Top Superyachts Available For Charter in 2023

By Heather Collier reflects on some of the most outstanding yachts available on the charter market today, and how each vessel offers its own unique adventure moving forward into the new year.


Currently in-build, her interior and exterior is styled by design house Studio Vafiadis in collaboration with Massari Design. She is currently being dubbed as 'the new generation of Golden Yachts.'

Boasting a total of eight guest suites, this luxurious vessel can host up to 16 guests, with a large owner's stateroom that includes an adjoined private office area.

Additional staterooms can be found across the upper and main deck, a similar arrangement to the layout of one of the shipyard's major milestones, Project X, which made her world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in October.

Her interior designers have used over 250 finishes, materials and precious stones to decorate the stunning, cavernous interior spaces.

Key features will include two inviting, glass-bottom swimming pools with underwater lighting, a grand piano, a spa consisting of a Finnish sauna, a hammam, massage room and medical room, a beauty salon, a guest elevator, satellite communications, a spacious beach club and deck Jacuzzi, WiFi and air conditioning.

O'Rea is set to be built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. Powered by twin diesel Caterpillar (3516E) 16-cylinder 3,433hp engines running at 1800rpm, she will be able to comfortably cruise at 16 knots, reaching a maximum speed of 18 knots.

O'Rea is due to be launched by Golden Yachts in Greece at their Perama shipyard and is on course to be delivered in June of 2023, set to join Golden Yachts' charter fleet.

Come Together

Inspired by the iconic song by The Beatles, Come Together is the first in a new generation of Amels 60 Limited Editions superyachts and marks the shipyard's first collaboration with designer Espen Øino.

Winch Design penned her custom interior, all of which is designed to replicate a relaxed, homely and family-orientated atmosphere for those onboard. A natural, light palette of Jerusalem limestone, matte oak, walnut and bronze is featured throughout the vessel, along with hidden gems and playful motifs, such as the guitar on display in the skylounge.

Come Together can host up to 12 guests across six cabins, including a full-beam owner's suite with a seven-square-metre fold-down terrace and an office space. Guests also have direct access to the beach club from their cabins on the lower deckwhere a large 38 square metre swim platform awaits.

Those onboard have the pleasure of indulging in her 27 sqm sun deck, complete with a raised sun lounging space, a Jacuzzi, a bar area and an extendable dining table that allows up to 18 guests. The space can also act as an open-air cinema or entertainment area with its very own DJ decks, accompanied by a stunning ocean view as its backdrop.

This vessel can comfortably carry a crew of 14 including a personal trainer, yoga instructor, videographer, DJ, and watersports enthusiasts, and can house a nine-metre limousine tender on her foredeck, which is the largest tender carried on a yacht of her size.

She has a top speed of 15.50 knots and is powered by 270b diesel hp cummins engines. She also has a range of 4,500 nautical miles.



WANDERLUST is distinctive, purposeful and confident in profile, with her instantly recognisable triangular main deck glazing and the band of privacy glass that encircles the most remarkable feature of this yacht and the widest part of it: the loft. This is a winter garden space with floor-to-ceiling glass that slides away to create a remarkable open-air shaded terrace. It’s aft of the high-ceiling sky lounge with huge screen on which guests can watch the mesmerising dolphin cam in the bow.

Another signature is the 400sqm (4,300sqft) aft deck, plenty of room for tenders of up to 15m (49.2ft) – the space is over 30m (100ft) long. The sides fold down to open up the views completely and create even more versatile space for entertainment, games or relaxation.

Built to deliver the holiday of a lifetime to up to 12 guests in eight suites, she has everything an amazing charter yacht needs. The sun deck has a glass-fronted jacuzzi and open-air dining, the upper deck offers more outdoor dining with a bar and BBQ for that chef’s table experience and a huge sun lounge aft, while on the main deck there’s an outdoor cinema on the main deck, which is fitted with sound, media and light systems for disco nights.

By Heather Collier