‘World’s most expensive’ superyacht is available to rent for £3million a week – and guests get their own sub-marine station, luxury spa complex and even a HOSPITAL (but you’ll need 54 crew to sail it)
- The stunning white superyacht, which sleeps 22, was built in Germany and cost around £500million to craft
- Flying Fox stretches 450ft and boasts a heli-pad and mini-submarine station for its discerning guests
- Floating holiday home comes with a hefty price tag though – it costs £3million to hire it out just for a week
Billionaires looking for an alternative lockdown playground this summer might consider snapping up the world’s most expensive charter yacht – a snip at just £3million a week, or, if you break it down, a wallet-crushing £18,000 an hour.
The uber luxurious six-deck Flying Fox stretches 450ft and boasts the kind of five-star amenities most high-end hotels would struggle to conjure up, including a futuristic cryo-sauna, heli-pad and a 400sq-metre spa pool with a balcony purely for yoga.
The superyacht, which sleeps 25 but can entertain up 34 guests during daytime, was built in Germany and cost around £500million to craft.
The Flying Fox needs a whopping 54 crew members – from bar staff to gym instructors and waiters – to be fully operational while cruising the world.
One for Mr Bond? With a heli-pad, mini submarine station and a fleet of cool ocean toys such as fly and hoverboards, the Flying Fox, the world’s most expensive superyacht offers the super-rich an enviable floating playground
Sail away: The luxury 440ft charter vessel was finished in 2019 and became available to rent earlier this month
There are six decks and a very cool 400sq-metre spa pool perfect for lazy days at sea – if you don’t mind the £18,000 an hour price tag
German built, the Flying Fox is the world’s most expensive superyacht, costing a cool £500 million to make
Visiting oligarchs have several ways to access it too; there’s a helipad should they wish to whirr in from above and even a mini-submarine station for those who want a more covert passage.
Those who want alternative options for getting on the ocean can also try a hoverboard, flyboard or sea scooter.
Inside, there’s are swish interiors by leading designer Mark Berryman and the 11 cabins can accommodate up to 25 guests staying overnight; all rooms have private sea view terraces.
Anyone feeling anxious about catching Covid can rest assured the Flying Fox boasts a fully-staffed medical centre purely to take care of visitors.
In the spa, there’s the chance to try the benefits of trendy cryotherapy which involves freezing the body to sub-zero temperatures. And missing rural life while at sea isn’t a problem, guests can stroll an indoor garden, complete with its own trees and water garden.
Building began on the Flying Fox in 2017, and it was completed last year before being put up for rental earlier this month.
A floating mini city: there’s a fully functioning medical facility with staff on board to reassure visiting guests
Now that’s a corner couch, the bedrooms on board are super spacious, and there’s plenty of places to relax for a sundowner
Flying Fox can welcome 36 guests on board but needs a crew of 54 to be fully functioning
Room with a view: there are 11 cabins for 25 guests to stay overnight, all staterooms come with private sea view terraces
St Trop for summer? The chartered superyacht can glide effortlessly around some of the world’s glitziest destinations
With six decks, rising 100ft, there’s plenty of space for privacy onboard the luxury vessel
Escape the midday sun with a dip in the sleek pool which stretches across the entire width of a deck
The yacht’s crew includes former Olympians and triathletes should guests onboard want to stretch their fitness with some specialist training. Right: How the Flying Fox looks at sunset…