Yacht Of The Week: Planet Nine.

Explorer yachts aren’t always the most aesthetically pleasing to the eye, but what they lack in looks they make up for in provisions. 

Admiral teamed up with an all-star team to bring about a new rugged yet refined voyager that has all the equipment one could need when trying to sail the globe. 

For a voyaging yacht, Planet Nine only clocks in at 73-metres but it is still sophisticated and has an abundance of equipment. 

Planet Nine weighs in at 2,100 GT, considering the fact that the aft section of the yacht is dedicated to a helicopter pad, this number is made more impressive because all the cabin space and amenities are housed near the front of the yacht. 

The helicopter pad can handle the weight of a commercially graded helicopter for unlimited adventuring when you are on board.  Combine that with a range of 6,000 nm and the limits to yacht travel you once thought existed quickly disappear. 

But if you are spending millions n a yacht you are not just worried about traversing the harshest conditions in misery. When you are on Planet Nine it is still luxury galore, guests will find a Jacuzzi and family-sized dining area. Sitting ant 15m above sea-levels, I wouldn’t be averse to waking up at the crack of dawn for a meditation session. 


The bridge deck below is dedicated for ship operations and the exclusive VIP apartment that is situated aft. The VIP suite on this deck comes with its own private balcony, when you wake up you literally go from your bed to your playground. 

Want to have a party? With the helicopter stored in its own hangar below, the helipad is free to be transformed into a dance floor wherever in the world you are. 

You can observe the party’s proceedings from the large observation lounge wrap-around windows and oversized furniture that make the perfect chillout spot. Here you will also find the cinema for those quite nights in. 

The main deck is where you can find two spectacular staterooms. The first has a large lounge and office space, perfect for those times you are hosting business partners. The second is less designed for work there are two side terraces and an en-suite bathrooms. 

When you want to go mobile in the water,there are two custom Rupert tenders are stowed on either side of the helicopter hangar.

Six additional guest suites are located on the lower deck and finished in the same high level of luxury as found anywhere else on the yacht. Also on this deck is where Planet Nine’s 26 professional crew members reside.

Planet Nine is for charter through Edmiston this summer from €650,000 per week. 




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