The $400 million FLYING FOX yacht was completed in 2019 by the German shipyard Lürssen.
Flying fox is one of the biggest yachts in the world measuring in at a length of 136 meters and capable of accommodating 22 guests in addition to the 54 crew members that help with daily operations.
|136 meters (446ft)
|22 in 11 cabins
|54 in 25 cabins
|US $400 million
|Annual Running Cost:
|US $25– 40 million
FLYING FOX yacht interior
Designed by Mark Berryman, the interior of the FLYING FOX yacht features soft colors and timeless but modern furnishings.
Only the highest quality materials were used in the interior of the vessel. Up to 25 guests can be accommodated in eleven spacious guest cabins.
Each of the cabins opens onto a large deck that can be divided into private balconies using custom sliding panels. A crew of up to 55 members finds space in accommodation below deck.
The team includes former military members and even Olympians, who design custom fitness programs for the guests aboard the vessel.
FLYING FOX also has a cinema, a hospital with a decompression chamber, and a spa area of 400 square meters that stretches across two floors.
Guests can utilize a luxury sauna, a hammam, a fitness room, and a beauty salon. For even more comfort, a set of elevators takes the crew and guests from deck to deck.
FLYING FOX has a steel hull and a massive aluminum superstructure. With a length of 136 meters (446 ft), a beam of 20.5 meters (67 ft), and a draft of 5 meters (16.4 ft), she weighs in at 9,000 tons.
Powered by two MTU engines, she can achieve top speeds of 20 knots.
At a cruising speed of 15 knots, the megayacht can reach destinations more than 6500 nautical miles away.
She is equipped with the latest steering technology, which simplifies the maneuvering of the 136 meters (446 ft) long vessel.
The exterior of the FLYING FOX yacht was designed by Espen Øino, a well-known luxury yacht designer.
She features a classical yacht design with teak decks complimented by beautiful white elements.
She has an impressive 12-meter pool on the main deck, a Jacuzzi on the sundeck, two helipads, and a spacious beach club area aft of the vessel.
A great variety of toys including three jet skis, four sea bobs, and professional scuba diving equipment ensure the guests are entertained at all times.
Not to forget, the FLYING FOX has a total of seven tenders as well as an Airbus H155 helicopter.
The yacht also has its own dive center with a professional team licensed to teach deep-sea diving to those interested.
The purchase price for the FLYING FOX yacht was US $400 million in 2019. She is currently available for charter and depending on the season, a week onboard will cost close to US $3-4 million.
The annual running price of the yacht lies between US $25 and $40 million.