark contrast to the splendour of her antique interior. Espin Oeno is responsible for the contemporary exterior including a vast aft deck for guests to lounge on during the day and transform into a nightclub when the sun sets. The opulence of the interior design fell into the hands of the legendary Laura Sessa. The white marble and gold furnishings that adorn the owner’s suite spill out into the remaining six cabins reserved for guests. Although the number of cabins is lower than the previous two superyachts, the remaining space on board is utilised impeccably and includes a private helipad, office spaces and mosaic tiled swimming pool. For guests interested in getting a glimpse of this 95m Lurssen, she will be turning heads at the Monaco Yacht Show this year ahead of the winter season.

By Freya Cottrell
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