Video – Magnificent Superyacht ‘Maltese Falcon’ in the British Virgin Islands

Filmed by yachting enthusiast Rick Moore, this video of the iconic 88m/289ft Perini Navi sailing yacht ‘Maltese Falcon’ shows her majestic silhouette cut an impressive figure against a breath taking sunset off the coast of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands.

As one of the largest, most innovative and technologically advanced sailing yachts in the world, the multi award-winning ‘Maltese Falcon’ is well-known for her outstanding pedigree. She was spotted cruising into the channel of North Sound, Virgin Gorda last year – her imposing three-mast DynaRig for which she is famed standing out spectacularly against the dusky Caribbean sky.  

Superyacht Maltese Falcon's al fresco dining area

her imposing three-mast DynaRig for which she is famed standing out spectacularly against the dusky Caribbean sky

Charter yacht 'Maltese Falcon' boatss the largest outdoor cinema on the water

Built in 2006 and refitted in 2011, luxury charter yacht ‘Maltese Falcon’ continues to amaze all that see her as well as offer the highest levels of comfort. Her innovative design and exceptional sailing performance is perfectly complimented by stylish, spacious living areas and an abundance of amenities to offer the ultimate in superyacht vacations.

Custom waterslide on 'Maltese Falcon'
Maltese Falcon's master suite with private deckStylish interior design on board superyacht 'Maltese Falcon'

Her stylish interior epitomises high quality and elegance and provides total comfort to guests with a selection of sumptuous relaxation, dining and entertainment areas is addition to accommodation for up to 12 guests in six beautiful staterooms. Outdoors, she boasts the largest open-air cinema on the water as well as a spa pool, sun pads and al fresco dining plus an extensive range of water toys to include a custom inflatable waterslide.

Sailing yacht ‘Maltese Falcon’ will be back in the Caribbean this winter and available for charter at weekly rates starting from €350,000, contact your charter broker for more details

See all yachts available for charter in the Virgin Islands.

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	As the largest of the <a href="/british-virgin-islands/british-virgin-islands-luxury-yachting-guide-1279.htm">BVI</a>&rsquo;s, Tortola is the ideal place to begin your charter itinerary of the idyllic Virgin Islands. Embark from the Village Cay Marina in Road town and enjoy a few hours relaxation, enjoying the views of the lush green backdrops and sandy beaches before hopping in the tender to explore the balmy waters of Cane Garden Bay.</p>
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	To get a feel for the many international origins that have influenced the Virgin Islands, step back in time on the St. Thomas capital of Charlotte Amalie in the <a href="/us-virgin-islands/us-virgin-islands-luxury-yachting-guide-1289.htm">US Virgin Islands</a> and explore its many important historical sites. The city is known for its striking Danish colonial architecture which combined with the strong <a href="/caribbean/caribbean-luxury-yachting-guide-1.htm">Caribbean</a> culture results in a fusion of colours, styles, restaurants and backdrops.&nbsp;</p>
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	Subtle British influences can be found throughout the British Virgin Islands and you can often see bright red London-style phone boxes punctuating the picture postcard settings. Virgin Gorda is one of the most popular superyacht destinations in the archipelago, known for its exclusive yachts clubs, safe anchorages and hidden coves that dot the coastline and are only accessible by water.&nbsp;</p>
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	A <a href="/post.htm?id=2880&amp;name=exploring-the-virgin-islands-by-megayacht-this-winter">Virgin Islands superyacht experience</a> just isn&rsquo;t complete without exploring the kaleidoscopic depths of the coral-rich Caribbean waters. There a multitude of spectacular dive sites to choose from including &lsquo;The Indians&rsquo; off the coast of Norman Island in the BVI&rsquo;s. Reputed to be the site of buried treasure from the galleon Nuestra Senora, this dramatic reef and rocky outcrop resemble an Indian headdress and are fantastic for snorkelling.</p>
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