The Flying Fox is the world’s largest and most expensive charter vessel. It costs 3 million euros ($4,513,035 AUD) every week to charter the ship.
The 136-meter Flying Fox was built specifically for it down to the last millimeter. Flying Fox charters are provided by the superyacht charter business Imperial.
According to Imperial, she has a “dove grey hull,” a “22.5m broad beam,” and a “curvy and spectacular exterior design” that together provide an extraordinarily cozy and eye-catching living area.
11 staterooms on the Flying Fox can accommodate up to 25 passengers, and each one has a terrace with ocean views. A 55-person team and a movie theater are also present.