10 Most Luxurious Yachts You Can Charter In Hong Kong

PUBLISHED ON Mar 15, 2019

One thing we love about this city is the long, seemingly endless summers. And with the sun shining bright, it’s time to get out and get onto the water—preferably on a luxurious super yacht. Whether you want to spend just a few hours at sea or cruise for days on end, we’ve found 10 of the most impressive yachts you can charter in Hong Kong.

 

  1. Numarine 62 Flybridge

Don’t let the size of this smaller 18 metre yacht fool you—its grand design allows you to enjoy the open seas while comfortably escaping the heat in its chic lounge surrounded by soaring glass panels. Of course, if you want to bask in the great outdoors, a sun-pad on the bow and a cocktail table on the rooftop are perfect places to unwind while working on your summer glow. Equipped with a full Bose sound system, this is an ideal yacht for intimate events.

  1. A98 Blue

Alongside four crew members ready to serve, this yacht has everything you need housed in its futuristic design, including a kitchen, a saloon with a theatre system (complete with surround sound), a jacuzzi, a karaoke system, a BBQ oven and water toys such as slides, banana boats and jetskis.

  1. Ocean Emerald

A true superyacht, Ocean Emerald is intended for long, luxurious cruising and has the contemporary design and world-class facilities to match that; various spacious sunbathing zones, a top deck jacuzzi, five state rooms worthy of a five-star hotel and a team of nine staff to cater to your every need.

  1. Michelangelo

This stunning 24 metre teak and mahogany restored yacht offers classic elegance met with modern luxury. It has three decks and includes an onboard gourmet chef, a state-of-the-art entertainment system, ample indoor and outdoor lounging areas, over-deck hammocks, water sport equipment and even a classical mini orchestra, should you desire.

  1. Numarine 78 HT

Elegant and sporty, Numarine 78 HT is a truly  luxurious vessel. The generous outdoor space is great for enjoying the outdoors with your guests, and leads into an airy lounge—complete with a sunroof—which is drenched in natural light. Don’t forget to bring the tunes, as the yacht’s Bose system will surely help set the mood for a fabulous day at sea.  If you’re cruising at night, set up the projector on the deck for a movie night under the stars.

  1. Sunseeker 40m

At 40 metres, this superyacht is all about glitz and glamour and is perfect for luxurious outings with friends and family. The three decks offer plenty of chic indoor or covered lounging suites, as well as comfortable outdoor spaces for you to soak up the sun.

  1. 98 Custom

This yacht is the key to a perfect getaway. The expansive flybridge and top deck outdoor jacuzzi add instant ‘wow’ factor while the classic interior boasts state-of-the-art entertaining features including a spacious saloon complete with a marble dining table, bar and widescreen TV.

  1. Absolute 50

This yacht is a dream for design lovers thanks to its crisp aesthetic and clever design solutions like sliding doors and rounded eges. Across two decks, the sophisticated Absolute 50 boasts plush outdoor seating, an open-plan modern saloon and luxurious cabins, each boasting a king size bed. The wet bar includes a sink, BBQ grill, icemaker and fridge.

  1. Fountarin Pajor Saja 50

This yacht’s smart and open-plan design gives the feeling of a chic apartment on the water. Its elegant kitchen smoothly transitions into its lounge and alfresco dining area, opening up to stunning vistas for a sunset meal you won’t forget. What’s more is the sprawling outdoor sunbed and thoughtful settee, which makes for a cosy area to relax with a chill cocktail in hand.

  1. SESSA Marine F54

This yacht is all about clever configuration and thoughtful design, from the abundance of natural light that fills the sleek cabin interiors to the extended overhang on the teak-covered aft deck that transforms into an al fresco dining table for eight. Its rooftop sitting area features warm tones to create a welcome and cosy respite from city life.

Source: Hong Kong Tatler