The five best superyachts to rent for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar

Get ready for the ultimate international soccer tournament. Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar Jr, Erling Haaland and the crème de la crème of football will lace up their boots and represent their home country in Qatar from November 18 to December 18 at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. And the best place to stay and partying might just be a superyacht.

A peninsula jutting into the Persian Gulf, Qatar is surrounded by beaches and scorched by the scorching sun, and the list of things to do and see is long. Fifty years ago, its capital Doha was a small pearl fishing enclave, but in the 1970s it became the capital of the newly independent state of Qatar.

For the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the current Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, has invested A$320 billion in additional infrastructure, stadiums and accommodation to host the event and expects which he boosts 24.7 billion Australian dollars for the Qatari. economy.

This year’s tournament will be filled with firsts. This is the first time in history that the FIFA World Cup will be held in the Middle East and the first time that all the stadiums will be so close to each other, which will make it not only feasible but quite easy to see two games in one day.

Offering modern marinas and moorings for superyachts up to 60 meters, Doha has been a popular charter destination for 15 years. The Emir himself is the proud owner of Al Lusail, a 123-metre, AU$727 million superyacht built by Lürssen.

So whether you’re traveling with a large group or just a few close friends, here are some of the best superyachts for charter if you’re planning on attending the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Tranquility, 91.5m Oceanco

From 1,100,000 USD (about A$1,636,000) per week

With interiors drawn by renowned designer Andrew Winch, Tranquility was named Yacht of the Year at the 2014 World Superyacht Awards and is the ultimate yacht charter to witness the most exciting football tournament. The capacity of 22 guests in 11 luxurious bedrooms means that a larger group can comfortably stay on board.

The interior’s subtle oriental influences are compelling and Travertine Velluto marble, gold leaf, bleached oak and wenge wood details complement the sophisticated interiors. Two expansive salons provide ample space for guests to relax and bring friends on board to be looked after by a crew of 31.

Tranquility | Source: Camper and Nicholson

Ornate murals adorn the walls, and gorgeous, sparkling chandeliers will make you and your guests feel like you’ve just stepped into a chic Parisian apartment. An indulgent 121 square meter wellness area with a Finnish sauna, steam room, experiential showers, plunge pool and massage and treatment room awaits to rejuvenate guests as the FIFA Cup final approaches. world.

On the enormous upper deck, a 23-metre plunge pool takes center stage while sunbathing and seating areas make guests feel welcome. The two Jacuzzis and outdoor bar make the huge upper deck a great place to socialize or reminisce about that missed penalty. Getting to the games is as easy as stepping on one of the two touch pads if you wish, and the owner’s suite includes its own completely private Jacuzzi.

Tranquility is available for hire through Camper and Nicholsons.

Talisman C, 70.5m Proteksan Turquoise

From $567,000 USD (about A$839,000) per week

Designed from the start of her life to provide the ultimate luxury experiences for families or groups, this elegant superyacht will exceed your expectations with her thoughtful layout, sophisticated interior design and superb selection of onboard amenities and experiences. Up to 12 guests can sleep comfortably in six luxury bedrooms and are looked after by a friendly and professional staff of 19.

High above, removable canopies shade an insulated day bed in the ‘crow’s nest’, the perfect place to start your first morning of World Cup excitement with an espresso. Head down to the terrace and escape the midday sun with a soak in the huge Jacuzzi, then enjoy lunch in the shaded alfresco area or order a delicious cocktail from the bar. A 1.27 meter screen is available for you to watch the cup finals or previous matches from the comfort of the yacht if you wish.

Talisman C | Source: Burgess

The aft upper deck has loungers and daybeds for that midday siesta, while another huge TV and games room will keep the kids busy while you prepare to head to the stadium to catch a game. The main deck features a generously sized saloon and a very well-equipped gym. The formal dining room on this deck and the saloon are spectacular spaces. There’s even a masseuse and beautician on board to make sure you feel your best during your stay.

