Imperial is chartering a new superyacht.
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  • Imperial, a luxury yacht broker, is chartering a new superyacht called Lana that's more than 300 feet (91 metres) long and comes with a spa and a beach club.
  • The vessel, which can hold up to 12 guests and 31 crew members, will be available for charter, or private reservations, starting in the spring.
  • It typically costs around $150,000 (R2.5 million) a week to charter a luxurious superyacht for a week, per CNBC.
  • Take a look inside the superyacht that costs about $2 million (R33.8 million) a week to vacation on.
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    Benetti, an Italian shipbuilding company, has built a new superyacht, and it's more than 300 feet (91 metres) long.
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    While there are no official criteria to categorise a yacht as a superyacht, Bill Springer, Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Ocean Home, wrote for Forbes that "all superyachts are opulent enough to be equipped with an object that represents the epitome of luxury."
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    This particular superyacht, known as Lana, will be available for charter for about $2 million (R33.8 million) a week beginning in the spring.
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    This is more than the cost of a typical week-long superyacht rental, which can come to about $150,000 (R2.5 million), per CNBC. Kismet, the 312-foot (95 metres) superyacht that Beyonce and Jay-Z traveled on in 2018, costs about $1.3 million (R22 million) per week.
    Kismet Yacht on December 7, 2018, in Miami, Florida.
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    It features amenities like a gym, a spa, and a helicopter landing pad.
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    Clusters of couches and chairs are spread out on Lana's decks for groups to hang out.
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    The sun deck comes with a heated pool that's about nine yards long.
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    The same deck has a dining room seats about 12 people.
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    Sculptures that decorate the yacht's interior mimic the flow of the ocean, according to the company website.
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    Lana holds 12 total guests per trip who can stay in one of the eight suites aboard the ship.
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    Seven of them are referred to as VIP guest rooms, and each room has its own colour scheme.
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    The eighth room is a master suite.
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    This is the ship's beach club, which is an entertainment area with a waterfront.
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    Lana also features a cinema room with a movie screen and a sound system.
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    The spa includes multiple treatment spaces like a steam room and massage area.
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    On the main deck, there's another large dining room ...
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    ... and more lounging space.
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