You can rent the James Bond villain's 'floating lair' from 'Casino Royale' - for about $72,000 a week. Take a look inside the sleek yacht.
- A yacht, named Casino Royale, was featured in the 2006 James Bond movie of the same name, appearing as the "floating lair" of the villain, and was subsequently named after the film.
- The yacht is a Sunseeker Predator. According to Camper & Nicholsons, it was first delivered in 2004 before being refitted in 2016.
- Over 100 feet long, the performance yacht has four cabins, one master suite, and a hot tub, per the yachting company's listing.
- It is currently being listed for charter with Camper & Nicholsons, starting at € 65,000 (or about $72,000) a week.
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Best known for its appearance in the 2006 James Bond film of the same name, the superyacht Casino Royale is currently available to be rented for € 65,000 (or around $72,000) a week via luxury yachting company Camper & Nicholsons.
According to Boss Hunting, the yacht appeared in "Casino Royale" as the "floating lair" of the movie's villain, Le Chiffre. Boat International reported in April 2017 that the yacht was listed for sale by Jochen Brill at another yacht broker, Northrop & Johnson. At the time, the asking price was just under € 4 million (or around $4.2 million).
The performance motor yacht, a Sunseeker Predator, has four cabins and one master suite, and it can accommodate up to eight guests. Requiring four crew members, the sports vessel also comes with a Jacuzzi, sunbathing areas, and numerous water toys, including paddle boards, snorkeling equipment, and water skis.
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