Make the most of your charter to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar by taking some of the fun water toys for a spin. A Novurania Chase 23 dinghy will make disembarking easier and a Super Air Nautique 230 Nautical Ski is perfect for waterskiing. The lavish full-width owner’s suite includes a split-level bathroom, walk-in closet and even a portside library that doubles as a wellness center.

Talisman C is available for charter with Burgess Yachts.

Saluzi, 69m Austal Yachts

480,000 USD (approximately 714,000 AUD) per week

Saluzi was designed by Miami-based Luiz de Basto, and once you see its multicolored lights, two hot tubs, beautiful beach club with plenty of water toys, and the open-air cinema on the top deck, you understand why it is one of the most desirable yachts to charter for an amazing FIFA World Cup experience.

The elegant formal dining room is fit for a queen; lacquered surfaces and glossy interiors come alive after dark as the area transforms into a professional karaoke lounge. There are three chefs on board to make every meal unforgettable and a 296 square meter deck is every entertainer’s dream.

saluzi | Source: Camper and Nicholsons

Two full-time spa therapists offer a range of treatments and experiences and after a few treatments it’s time to invite other football fans on board to sing some national anthems. Up to 150 guests can board the Saluzi when docked and the neon-lit interiors are the perfect place to sing and dance the night away.

You will be well rested and relaxed after spending the night in one of the two master suites with private balconies. A huge capacity of 32 guests in 16 gorgeous suites is more than enough for a larger group and a helpful crew of 34. It is available for hire for the FIFA World Cup with Camper and Nicholsons.

Sapphire Ocean, 41m Rodriguez

EUR€190,000 (approximately AUD282,000) per week

A uniquely designed aluminum superstructure gives this superyacht, built by French shipyard Rodriguez, a true marina presence. Her extensive range of onboard amenities and experienced, friendly and accommodating crew will make your FIFA World Cup experience one you will never forget.

Designed by legendary British architect Lord Norman Foster, who drew up the plans for the London Gherkin and the Yacht Club of Monaco, Ocean Sapphire’s distinctive arched line from foredeck to aft makes her one of the world’s finest yachts. most sought after for charter if you like to look good while experiencing the ultimate in luxury yachting.

Ocean Sapphire | Source: Balthazar Yachting

A full-width master suite with a king-size bed is positioned on the main deck with a magnificent view of the foredeck. Spacious accommodation for 12 people in six superb bedrooms means you and your fellow supporters will sleep very well. A high quality teak deck indicates an authentically built vessel and teak stairs from the waterline to the sun deck provide ease of access to all levels and are a distinctly eye-catching design feature.

The interior decoration is as daring as the exteriors. Jewel tones against plenty of comfortable cream salons and seating areas combine with comfortable shag carpets to give the yacht a sophisticated and modern appeal. If the onboard Jacuzzi and gym aren’t enough to satisfy your need for activity between games, there are jet skis, snorkeling gear and a range of other toys for family and friends . Just be sure to register with the Qatari Coast Guard before taking a ride on a jet ski or other pleasure craft.

Legend, 35m Sunseeker

€215,000 (approximately AUD 319,000) per week

The first thing to know about this sleek and stylish yacht is that the party is on the foredeck. The Legend was designed for socializing, with a large, indulgent club-style space on the foredeck that includes a hot tub and several lounge chairs. This yacht can accommodate 12 guests in five suites hosted by five crew members. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows either side of the main salon mean the interiors have excellent views and are flooded with light during the day.

The seven meter beam is very well used and there are plenty of places to sit and relax or catch some sun. This yacht is definitely a good choice for those looking for a memorable deck experience. Legend’s versatility means guests won’t be stuck on things to do on non-game days.

Legend | Source: Balthazar Yachting

A deep ‘V’ hull helps the 35m Sunseeker achieve incredible seakeeping and her impressive top speed of 26 knots makes her an exciting opportunity to show off on the open sea.

A huge master suite on the main deck offers privacy and accessibility, while two queen suites and two double suites on the lower deck are all en-suite and ready to impress guests with their light color palettes and fittings. luxurious. Legend is available for charter for the 2022 FIFA World Cup from Balthazar Yachting.

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