Take a look at the 367-foot superyacht ‘Renaissance’ owned by Gary Klesch. Once earning less than $10,000 a year, he now owns this $200 million vessel. It features an entire deck dedicated to wellness, a cinema, a massive swimming pool, and even a sushi bar.


The Renaissance Yacht is a 367-foot sailing masterpiece launched in 2023 by the Spanish shipyard Freire. True to its name, which means ‘rebirth’ in French, this yacht signifies the revival of good times. It provides a secluded, luxurious retreat for yacht enthusiasts, billionaires, tech moguls, music icons, and Hollywood celebrities, far from the prying eyes of the paparazzi. Indeed, the real star is the superyacht itself, not its illustrious guests. Despite being one of the newest, largest, and most lavish yachts in the world, it is not inaccessible.


The Renaissance Yacht is available for charter at a staggering $3.2 million per week. This price may seem exorbitant, but it pales in comparison to the yacht’s extraordinary features and seemingly limitless amenities. The era of the Renaissance is upon us, and it’s a spectacle to behold.


Ravishing and robust, Renaissance Yacht-
The superyacht represented by Burgess for charter, invites seafarers to indulge in unparalleled luxury aboard this $200 million vessel. Spanning six decks, it offers a myriad of dining, relaxation, and entertainment options. Culinary delights include a sushi bar, an outdoor pizza oven, and two barbecues.

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The dining room.

The double-height dining room on the main deck sets the stage for formal events. The pleasure craft sleeps up to 36 guests in 19 cabins but the owner’s deck takes pride of place in the beautiful boat.

The master cabin. Source – Boat International

This section could be a mini boat inside a boat with a humongous cabin (646 sqft stateroom), separate his-and-hers bathrooms, a media room, and a lounge. Its spacious private terrace, complete with a six-person Jacuzzi and ample seating, is perfect for enjoying breathtaking views.

The master bedroom.

The private deck is so spacious it can host a dinner party for 12 people. The cinema, slightly larger, accommodates up to 19 guests in a luxurious setting with comfortable sofas, recliners, and ambient lighting.

The outdoor deck

The yacht also includes an outdoor cinema, reminiscent of old-school drive-in theaters, but set in a remote, serene location. For those who prefer aquatic activities, the beach club is an irresistible attraction.

The onboard spa.

Described by Burgess as a ‘destination in itself,’ it features a stylish bar, waterside dining, and lateral-opening terraces.

The outdoor pool

The 33-foot-long and 16-foot-wide swimming pool is another highlight, rivaled only by the wellness deck, which includes a sauna, steam room, hot and cold plunge pools, a spacious gym, and a unique ballet bar with a mirror.

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With a helipad, an array of custom toys and tenders, the $200 million Renaissance Yacht offers an unrivaled charter experience, making its $3.2 million weekly rate seem almost reasonable.

A Gary Klesch with his wife Anita. Via Facebook / @Mayo Clinic

Meet rags to riches billionaire A Gary Klesch
Anglo-American entrepreneur A. Gary Klesch owns the magnificent $200 million superyacht Renaissance. The 76-year-old founder of the Klesch Group, a global industrial company based in Geneva, Switzerland, was not born into wealth. His journey began as a margin clerk at Paine Webber in Cleveland, earning a modest $10,000 annually. He rapidly climbed the success ladder, becoming a partner at McDonald & Company at 24, one of the largest regional investment banking firms in the United States at the time.

Klesch groups refinery in Germany.

Established in 1990, the Klesch Group has interests in metals, mining, oil and gas, power generation, and chemicals, operating in over 15 countries with an estimated revenue of around 5 billion dollars. Klesch’s personal net worth, estimated at around $1 billion, per Superyachtfan, is aptly symbolized by the Renaissance Yacht, a beacon of maritime luxury.

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