5 Cool Superyachts That Have Visited Malta in the Last 10 Years


November 30, 2021

5 Cool Superyachts That Have Visited Malta in the Last 10 Years

The Maltese Islands are known for their azure waters and for this reason, many yacht and sailing boat owners decide to venture and explore its waters, especially in the hot summer months. 

Throughout the years, Malta has been visited by several superyachts that leave people amazed by their size, luxury, and overall beauty. Yachting.mt, Malta’s freshest yacht broker and charter service, brings you 5 cool superyachts that have explored the Maltese azure waters in the last 10 years.

The Maltese Falcon

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It would not make sense to write an article of some of the most majestic vessels that sailed within Maltese waters, without mentioning the Maltese Falcon. The Maltese Falcon is a new class of yacht. Its revolutionary sailing system, called the Falcon Rig, includes 3 self-standing and rotating masts hosting 15 sails for a total sail area of 2,400 square meters. The Maltese Falcon was also awarded the Superyacht World Trophy.

What makes Maltese Falcon special?

  • Full gym
  • Water skis, snorkeling gear and 6 full sets of diving gear
  • Outdoor cinema
  • Jet Skis, SeaBobs and Kayaks


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Serene is an award-winning motor yacht that was built by Fincantieri in Italy within their Muggiano shipyard. The yacht, which has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 24 guests in 12 suites comprising one VIP cabin, made its way to Malta back in 2015, leaving local onlookers absolutely amazed. Serene is also capable of carrying up to 62 crew onboard that together ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

What makes Serene special?

  • Sundeck featuring a wet bar, pizza oven and Teppanyaki grill
  • Two helicopter pads
  • Health spa and beach club
  • Indoor climbing wall

Size: 20th largest in the world


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Another yacht that turned heads was HORIZONS III, previously known as Martha Ann. The luxury mega yacht accommodates 12 guests in 5 cabins. She features modern lines, with a contemporary feel despite its classic influence. Boasting just about every yacht feature imaginable, her dark blue hull merged with her size make her one of the world’s most impressive yachts.

What makes HORIZONS III special?

  • Gym & exercise equipment
  • Jacuzzi on deck
  • Assorted water toys such as waterskis, sailing dinghy and more
  • Seabob & snorkeling gear

Golden Odyssey

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Built in 2015, the majestic Golden Odyssey visited Malta in 2020. With a beam of 20m and a draft of 5.1m, she has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. The motor yacht can host several guests in cabins boasting an interior design by Alberto Pinto. Guests sailing on the Golden  Odyssey can make use of several amenities such as swimming pools, spa and gym. A helipad also sits comfortably on one of its decks.

What makes Golden Odyssey special?

  • Helipad access
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa & beach club
  • Gym & elevators

Size: 25th largest in the world


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Known as the yacht of Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovich, Eclipse visited Malta more than a few times. Being one of the largest private yachts in the world, it has an estimated value of $1.5 billion. The luxury yacht boasts two helipads, three launch boats, two swimming pools, a nightclub, a hair salon, a cinema and a restaurant.

What makes Eclipse special?

  • 3 helicopters & 2 helipads
  • A disco hall
  • Three man submarines
  • Several hot tubs

Size: Third largest in the world

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