Over the last few years, we have seen some big changes to our tourism industry.  In 2021 and 2022 we saw record numbers of people from all walks of life flocking to the State of Maine.  Many of these people were trying their best to make up for the lost leisure time they had in 2020.

Speaking of 2020, though...  That summer brought us something we had never really seen before.  During the Summer of 2020, we saw a fleet of super yachts cruising up and down our rugged coastline.  Sure, the uber wealthy had brought their yachts to Maine before, but never in those kind of numbers.

It appears that trend may be here to stay -  at least for another year or so.

If, over the last few years, you have spotted one of these multi-million dollar boats cruising off the coast of Maine or have seen one docked at our marinas, you may be wondering what it would be like to vacation on board one.  You've probably also wondered how much it would cost for a super yacht vacation.

We have the answer!

You can actually live that "Below Decks" life, if you can afford to spend about a million bucks week!

According to Only In Your State, a company called Moran Yacht & Ship charters super yachts.

Kismet, one of the yachts in their fleet, was spotted numerous times off the coast of Maine during the summer of 2020.

The yacht, owned by the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team, is 312' long, 45' wide, and cruises at 17 knots.  It has seven luxurious cabins and sleeps 12.  It has a crew of 28.  The ship features a 4-deck tall atrium with an elevator.  If the elevator is not your thing you can play "Titanic" and take the grand staircase.  It has three dining / lounge areas, and a pool that is illuminated  by colored lights.

Of course, the biggest attraction is that it moves.  Don't like the scenery?  Just cruise down the coast a little.  It's basically a floating boutique  resort.

Check out the video of the yacht:

You want to charter her for a week?  That'll run about $1.2 million.  Hey, living the good life (the REALLY good life) doesn't come cheap.  For more info click HERE

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