As the Mediterranean season gets fully underway, it’s time to take a look at the hottest charter yachts out on the water right now. In recent years beach clubs have become a must-have charter yacht feature for those looking to kick back and enjoy close contact with the sea. There’s no better feeling than returning aboard after a long day shopping in Cannes or Monaco or exploring colourful Italian villages to take a refreshing dip in the sea or to just gaze out at the waves with a chilled glass of Champagne. Here’s our top five superyacht beach clubs for your perfect Mediterranean charter experience!

Clocking in at an impressive 439.30 foot/133.9 meters, Serene is one of the largest and most luxurious charter yachts on the waters today. Amongst her standout features is her large beach club which includes a swim platform which folds out from her side and a well-equipped spa with a sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and snow room to ensure guests can be fully pampered while at sea.

Thanks to her 15 guest cabins which can accommodate up to 24 overnight guests and seven decks of living space, she’s ideal for large families and anyone who loves entertaining. Boasting elegant interior styling by Reymond Langton Design and sleek exterior lines courtesy of top yacht designer Espen Oeino, Serene was built by Italian shipyard Fincantieri in 2011 and she remains one of the largest superyachts ever built in Italy.

Serene is available to charter this summer in the Mediterranean with pricing available upon request.


Built by the respected Tankoa Yachts shipyard in 2015, the 227.36 foot/69.3 metre Suerte is just as beautiful on the inside as outside thanks to sympathetic styling by Florence-based designer Francesco Paszkowski. Guests can access her impressive beach club via a central staircase which leads to two fold-down terraces, a sauna with sea views and a hammam.

In addition to these waterside amenities, Suerte also boasts a glass-bottomed swimming pool on her sun deck, an outdoors dance floor and a 900 litre aquarium in her main saloon which makes her the perfect charter yacht for relaxing and spending quality time with close friends and family. Her six guest suites can receive up to 12 guests with a crew of 18 on hand at all times to ensure that every detail is taken care of.

Charter Suerte this summer in selected Mediterranean destinations from €525,000 ($647,000) per week plus expenses.


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If you prefer classic motor yachts, you’re sure to fall in love with the gorgeous 266.63 foot/81.27 meter Alfa Nero which boasts a sleek retro exterior design by Nuvolari & Lenard and tasteful interior styling from Alberto Pinto. Able to accommodate up to 12 guests in her six guest suites, this timeless masterpiece was built by Oceanco Yachts and is fresh from a 2017 refit.

Life onboard is focused around her magnificent outdoor living spaces where her enormous beach club takes centre stage. The huge space is composed of a sea level platform which is connected via two staircases to the aft deck where there’s a large infinity pool which converts into a helipad, a bar and a lounge area ideal for relaxed dining.

Summer charter is available for this iconic superyacht from €840,000 ($994,000) per week plus expenses.

  1. CLOUD 9

Built in 2017 by CRN Yachts, the brand new 242.78 foot/74 meter Cloud 9 is the charter yacht choice for the most exacting of guests. For the ultimate Mediterranean charter experience, anchor off a secluded Greek island or gorgeous stretch of Italian coastline and spend the afternoon relaxing in her large sea level beach club and playing with her water toys before enjoying a sensational dinner under the stars.

Cloud 9’s eight guest cabins can receive up to 12 overnight guests and boast tasteful styling courtesy of Winch Design who were also responsible for her exterior design. She also comes with a talented crew of 22 to make sure every charter experience is as relaxing as possible.

Charter Cloud 9 this summer from €875,000 ($1,035,500) per week plus expenses.


At 171 foot/52.12 metres the San Lorenzo-built Seven Sins may be one of the smaller yachts to make our list, but her dreamy beach club easily rivals those of far larger superyachts. On her lower deck are two fold-out balconies which give direct access to the sea and a vast lounge space dotted with comfortable chairs and sofas which neatly converts into a float-in tender bay. Also found in this space is a wellness area comprised of a well-equipped gym, steam room and hammam. Above the beach club is a magnificent glass-bottomed swimming pool which allows natural light to illuminate the lower deck.

Launched in 2017, this brand-new yacht boasts exterior and interior styling by Officina Italiana Design who have sought to create a light, airy feel throughout the vessel with a neutral colour palette and elegant furnishings. Her considerate interior layout offers five guest cabins which can receive up to 10 overnight guests and she has an attentive crew of 9 to guarantee a relaxing charter experience.

Explore the Amalfi Coast or French Riviera onboard Seven Sins this summer from €270,000 ($333,500) per week plus expenses.