Guests will be given access to the yacht’s substantial collection of water toys, including jet skis, Sea Bobs and hoverboards
11 February 2020
Currently the world’s 18th largest superyacht, and now the largest available to charter, Lürssen’s Flying Fox spans a whopping 136m and has space for up to 25 guests.
With an interior designed by Mark Berryman and an exterior by Espen Øino, the vessel boasts some truly outstanding features. The palatial 400 sqm spa is the standout; spread across two floors, it comes complete with a hammam, sauna, massage area and gym, as well as the first cryosauna ever installed on a ship. Just three minutes inside this frozen chamber is said to aid muscle mending and pain relief. Once you’ve defrosted, take a dip in the Jacuzzi or 12m outdoor swimming pool.
Guests will be given access to the yacht’s substantial collection of water toys, including jet skis, Sea Bobs and hoverboards. The entertainment continues below deck, where the resident cinema is fitted with D-Box seating, which vibrates to mimic the action on screen.
Eleven cabins – one master and 10 VIP – all have sea terraces and en-suite bathrooms, while crew accommodation has space for 54 staff. The cherry on the cake is a pair of helipads, one on the sundeck and one on the bridge deck, that allow visitors to board via the largest helicopters on the market – which gives you an idea of the sort of people they expect to be dropping by.
The boat is available to charter exclusively through Imperial Yachts, from €3.2m per week, imperial-yachts.com