Built in 2008 by Heesen Yachts, the 164-foot Inception is pretty much the perfect boat to charter for your next vacation. Able to accommodate 12 guests across its six cabins, the luxury yacht is a great choice for taking a family excursion or throwing the best party ever with your closest friends—especially considering the sun deck has a 12-person Jacuzzi and a quadruple sun pad.
The foredeck has a large teak terrace with its own automatic clamshell awning to keep the sun at bay, while a dining area can be found on the sun deck. At night, the entire area can be converted into an outdoor cinema for customized movie nights—though we don’t recommend screening Jaws.
Of its six suites, the large circular master cabin is certainly the most impressive. Boasting a king-sized bed that can be rotated to face the television or the wall of windows, this suite includes its own private sun terrace and infinity pool. There is also a VIP cabin, which has an unfolding balcony big enough for dining or sunbathing, as well as three doubles, and one twin suite. If a few extra guests show up to stay the night, there are a couple pull-out beds to accommodate them.
Of course, no luxury yacht would be complete without a full set of water toys. Included with Inception’s charter are three tenders: a 38’ Intrepid sport fishing boat, 25’ Novurania diesel tender, and a 4.5m Narwhal rescue boat. There are also four Yamaha VX Deluxe jet skis, two Seabobs, a FlyBoard, kite surfer, windsurfer, several wake and paddle boards, water skis, and snorkeling and fishing gear. For onboard exercise, you’ll find yoga mats, free weights, a fitness bench, and exercise bikes.
Chartered through Edmiston, Inception costs $250,000 a week during summer’s low season and $280,000 per week during its high.