Inside the worlds most luxurious super-yachts

Opulent en-suite staterooms, panoramic views and alfresco dining facilities are all part of the luxury boating experience. Join us as we tour inside the worlds most luxurious super-yachts.

Madsummer | £24.3 million

Launched in 2005 and refurbished in 2009, Madsummer features five en-suite cabins, including a master suite with a double bed, study, walk-in wardrobe, his and hers bathrooms and separate toilet en-suite. The £24.3 million super yacht offers extraordinary panoramic views of the sea, with guest able to soak in the 55.5-metre (182ft) vessel’s hot tub.

Clifford II | £11.3 million

Launched in 2008, Clifford II is a luxurious 150ft sport cruiser that  tours the world with room for up to 12 guests in five staterooms. One of the many highlights of the Clifford II is the lavish upper deck and alfresco dining facilities. The yacht cruses with a maximum speed of 30 knots (34.5mph), spending the majority of it’s time in the deep blue waters of Antibes, France.

Balista | £13.8 million

According to YPI Group, the Monaco-based firm handling the sale of this £13.8 million vessel, the yacht have never actually been used by its current owner, with the spacious six cabins, hot tub and large indoor saloon being left alone in Italy’s Cantieri di Pisa shipyard. The yacht has just over 250 hours of engine time on the clock, with a top speed of 25 knots (28.7mph).

Lady Duvera | £7.9 million

Designed inn the Netherlands and launched in 2000, Lady Duvera is hailed for its transatlantic range and classic style. This tri-deck vessel can host accommodates 10 guests in five staterooms, and has a spacious sun deck with a hot tub and bar. The Lady Duvera has an elegant dining room and an aft deck with alfresco dining space for up to 16 people.

References from the Daily Mail.

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