Mega yachts come equipped with many unique amenities, such as a spa, swimming pool, cinema room and more. Just use your imagination, and that amenity likely exists on a superyacht somewhere! Today, we look at mega yachts for sale that come with a helipad – a safe place to land or get jet-set off somewhere off the beaten track! Have a look below.
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#1 303′ 2″ Nobiskrug Mega Yacht TATOOSH features two helipads
Jointly listed for sale with Matt Emerson of Burgess and Stuart Larsen of Fraser Yachts, one of the world’s most famous superyachts, the 303′ 2″ mega yacht TATOOSH, has not just one, but two helipads! The yacht was built by renowned shipyard Nobiskrug, and is now located in Marseille, France.
The mega yacht was launched and delivered in 2000, with her last refit done in 2021 and has been exquisitely maintained under her current owner. With five decks and a gross tonnage of 3,229, she has an enormous amount of living space. Mentioned above, the mega yacht’s two helidecks even have refueling capabilities! Amenities abound aboard the Nobiskrug TATOOSH, with the main deck aft being the place to be for entertainment. The area sports a heated pool with contraflow jets and a floor that levels to become a dancefloor for the ultimate in fun at night. The lower deck boasts a large beach club that offers easy access to the water and also features a Jacuzzi, a bar, a sauna, as well as a “diving lobby” with a terrace on the sea. Her yacht interior was designed by the well-known Terence Disdale, and accommodates 19 guests in 11 luxurious staterooms. Guests are looked after by 31 yacht crew who will offer the best in service and safety. Forward on the main deck is the owner’s suite that features an intimate lounge, and his-and-hers dressing rooms that are connected by the en suite. There is also a private office to port, and two children’s cabins aft – this area can be entirely closed off to form an apartment. The space also features a separate beauty salon and a private staircase to the boat deck. Overall, this superyacht impresses and is ready for a new owner.
Contact the broker to schedule a private viewing and to learn more about this incredible mega yacht with two helipads.
#2 300′ 3″ Oceanco Mega Yacht TRANQUILITY features a helipad certified for Airbus EC-135 or Equivalent
For sale with Rupert Nelson and Mark Woodmansey of Burgess, the incredible 300′ 3″ mega yacht TRANQUILITY features a helipad that is certified for an Airbus EC-135 or equivalent.
Located in Croatia, her entire outdoor decks are vast, and feature an abundance of space for entertainment, relaxation and taking in the stunning panoramic views. Her upper deck sports a 215 square foot pool and a massive sun lounging area just aft of the helipad. A large beach club is located on the lower deck and features a bar and entire lounging area with direct access to an indoor wellness area that has a gym with a terrace on the sea, a beauty salon, sauna, Hammam, plunge pool, and showers. Nothing is lacking on this astonishing vessel. The Oceanco mega yacht TRANQUILITY was built to PYC (Passenger Yacht Code) with a gross tonnage of 2,998 and can accommodate up to 36 guests on board during the day. For actual sleep accommodations, she can house 18-22 guests in 9-11 suites. The master suite is located on the upper deck, and features a large lounge with an office, with private exterior door that leads to a deck area with a Jacuzzi. The VIP is located on the bridge deck, with the rest of the staterooms are located on the main deck, and include two further VIPs, one that can be converted to two doubles, and an additional two doubles, and two twins.
There is so much more to learn about this amazing mega yacht with a helipad certified for Airbus EC-135; simply contact the yacht broker for more information or to schedule a showing.
#3 290′ 5″ Pride Mega Yachts ILLUSION PLUS features a touch-and-go helipad
Jointly listed for sale with Mark Woodmansey of Burgess, and Jan Jaap Minnema of Fraser, the 290′ 5″ mega yacht ILLUSION PLUS built by Pride Mega Yachts, features a touch-and-go helipad among many other amenities.
Other incredible features include a beauty salon and wellness spa with a sauna, a Hammam and massage room, as well as a gym and a fully dedicated cinema room. Her outdoor spaces are just as impressive, and features two Jacuzzis, numerous al fresco dining options, lounge areas, and a large ocean lounge beach club. Four out of the six decks are connected by an elevator for easier access for guests. In addition to her high-performance capabilities and sleek exterior, her interior spaces designed by Sinot Yacht Design, are remarkable, with an impressive, 50-foot beam. Generous interior areas include four lounges and two dining rooms. The whole inside is flooded with natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows and a double height atrium that links the main and upper deck areas. Accommodations are for 12 guests, and include two VIP suites and a striking 80sqm owner’s suite located on its own deck. The private area features a full-beam space with 180-degree panoramic windows and a skylight, an office space and a private deck area forward.
There is so much more to know about this spectacular superyacht with touch-and-go helipad; contact the yacht brokers for further information and to schedule a viewing.
#4 280′ 7″ Mega Yacht SUNRAYS with a helipad
The epic 2010 Oceanco superyacht is easily recognizable by her bright teal hull and sleek exterior lines that were designed by the late Bjorn Johannson. Major features include four Jacuzzis, a cinema, gym, and massage room. Her interior was designed by Terence Disdale who created a tasteful space with various hues throughout the vessel. Built to the highest of standards as one would expect from the Dutch shipyard, she offers accommodations for up to 18 guests in 9 staterooms, which are accessible by a central elevator. Included in the accommodations are an incredible three VIP suites. Substantial areas for living include a full-beam lounge a large dining area that can be converted to a video conferencing room. Located on the bridge deck, is a spa and lounge that can double as a cinema; the aft deck features a Jacuzzi and a bar, and the impressive sun deck has a a semi enclosed air-conditioned area separating the forward spa area from the aft sun-bed lounge deck. Here, you can find a gym that is fully equipped. The vessel has been impeccably maintained be her single owner since her launch, and she underwent a refit in 2018 that has kept her in like-new condition.
Contact the brokers for even more information on this impressive superyacht with a helipad, and to schedule a showing.
#5 262′ 6″ Yachtley Mega Yacht ELEMENTS with a large, forward helipad
For sale with Arne Ploch of Camper & Nicholsons, the 262′ 6″ mega yacht ELEMENTS was built by Yachtley in 2019. This mega yacht for sale features a large, forward helipad.
The impressive superyacht features a bevy of amenities including an infinity pool just aft of the helipad that offers stunning panoramic views. Yachtley ELEMENTS is sprawled over four decks, and is able to accommodate 24 guests with plenty of dedicated guest areas designed for entertainment and relaxation. As the highlight of the mega yacht, an ocean-side beach club features a large sunbathing platform and a bar with stunning glass detailing. The beach club also features a massage room, a Turkish bath, a bar, and a powder room. The fully-custom built yacht is compliant to Llyod’s Register and SOLAS. An elegant interior was designed by Cristiano Gatoo and is finished with fine detailing including materials such as marble, etched glass, back-lit onyx, gold, silver, and mother-of-pearl inlays. The heart of the yacht is the main deck salon, which is a natural gathering place for guests; instead of offering one large area, the space is divided into several smaller conversation areas.
There is so much more to learn about this incredible superyacht with a large, forward helipad; simply contact the broker for more information and to schedule a viewing.
*The term “mega yacht” refers to yachts 70m+, in this case, a term mostly used in the US; Europe refers to such yachts as “superyachts”. Both terms are interchangeable.