A First Look Inside Brand-New 122-Metre Superyacht Kismet

Kismet superyacht Cecil Wright Lurssen

With summer fast upon us, enjoy a sneak peek inside one of the most sought-after superyachts available to charter in the Mediterranean this season – and our Travel Issue cover star

With wall-to-wall sunshine, beautiful coasts and islands to explore, and an abundance of world-class hotels, restaurants and entertainment, it’s no surprise that the Côte d’Azur attracts the globe’s glitterati each summer. But with visitors descending in their droves, the elite head out to sea for the ultimate holiday of opulence and seclusion on a private yacht.

Offering a singular base, with total privacy the brand-new 122 metre Lürssen superyacht Kismet, is the newest and largest superyacht available to charter in the Mediterranean this summer.

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Kismet on the cover of the Robb Report Monaco & Côte d’Azur 2024 Travel Issue

“It’s the most elaborate yacht ever conceived and delivered,” says Chris Cecil-Wright, founder of the yacht’s central agent Cecil Wright says. “It’s available in its first year after delivery so it’s brand spanking new for charter guests, which is pretty unusual. The variety of amenities onboard is astonishing – there’s nothing and personalised service that exceeds the region’s best hotels, yacht chartering is the ultimate way to enjoy the wonders of the Mediterranean.”

Built by the renowned German shipyard Lürssen with exterior by Nuvolari Lenard and an interior design led by the Client’s family working alongside Reymond Langton Design, Kismet (formerly known as Project Jag) represents the pinnacle of what the industry has to offer.

Across six beautifully designed decks, the 122-metre superyacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in eight cabins. The pinnacle is the serene two-deck master suite with a huge bedroom, two bathrooms and dressing rooms, a magnificent skylight and fireplace, a hot tub and sunbathing area, and an office boasting panoramic views. The guest cabins are equally exquisite with comfortably furnishings and flexible configurations to suit all parties.

Wellness is a key facet of the yacht’s design she features a dedicated space on the lower deck accessible via the futuristic ‘Tron corridor’. Here, guests can indulge in rejuvenating treatments in a Balinese-inspired spa with hammam, sauna, and cryotherapy chamber. There’s also a gym and yoga studio with fold-out terraces, and hair and beauty salons.

When the Mediterranean sun hits, guests can cool off in Kismet’s three pools – choose from a large hot tub pool with waterfall feature on the top deck, a large pool with a waterfall feature and swim up bar on the pool deck aft, and a hot tub pool forward on the upper deck. And when it cools, warm up beside firepits and enjoy evenings under the stars.

When it comes to entertainment there’s array of amenities to suit everyone, including outdoor and indoor cinemas, an underwater viewing lounge and a basketball and pickleball court. For evening soirées, there’s a DJ station overhanging the bridge deck aft, a Boganyi grand piano within the upper deck and four interior bars, including a champagne bar and wine cellar room.

Gastronomy is a highlight of every charter and Kismet’s crew offer culinary options ranging from Michelin star formal dining to more casual teppanyaki-style dining experiences and pizza nights prepared in an al fresco kitchen.

And with dedicated crew of 36 plus Captain catering to a guest’s every requirement and providing three-to-one service, Kismet sets a new standard for excellence in the industry. For ultimate freedom and flexibility, she’s completed with a fleet of four tenders, a full array of water toys, and a helipad accommodating an H155 helicopter (or similar) for discreet arrivals and departures.

Kismet is available to charter with Cecil Wright from 3 million per week

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