The world's largest charter superyacht costs $4 million a week and comes with two helipads plus a cryotherapy sauna. Take a look inside.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts
  • The Flying Fox is now the world’s largest yacht available to charter, according to Boat International.
  • Imperial Yachts manages the superyacht’s listing.
  • With six decks, it sleeps 25 guests and rents for nearly $US4 million per week, a representative for Imperial told Business Insider.
  • Here’s a look inside the Flying Fox superyacht, which comes with two helipads, a cryotherapy sauna, and a pool that can be split in two.
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The 450-foot-long Flying Fox is the largest yacht available for charter in the world, according to Boat International.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


Built in 2019 by Lürssen, it rents for nearly $US4 million per week and takes luxury to the next level.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


With six decks, it can accommodate up to 36 day and 25 overnight guests.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts


Two helipads welcome arrivals …

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts


… and are designed to convert to dance floors when the occasion demands.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


Other standout features include a 40-foot pool with can be split in two thanks to a retractable wall. One side could have salt water, and the other fresh; one cold, and one hot, according to Robb Report.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Robb Report


Flying Fox is also the first yacht to ever install a cryotherapy sauna, Boat International reported.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


There is a professional dive centre …

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


… and guests can check out everything from hover boards to a personal submarine from the tender garage.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


A two-story spa offers a range of treatments, from facials to body sculpting …

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


… and ‘rain shower’ massages.

© Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


During a ‘rain shower’ massage, passengers lie on a warm bed under a stream of water while a staff member tends to sore muscles.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


To earn that massage, passengers can stop by the state-of-the-art gym and work with a personal trainer.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yacht, Boat International


Over 50 crew members, including former Olympic athletes and ex-members of the British military, are on hand to attend to guests’ needs.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


Light colours and greenery dominate the decor, and the ship’s design places an emphasis on outdoor spaces.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts


For instance, each of the 11 cabins opens up to a deck that can be partitioned into private balconies thanks to sliding panels.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts, Boat International


Guests can also opt to dine al fresco.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts


Views are stunning, from one observation level …

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts


… to the next.

© Guillaume Plisson for Imperial Yachts

Source: Imperial Yachts

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