A 414-foot luxury yacht will be available to charter with Camper and Nicholsons beginning this summer.
The yacht, previously owned by Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen, starts at $2.2 million a week.
See inside the luxury ship, which can accommodate 12 guests and 42 crew members.

One of the world’s largest megayachts with a famed past can now be yours to charter for a week to Antarctica …

… as long as you have millions of dollars to spend and a lust for ultra luxury travel.

The Octopus, a 414-foot luxury megayacht, will be available to charter for trips around Europe, the Americas, and Antarctica beginning this summer with yacht firm Camper and Nicholsons.

The multimillion-dollar price tag may be hefty, but it’s no ordinary ship. The Octopus — one of the largest explorer yachts ever built — was previously owned by Paul Allen, the cofounder of Microsoft, Holly Overton reported for Boat International.

Source: Boat International

The Octopus’ most recent owner acquired the megaboat in 2021, Francesca Webster reported for Superyacht Times. And shortly after, it joined Camper and Nicholsons’ fleet for chartering opportunities.

Source: Superyacht Times

 

This is the first time the Octopus will be available for charter, and it’ll definitely cost you a pretty penny to sail aboard the ship: Charters start at $2.2 million per week.

The Octopus can accommodate 12 guests — whether it be friends, family, or researchers — within its 13 cabins across three decks.

These cabins include a primary suite with a private elevator and an observation deck …

… two “VIP” suites, and seven double and three twin staterooms.

To make sure everything is running smoothly, the eight-deck yacht has room for 42 crew members.

The Octopus has amenities that can be found on a luxury cruise ship, like a large swimming pool, spa and gym, library, and an observation lounge.

But with a multimillion-dollar price tag, you’d probably expect more than just the typical cruise ship amenities.

Well, you’re in luck. The Octopus also has two helipads, an aquarium with a glass bottom, a movie theater …

… a hyperbaric chamber, and a water toy collection that includes seven tenders, electric foils, and its own marina.

The typical cruiseliner and ultra-luxury yacht might …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

A 414-foot superyacht formerly owned by Paul Allen is now available to book for 7-day charters to Antarctica for $2.2 million — take a look at the vessel

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