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The 5 best entry-level Superyachts for «beginners»

Planning your first ever yacht charter holiday? To find the perfect superyacht for beginners is subjective, but we will suggest five entry-level superyachts for charter that are worth considering for your first trip as a charterer.

Do you want the riveting experience of sailing, or maybe for your first charter you would like to board smaller superyachts with a group of friends? Whatever you have in mind, the following suggestions can help you have the best first experience with entry level superyachts.

  Perfection 

Boasting a striking, futuristic exterior designed by Germán Frers, Perfection offers a compact size and entry-level charter rate which is ideal for first-time charterers. While her shallow draft and smaller measurements make this nimble yacht ideal for cruising secret coves and hidden gems, she is also equipped with amenities normally found on larger superyahcts, such as zero speed stabilisers and a 4.45 metre tender.

An extremely flexible layout with interiors styled by Design Unlimited can comfortably accommodate a variety of guests, from small groups of friends and families to couples on a romantic holiday. Other highlights on board this Baltic yacht include a large fold-out swimming platform and al fresco dining options with space for sunbathing on the sundeck.

Perfection is managed for charter by NEXT Yachting with a weekly charter rate starting from €29,000.

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Stats: 23.93 metres, Baltic, 2017, 7 guests, 3 crew
 PH3 

If it’s your first time on the water, you may not want to get overwhelmed with supersized superyachts. Keep it simple on board Contest Yachts’ 22 metre flagship Ph3, which is perfect for a small family or intimate group of friends planning their first charter.

But that’s not to say guests will be left wanting; highlights on board include a transformative area on the front deck that can serve as a sunbathing spot, cocktail area or paddling pool, plus there’s a fully stocked toybox that carries the likes of an underwater scooter, water-skiing and wakeboarding equipment, snorkelling gear and a canoe. Thanks to her compact size, this nimble sailing yacht will also be able to take you to remote corners and hidden gems that bigger boats can’t access.

PH3 is managed for charter by Ocean Independence with a weekly charter rate starting from €24,000.

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Stats: 22 metres, Contest Yachts, 2013, 6 guests, 2 crew
 Lady Victoria 

Lady Victoria Offering classic appeal with modern amenities, Lady Victoria has been described by her broker as a “true gentleman’s yacht.” After undergoing a refit in 2019, her classic-inspired De Voogt interiors are refreshed and offer elegant living spaces for guests to unwind and relax in traditional yachting style. Alongside a sundeck hot tub, outdoors dining and drinks areas for al fresco entertaining, Lady Victoria also carries a full toybox and two tenders.

Expect days spent on the water kayaking, kneeboarding, paddleboarding, fishing, waterskiing and wakeboarding – plus there’s also a range of towable toys on board for kids to enjoy. Ideal for US-based charterers, she can be found cruising along the East Coast and down to the Caribbean.

Lady Victoria is managed for charter by Merle Wood & Associates with a weekly charter rate starting from 57.000€.

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Stats: 36.5 metres, 1991, Feadship, 8 guests, 6 crew
Xaira

New to the charter market following her recent delivery in 2020, Xaira has been designed for optimum performance at sea and offers a thrilling sailing experience that is sure to satisfy first-time charterers. Easily identifiable with her distinctive black sails, Xaira has plenty of deck space, air-conditioned cabins and a toybox bursting with watersports gear from waterskis and paddleboards, to snorkelling, kitesurfing and wakeboarding equipment.

She also carries a sailing dinghy plus a Tender Williams Sportjet 395 for transporting guests back and forth during shore-based expeditions. This winter she’ll be cruising through the warm waters of the Caribbean; an ideal charter location for first-timers.

Xaira is managed for charter by Ocean Independence with a weekly charter rate starting from €32,000.

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Stats: 23 metres, CNB, 2020, 7 guests, 3 crew
Rebeca

For a first-time charterer who’s looking for the newest toys and tech, recently delivered Rebeca is the first hull of the innovative Benetti Oasis 40m series and offers an excellent entry-level superyacht. Her ultra-modern interiors have been designed by RWD and emphasise outdoor areas for warm weather cruising.

Enjoy early morning yoga on the main deck, swimming in the infinity pool during the heat of the day and dining al fresco on the sundeck, which is equipped with a shaded dining table, barbecue and drinks bar plus a large raised hot tub forward. There’s also an on-board gym and a toybox stocked with Seabobs, paddleboards, wakeboarding and waterskiing gear, kayaks, e-foils and snorkelling equipment.

Rebeca is managed for charter by Burgess with a weekly charter rate starting from 204.000€.

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Stats: 40.8 metres, Benetti, 2020, 11 guests, 7 crew

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