Continuing their summer ritual – Beyoncé, Jay Z, and kids are soaking the European sun onboard the $200 million megayacht Faith – Longer than a football field, the vessel has a 30 feet glass bottom pool with a waterfall, a snow room, and a beach club.

Via - Charterworld and Instagram / Beyonce

Queen Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z were spotted at their annual superyacht escapade off the coast of Croatia. The couple replaced celeb-favorite megayacht Flying Fox (owned by sanctioned Oligarch Dmitry Kamenshchik) with superyacht Faith. The well-equipped luxury vessel is worth $200 million and perfect for the musical power couple that boasts a combined net worth of $1.5 billion. Moreover, impressing someone who has seen the best of the world from Hawaii, Italy, to Thailand is no small task. After enjoying world-famous pleasure crafts such as Lana, and the mammoth Flying Fox, the Single Ladies star was seen enjoying superyacht Faith with her family and staff in tow. Let’s take a closer look at the fantastic 317-feet Faith:

Via Charterworld

Music royalty Beyoncé and bae Jay-Z indulge in some TLC aboard the $200 million Faith megayacht:
Feadship’s Faith is a multi-award-winning yacht with interiors by British designer RWD. This Feadship beast, delivered in 2017, remains one of the most popular charter platforms for the world’s wealthiest people. Initially known as Vertigo, the 317-footer is designed for entertaining. With a massive interior volume of 2,999 GT, this motoryacht effortlessly takes care of 18 guests in 9 cabins serviced by an exceptional crew of 32.

The master bedroom.Via Charterworld

Faith was home to Beyoncé and Jay, their three kids, and entourage, including bodyguards and nannies who comfortably settled in a massive master suite with its own private deck, two VIP suites, four doubles, and two convertible rooms.

There is a snow room and it comes with a view.Via Charterworld

There is a ton of stuff to do onboard for a family. While the kids go nuts in the snow room or on the games deck, their folks can sweat it out at the fabulous indoor gym on the sun deck and rejuvenate in the massage room or the large hammam. The most fun is to be had with a vast arsenal of the latest Feadship tenders that covers it all from waterskis, a sea bob, wakeboards, kayaks, and a ski boat.

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The onboard Hammam.Via Charterworld

Food is imperative on a family vacation, and the discerning owner of the Faith ship realizes that having equipped the $200 million ship with three gifted and versatile chefs, a wood-fired pizza oven, charcoal BBQ, and bar on the sun deck, wine cellar, and a complete beach BBQ set-up, per Burgess Yachts. What’s some family fun sans movie time?

The onboard beachclub.Via Charterworld

Queen B and her brood would have enjoyed some classics at the chic and spacious cinema or sports on the sun deck’s outdoor TV screen. Retiring into the night is just as enticing in an utterly private owner’s deck flanked with a fireplace inside and fire pit outside.

The sun deck.Via Charterworld

There is a separate lounge boasting a home cinema and skylight for stargazing. On the other hand, guests unwind in well-appointed VIP suites on the main deck and four spacious double cabins.

The exterior firepit.Via Charterworld

Every deck is connected with an elevator, making maneuvering on this massive 317-footer easy. Faith displays a plethora of world-class amenities such as a helideck and hangar for a Bell 429 WLG helicopter, a glass-bottomed pool with a waterfall, several Jacuzzis, and the most spacious and striking fold-out beach club.

The bridge dining area.Via Charterworld

In addition to opening a world of luxury, the vessel boasts robust performance owing to twin MTU engines. She cruises at 15 knots and can reach a top speed of 17 knots. Canadian businessman Lawrence Stroll’s Faith can be chartered for a staggering $1.3 million a week in the summer and $1.5 million weekly in winters.

Flying Fox.Via Charterworld

Last year they chartered the 450-feet luxury vessel Flying Fox for $3.4 million a week:
Beyoncé and Jay-Z splurged nearly $4 million a week to mark the occasion of her 40th birthday. The A-listers enjoyed several amenities aboard the six-decker megayacht, like a two-deck spa, professional dive center, helipads, and cryotherapy center. Flying Fox is equipped with a 400 sq.-meter spa pool divided into hot and cold zones by a retractable wall. In March, Russian billionaire Dmitry Kamenshchik’s $455 million superyacht was docked in Port Don Diego.

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Beyonce celebrated her 40th birthday on the Flying Fox. Instagram / Beyonce.Charterworld

The potential seizure of Flying Fox created a lot of buzz as, for the first time; the U.S. had extended its reach beyond its territorial waters to capture the asset of a sanctioned Russian billionaire. The United States government had requested that the government of the Dominican Republic capture the vessel. They even engaged the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) to carry out a probe of the luxury boat. They left, instructing the Dominican government not to allow the yacht to leave.

Lawrence Stroll. Via – Youtube / Screengrab. Charterworld

Faith superyacht owner is Canadian businessman Lawrence Stroll:
Stroll, a 63-year-old Canadian billionaire worth $2.9 billion, owes most of his wealth to being part-owner of the Aston Martin F1 Team and selling his Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors shares. His encounter with fashion started very early in life as Stroll’s father brought Pierre Cardin fashion wear and Ralph Lauren clothing to Canada. The Jewish son of a fashion importer is not only the owner of an F1 Team and the Canadian race car circuit Circuit Mont-Tremblant but also an avid collector of vintage Ferraris. He created a record-of-sorts by purchasing the most expensive car in the world- a Ferrari 250 GTO worth $70 million per SCMP.

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