, 2022-06-21 02:00:00,
Who would like to travel the seven seas in a superyacht (otherwise called megayachts)? Superyachts are large, luxurious pleasure vessels, although there is no exact definition of how big a yacht needs to be before being considered a “superyacht”. Superyachts are typically absurdly expensive.
Superyachts are not always owned by the mega-wealthy. Many superyachts are also available for charter with a full staff – predictably they still cost a pretty penny. Many are available for charter at prices exceeding $100,000 or $1 million for a week. The yachts can be designed with an emphasis on comfort, speed, or expedition capability. There are also plenty of superyachts for sale if one can cough up a few 10s of millions of dollars and pay for the upkeep.
How Big Is A Superyacht?
Superyachts come in different sizes. The smaller ones (40 meters or 130 feet) typically have cabins for 10-12 guests and accommodation for a similar-sized crew. They normally have a lower deck (with guest cabins and an exterior swimming platform), the main deck (which has the saloon and dining room), the upper deck (which has outdoor dining and the bridge), and the sun deck (which often has a hot tub).
- Smallest Superyachts: Generally Considered From 40 Meters or 130 Feet
- Largest Superyacht: The Azzam At 180 Meters or 590 Feet
Yachts built over 60 meters or 200 feet in length are typically built to individual specifications and are very expensive. They often have…
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