The world’s first private flying yacht, Enata, sent shockwaves through the industry when she debuted at the Dubai International Boat Show in 2018. Sleek, chic, and beautifully-engineered, she soars five feet above the waves when cruising at 18 knots on her carbon fiber hydrofoils giving the smoothest of rides even over choppy waters.

Building on this well-deserved reputation for cutting-edge yacht design, Foiler is now challenging the industry further with a visionary selection of premium features and options. With a variety of different models, the Foiler flying yacht means that owners will no longer have to compromise on their luxury lifestyle requirements with everything from underwater lights, a climate-controlled cabin, and even a ski pole available as add-ons.

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The Enata comes in three different layout options which all make use of the same modular design with plenty of storage, clever retractable tables to provide more space, a WC tucked away below deck, and a fridge ideal for day cruising. Ideal for adventurers and sun-seekers, the Venturi layout adds two dedicated sunbathing areas with the possibility to fold away the large table and cover it over with sun pads. This is the perfect spot to take in a few rays or just watch the world go by while you relax with a glass of something chilled and delicious.

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Enata’s Azure layout also features two solarium areas as well as an air-conditioned cabin which makes it perfect for cruising with children or in the balmy climates of Bali, the islands of Thailand, or the Caribbean. This design also features extra seating thanks to the enclosed aft, ideal for families requiring a little more space onboard for leisurely meals and making those special memories together.

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For those who want nothing less than to cruise into the sunset in style, the final layout option is Royale which comes with either an open or closed cabin option. Royale Open boasts three large benches along with retractable tables to maximize living space onboard, in addition to two bow seats and rear-facing seating. With the Royale Cabin, guests can choose between a perfectly-positioned sun pad in the aft, a double cockpit seat, or the air-conditioned cabin which is the perfect retreat during moments of inclement weather.

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Whichever layout you choose, you’re sure to have an absolute blast thanks to her top speed of 35 knots and mind-blowing flying capabilities which turn heads wherever she goes. Enata is also a great choice for children and those who suffer from seasickness thanks to her unique hydrofoils which reduce chop even when crossing other vessels’ wakes. Truly one of a kind, this visionary vessel offers a cruising experience that’s quite unlike anything else on the water.

Prices on the Foiler Flying Yacht begin at approx. US$927,000 (764,000€) delivered to Dubai, with global delivery available via sea or air cargo.