The world’s most expensive charter yacht can now be chartered for just over £3 million a week.
The 450 ft luxury Flying Fox, which cost nearly £500 million to build, can carry 22 guests and needs a crew of 54 at sea.
The German-made vessel is 30 meters high with six decks and has its own mini-submarine station, helipad and hospital.
It features a two-story fun and relaxation center, a 400-square-foot spa pool, a gym and a yoga balcony with ex-British military instructors.
There are five tenders, plus flyboards, hoverboards and sea scooters.
It has its own covered water garden, shrubbery including trees and two galleys – one for guests and one for the crew.
There’s also a cryo-sauna — an anteroom where users stay for just three minutes to experience a post-sprint endorphin rush.
It also has a split-level spa with a hammam, steam room and treatment room.
The impressive luxury yacht costs a whopping £18,000 per hour or nearly half a million pounds per day.
It comes as a luxury superyacht is built to resemble a 128 carat Cartier diamond.
The 128-carat stone ‘Stella del Sud’, owned by Cartier, is the idea behind the luxury boat of the same name.
Photos from inside the 90-meter yacht show a beautiful cinema, three integrated swimming pools and a helipad.
The dreamy pools flow into each other, creating a waterfall effect.
A jewel-shaped window appears on the outside of the boat, with the same piece of glass on all levels.
The Italian studio behind the breathtaking designs, Gabriele Teruzzi, says the superyacht is a “glittering diamond” with Art Deco features.