The 239-Foot Superyacht That Hosted Princess Diana in ‘The Crown’ Is Up for Constitution
You can already charter a superyacht that Princess Diana vacationed on, but now you can hire one that has hosted her fictitious counterpart, too.
The 239-footer featured in the sixth and final season of The Crown has been listed for charter with Burgess. Christened Titania, the vessel was delivered by Lürssen in 2006 and has undergone two major makeovers in the subsequent years. As a result, she is looking fresher than ever in Netflix’s critically acclaimed series.
The final season of The Crown depicts the last moments of Lady Di’s life before her untimely death, including her highly publicized trip to Saint-Tropez, France. In episode one of season six, Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) takes a vacation with her two sons, Prince William (Rufus Kampa) and Prince Harry (Fflyn Edwards), where they stay on a yacht belonging to her partner’s billionaire father. Titania is the spit of Mohamed Al-Fayed’s Codecasa superyacht Bash and acts as the backdrop for several pivotal scenes.
Designed by naval architect Espen Øino, Titania is geared toward indoor-outdoor living. The light and airy interior is fit for, well, royalty, with ample space for entertaining and relaxing. The yacht can sleep up to 12 guests across seven cabins, including not one but two breathtaking owner’s suites, a VIP cabin, and four doubles. Each room comes with a beautifully appointed marble bathroom and the latest entertainment systems for those Netflix binge sessions.
As you might expect, Titania is also full to the brim with glitzy amenities, such as a beach club, a pool, a sauna, a massage room with an onboard masseuse, a beauty salon with a beautician, a gym with a personal trainer, a Jacuzzi with a swim-up bar, and a skylounge with a drop-down cinema. Guests will be kept in the lap of luxury, too, with a crew of 21 at their beck and call.
Burgess bills itself as the “go-to yacht brokerage for television and film.” Indeed, yachts from the Burgess fleet have been featured in Murder on the Orient Express, Succession, Justice League, and James Bond, to name but a few notable titles. Few vessels will make you feel like a bona fide blueblood like Titania, though.
Titania is available for winter charters in the Caribbean and Bahamas (from $615,000 per week) or summer charters in the Mediterranean (from $649,000).
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Source: Robb Report