Superyachts are super, to begin with, hence the name. But even in a humongous superyacht, the little things are what make all the difference. These details are what make them exclusive and cost more to charter compared to the typical costs of around $150,000 a week. Benetti, an Italian shipbuilding company, has built a new superyacht called Lana that’s more than 300 feet long and easily costs about $2 million a week to vacation on. That’s indicative of all the mind-boggling features on gets to enjoy while vacationing on Lana. This Benetti-built superyacht is the perfect vessel to explore the seven seas between the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean and further with its spa, beach club, and opulent interiors.
The more than 300 feet long Yana will be available for charter for about $2 million a week can hold 12 guests and 31 crew members.
Lana superyacht makes comfort a top priority and holds several massage treatment rooms for wet massage, hammam, and spaces like a steam room.
The main deck dining room is a more formal area for special occasions and sit-down dinners.
There are eight VIP guest rooms on the superyacht which are spacious, with their own stylish color schemes and modern interiors.
The eighth room on the yacht is the master cabin that’s the most luxuriously spaced bedroom on board. Opulent interiors include ceiling to floor windows, wall to wall carpets, ample seating areas, and a soothing color scheme.
Lana aims to keep its guests entertained with a cinema room that boasts a movie screen and an up-to-date sound system.