THE world’s most expensive charter yacht can now be hired out at just over £3million a week.
The 450ft long luxury Flying Fox, which cost almost £500million to build, can take 22 guests and needs a crew of 54 when at sea.
The German-made craft is 100ft high with six decks and has its own mini-submarine station, heli-pad and hospital.
It boasts a two-deck centre for fun and relaxation, a 400sq-metre spa pool, a gym and a yoga balcony with ex-British military instructors.
There are five tenders, plus flyboards, hoverboards and sea scooters.
It has its own indoor water garden, a shrubbery including trees, and two galleys – one for guests and one for crew.
There is also a cryo-sauna – an antechamber which users stay in for just three minutes to experience a post-sprint endorphin rush.
It also has a split-level spa with a hammam, steam room and treatment room.
The impressive luxury yacht costs a staggering £18,000 an hour or nearly half a million pounds a day.
The 128-carat ‘Stella del Sud’ stone, owned by Cartier, forms the idea behind the luxury boat of the same name.
Pictures from inside the 361ft-long yacht show a gorgeous cinema, three integrated swimming pools and a helipad.
The dreamy pools flow form one to the other, creating the appearance of a waterfall effect.
A jewel-shaped window appears on the outside of the boat, using the same piece of glass across all levels.