Tatler reveal their dream yacht holidays the rich must take

How to holiday like the elite: Tatler reveals the ‘socially-distanced’ yacht breaks that are a must for the rich and famous – boasting open-air cinemas, water slides and helipads (but they can set you back £680,000-a-WEEK)

  • Tatler has revealed the jaw-dropping ‘social distancing’ superyacht holidays the crème de la crème of British society should be seen taking this summer
  • The society bible recommends charting a yacht and island-hopping through the Bahamas or cruising the Australian coastline
  • The colossal boats offer sprawling five-star accommodation for up to 12 guests, and amenities including on-board pools, spas, helipads and assault courses
  • But prices start at £96,350-a-week and go up to £678,800-per-week

Tatler has revealed the jaw-dropping ‘social distancing’ superyacht holidays the crème de la crème of British society should be seen taking this summer. 

The society bible recommends scooping up a luxury break offering a ‘completely discreet environment away from other guests’ – by charting a yacht and island-hopping through the Bahamas or cruising the Australian coastline.

The colossal boats offer sprawling five-star accommodation for up to 12 guests, and amenities including on-board jacuzzi, pools, spas, helipads and even assault courses.

Lucky guests can arrive via helipad, and enjoy custom water slides, cocktail bars and ‘champagne on tap’ – but prices start at £96,350-a-week and go up to £678,800-per-week.

£140,300-per-week, Caribbean/ Mediterranean 

The £140,300-a-week Teleost has been described as having a ‘Royal Britannia feel’ to it by Tatler, calling its ‘polished mahogany panelling, silk window panels and entertaining space made for a big family’

The Dutch 49m-yacht was built in 1998, and covers the Caribbean and Mediterranean, providing full on-board entertainment

The £140,300-a-week Teleost has been described as having a ‘Royal Britannia feel’ to it by Tatler, calling its ‘polished mahogany panelling, silk window panels and entertaining space made for a big family’.

The Dutch 49m-yacht was built in 1998, and covers the Caribbean and Mediterranean, boasting a first-class crew of 10 on-board, as well as accommodation for up to 12 guests in five ‘generously-sized’ double staterooms and two double and two twin cabins.

Providing full on-board entertainment, it even comes with a 5m custom water slide, cocktail bar and barbecue deck – while water sports enthusiasts can pick from jet skis, wave runners, sea bobs, wakeboards, boogie boards, kayaks, underwater scooters and inflatables. 

£678,800-per-week, Croatia/ South Pacific 

Cloudbreak, a huge 75.28m expedition yacht, is described as ‘ideal for extreme exploration’, and even boasts a helipad and six ‘sumptuous staterooms’ to accommodate 12 guests

For those preferring to stay on-board, entertainment includes a circular cinema room situated next to the helideck, a luxury spa, an open-air spa and a party deck

Cloudbreak, a huge 75.28m expedition yacht, is described as ‘ideal for extreme exploration’, and even boasts a helipad and six ‘sumptuous staterooms’ to accommodate 12 guests.

Costing £678,800-per-week, and boasting a ‘chalet’ vibe, it can explore the tamer waters of Croatia, as well as Antarctica and as far as The South Pacific – and boasts a crew of 22 staff.

For those preferring to stay on-board, entertainment includes a circular cinema room situated next to the helideck, a luxury spa, an open-air spa and a party deck.

£212,700-per-week, France, Monaco and Italy

If flashy is your thing, this gold-fronted superyacht is the one for you, and is described by Tatler as ‘made for mooring up in Monaco’

Priced at £212,700-per-week, the 49m SuperSport Khalilah will take you around France, Monaco and Italy, and sleeps 11 who can enjoy the Asian-fused modern vibe

If flashy is your thing, this gold-fronted superyacht is the one for you, and is described by Tatler as ‘made for mooring up in Monaco’.

Priced at £212,700-per-week, the 49m SuperSport Khalilah will take you around France, Monaco and Italy, and sleeps 11 who can enjoy the Asian-fused modern vibe and exceptional chef who  has worked for world-class Michelin star restaurants.

Guests can enjoy a jetpack, hoverboard, wakeboard, jet skis, kayaks, paddle boards and inflatables, while the vast deck spaces with sweeping views of the ocean.

£226,500-per-week, Bahamas

Gold seems to be the theme this summer, and the £226,500-per-week DB9 will certainly get you noticed as you whip through the waves in the Bahamas

With three separate pool areas including an 8-metre swimming pool, a pop-up assault course and an open-air cinema, guests needn’t worry about being miles away from the action

Gold seems to be the theme this summer, and the £226,500-per-week DB9 will certainly get you noticed as you whip through the waves in the Bahamas.

With three separate pool areas including an 8-metre swimming pool, a pop-up assault course and an open-air cinema, guests needn’t worry about being miles away from the action. 

The sleek 52m superyacht can accomdate 12, with a staff of 11, and includes two double staterooms and two twin staterooms with an additional Pullman berth. 

£96,350-per-week, Australian coast

Those on a budget but wishing to travel further afield can try the £96,350-per-week Vegas yacht, built at a more modest 36.89 metres and taking you to the Australian coastline in style

The master suite features its own private lounge, and 12 guests can enjoy the five cabins and six-person crew in luxury

Those on a budget but wishing to travel further afield can try the £96,350-per-week Vegas yacht, built at a more modest 36.89 metres and taking you to the Australian coastline in style. 

The exterior boasts a large entertaining saloon, a spa pool on the sundeck and al fresco dining.

Meanwhile, the master suite features its own private lounge, and 12 guests can enjoy the five cabins and six-person crew in luxury.

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