If you were paying attention back in 2012, you probably know that Regina, the yacht used in the James Bond film Skyfall, was for sale. At the time, the 183-foot vessel was being sold for €11 million (around USD $14 million at the time) and could be chartered for weekly jaunts for around €50,000 per week. Five years later, and the Bond superyacht is back on the market.
Priced at €8.85 million, or around USD $9.3 million, the boat is being sold by Engel & Völkers Yachting, and is every bit as luxurious as its price tag suggests. Built in 2011, Regina features a 31-foot-wide teak deck along with classic touches such as clear mahogany wood and white lacquered surfaces.
Inside the six en-suite cabins, passengers will find sophisticated design details such as solid onyx sinks and flooring, Afyon Marble walls and headboards emphasized by solid pieces of honey mousse onyx columns. The master bedroom stretches across the full beam of the boat and boasts its own walk-in closet.
Regina’s deck also features a wet bar, espresso makers and large-screen 3D television. Guests can lay out on the flat-bed sun lounger or enjoy an al fresco dinner at the 12-person table. With dual engines and 12,270 square feet of Doyle Sails, the yacht has a cruising speed of 12 knots. When you’re ready to get your heart rate up, the yacht also comes with water skis, canoes, jet skis and snorkeling gear.
In the main salon, outfitted with high-grade sapele mahogany (an African timber), a large circular dining table and sofas sit in front of a white Baby Grand Piano. Regina is staffed by a crew of nine and no request is too grand for this Bond team.