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10 Best Charter Yacht Master Suites

Broker Vanessa Morlot at YachtZoo recommends the 205-foot Oceanco motoryacht Lady Lola: “The master suite is huge, with a his-and-her bathroom, an office, a TV room with salon and bar, and a private aft deck.”

The team at is also a fan of Lady Lola as a yacht with an ultimate master suite: “It’s not just have an owner’s suite, but an entire owner’s deck including a private salon and aft deck, all separable from the rest of the yacht’s general areas.”

Charter broker June Montagne at Northrop & Johnson likes the master suite aboard the brand-new, 177-foot Proteskan Turquoise motoryacht Leo Fun. It has a contemporary décor plus a private owner’s office.

CEO Expeditions calls the third-floor master suite aboard its 120-foot motoryacht Kayana a “skymaster,” thanks to amenities such as French doors that open onto a private deck with its own hot tub.

Broker Katie Wray at International Yacht Collection recommends the master suite aboard the 147-foot Feadship motoryacht Harle. Its oversized, vertical windows truly bring the outdoors in, allowing you to awaken with unparalleled views of anchorages in your charter destination of choice.

The team at The Sacks Group Yachting Professionals has two suggestions this week. First is Nero, the 295-foot motor yacht inspired by J. Pierpont Morgan’s Corsair. Broker Barbara Stork says: “The master suite is a complete duplex apartment. It comprises a full-beam stateroom, his and her heads, a central dressing room, and a study with 65-inch plasma TV. Private stairs lead to an observation lounge/cinema and owner’s office on the deck above, where business and pleasure can be conducted with equal discretion.”

Also recommended by The Sacks Group this week is 140-foot Westship motoryacht Monaliza, which company President Jennifer M. Saia says “has an exceptionally comfortable main-deck master stateroom. The full-beam master is a stunning showcase of different textures, stones, and exotic woods. The en suite bath includes his-and-her heads with bidets, a Jacuzzi, and a full Euro shower.”

CharterWave editor Kim Kavin has three favorite master suites to offer this week as well. First is the split-level stateroom aboard the 161-foot Trinity motoryacht Destination Fox Harb’r Too, which has 10-foot ceilings and offers panoramic views over the bow from the comfort of the king-size bed.

Another of Kim’s favorites is the master suite aboard the 170-foot Alloy sailing yacht Mondango. The rich orange, red, and brown tones are complemented by exquisite fabrics and textures unlike any Kim has seen aboard another charter yacht in a decade of covering the international industry.

Last but not least this week is the ultimate master stateroom aboard the 183-foot Benetti motoryacht Galaxy. With light woods and cream-colored fabrics, this split-level stunner feels like a full-size suite at a fine hotel.