Edmiston Launches Guide to the Worlds Finest Charter Yachts

At a star studded gala evening held at the Bulgari Hotel in London’s Knightsbridge  Edmiston, unveiled its E100 the annual list of the finest yachts available for charter around the world.
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The list is published as the yachting industry firmly comes out of the recession of the last five years, with requests for chartering picking up very strongly.
There are 37 changes to the list compared with 2013, including the latest launches, as well as established favourites which make the list because they are either unique in their class or firmly on the radar as the best yachts to charter each year.
78 of the yachts listed in the E100 are based year-round in the Mediterranean, which is proving more popular than ever as a destination for a holiday on water, while 22 are located elsewhere around the world.
The largest yacht on the list is the 90 metre Nerowhile Justeni is the smallest at 26 metres. 
Among Super yachts others featured include:

DB9 – At 52 metres, she is one of the largest sports yachts for charter. She has three swimming pools, The sun deck has an outdoor cinema while the piano lounge enables you to keep the fun indoors too. From €185,000 per week. 
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TV – With five decks, TV has huge amounts of space for guests. Her design includes a circular, fully-glazed dining conservatory, a health & beauty centre, and several vast saloons, one of which can be transformed into a media room. From €850,000 per week. 
Lady Britt – Complete with a Finnish sauna facing a side platform which lowers over the sea, a 20-piece Aqua Park and a 13-metre water slide, she is a firm favourite for families. From €445,000 per week. 
Ohana – this very powerful sloop was specifically designed to offer the thrill of fast cruising to a family. When Ohana’s towering rig is under sail the effect is incredible. The cockpit is both a dining and lounging area surrounded by retracting glass screens. From €160,000 per week. 
Suri – an expedition yacht par excellence, she comes complete with a submarine, helicopter, scuba school, fast tenders and a home cinema. From USD$375,000 per week. 
Nirvana – At 89 metres long, this is one of the most talked-about yachts in the world. The centre of the swimming platform descends to create a saltwater micro pool, while by night the jet-pool’s floor rises to create a vast dance floor. She also has a 3D cinema and exotic reptile house. From €900,000 per week. 

Edmiston’s customers are asking for newer destinations, such as the Pacific Ocean and Croatia, to charter in; better facilities than ever onboard; high-quality food prepared by Michelin-starred, chefs; exceptional service from a talented captain and crew, and larger yachts.

Despite the desire to charter off the beaten track it remains an undisputed fact that more yachts on the E100 spend time on the Cote d’Azur than in any other location in the world. 
Nicholas Edmiston, commented: “The E100 is the annual talking point of the industry. Making it onto the list is based on so much more than just size – these yachts are quite simply the finest available in their category. The list gives anyone thinking of chartering a true guide into the best yachts around.”