Most Expensive Yacht Charter
When it comes to the world’s most expensive yacht charters, it’s hard to top Camper & Nicholsons‘ superyacht Moonlight II (ex Alysia). At $900,000 per week she costs more for seven days at sea than most yachts pull down for a whole month. At 85.3 metres she also ranks as one of the world’s largest […]
When it comes to the world’s most expensive yacht charters, it’s hard to top Camper & Nicholsons‘ superyacht Moonlight II (ex Alysia).
At $900,000 per week she costs more for seven days at sea than most yachts pull down for a whole month.
At 85.3 metres she also ranks as one of the world’s largest charter yachts, with a steel hull and superstructure with aluminum deckhouses.
Access is easy via passarelle or the wide teak swimming platform. Once on board life unfolds over five spectacular decks.
Thirty-six guests are looked after by thirty-four crew and there is room to entertain at the most lavish level.
Situated on the Upper Deck, the master suite measures over 122 square metres. The bedroom itself has 180° panoramic windows with a door to a private deck.
An enormous Californian king-sized bed faces a 42″ retractable plasma television with Creston control console.
Male and female dressing rooms, twin Jacuzzi bath, private study and a twin stateroom complete this remarkable suite.
And, just to ensure you feel entirely at peace, your bodyguard can be comfortably housed in the adjacent twin cabin.
The VIP suite is situated on the Bridge Deck and includes a separate television lounge and study with a double sofa bed.
Another plasma television screen faces the large super king-size bed. A spacious Michelangelo marble bathroom has separate shower, Jacuzzi bath and WC areas.
Alysia’s additional guest suites include eight super king-size doubles and seven twin staterooms, including one equipped for special needs.
They are furnished to the highest standards with limed oak paneling, limestone architraves, silk embroidered counterpanes, sofas, a writing desk, titling LCD screen television with DVD and large marble bathrooms.
You and your guests can use the elevator to explore the five guest decks aboard, which include a sundeck that provides privacy, intimacy and spectacular views over your domain.
At one end, the heli-pad converts into a circular sunbathing terrace, at the other, is a Jacuzzi surrounded by sun beds.
Other amenities offered onboard include a movie theater, temperature-controlled 500-bottle wine cellar, saloon with grand piano, hair and beauty salon, gym,children’s play room and a business center.
With a range of over 7,000 nautical miles, she’s capable of crossing the Atlantic, navigating the Panama Canal and reaching the west coast of the U.S. and Mexico.