ROMEA Motor yacht for charter

  • Length: 81.8m (268.3ft)
  • 12 guests in 6 cabins
  • Built: 2015 (refitted 2021), Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Rate from (per week)
EUR 1,100,000

Step aboard the award-winning RoMEA and sail through your itinerary in exquisite comfort and complete relaxation.

At anchor
Sun deck forward jacuzzi
Sun deck forward jacuzzi
Bridge deck aft loungers
Bridge deck aft seating area
Upper deck aft seating and dining area
Upper deck aft seating and dining area
Main deck lounge
Main deck dining room
Sky lounge
Sky lounge
Owner's deck forward master cabin
Owner's deck private office
Main deck forward VIP cabin
Main deck port double cabin
Main deck starboard double cabin
Main deck port twin cabin
Guest bathroom
Beach club lounge
Bridge deck massage room
Bridge deck spa
Stern view
  • Recently refitted
  • Spa facilities: sauna, hammam, treatment room
  • Beach club at sea level
  • Private master deck
  • Fully equipped gym
  • 10m Werft Meyer limo tender
  • Outdoor cinema screen
  • Elevator serving lower to bridge decks
  • Jacuzzi on the sun deck
  • Zero speed stabilisers to reduce any rolling motion while at anchor



Step aboard the award-winning RoMEA and sail through your itinerary in exquisite comfort and complete relaxation.

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In the mornings after yoga on the sun deck and breakfast on the upper deck aft, the deck crew have the watertoys ready, all the tow toys for thrills, plenty of underwater kit and waverunners to race around on the surface. For a more relaxing experience, stand up paddleboards and a sailing dinghy.

After a snack lunch on the main deck aft, head up to the sun deck. Always a family favourite, this one has a raised jacuzzi forward surrounded by sun pads for lazy days under the sun. Aft is a lounge area with optional shade for late afternoons with a good book and a bar to serve up sundowners.

The bridge deck is all about pampering with a large massage and spa area and a beauty salon for hair, make-up and treatments. After your session relax on sun lounge or sun pads aft with a herbal tea as you take in the views or share stories with friends. When you're ready for more pampering, take the elevator down to the beach club with sauna, jacuzzi, rain shower and media room.

For entertainment evenings, meet outside in the upper deck sun lounge with a cocktail as the sun sets. Then dine on the chef's finest dishes in the open air before taking your digestif in the convivial sky lounge where a baby grand piano provides a soundtrack to the evening's entertainment.

For the most important celebrations, start the evening with an aperitif in the main deck aft lounge before moving through to the dining room with its Japanese Urushi lacquered table adding to the theatre. After a spectacular gastronomic feast created by Head Chef Alexander Frey, adjourn to the lounge and continue the conversational fun or drop the blinds, roll down the movie screen and settle in to watch the action with surround sound.

When it's time to dream of the amazing day ahead, the huge master suite enjoys panoramic views from the upper deck forward. The suite also includes a children's cabin with twin berths and a third pullman berth, making her well suited to young families. The rest of the party will head to the main deck where there is a full beam VIP suite forward with large windows to take in the morning views, two double cabins, a twin cabin and another twin cabin with a pullman berth.

ROMEA will give you a holiday you'll never forget and a treasure trove of lifelong memories. What are you waiting for?

Specification & rates
Summer cruising East Mediterranean EUR 1,100,000/EUR 1,100,000 per week (low/high)
Winter cruising South East Asia & Indian Ocean EUR 1,100,000/EUR 1,100,000 per week (low/high)
Built 2015 (refitted 2021), Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Length 81.8m (268.3ft)
Guests 12
No. of guest cabins 6
Crew 25
Beam 12.6m (41.3ft)
Draft 3.5m (11.5ft)
Gross tonnage 2,312
Maximum speed 17 knots
Cruising speed 13 knots
Cabin types 6 (4 × double, 2 × twin, 2 × additional berths)
Engines 2 × 2,100hp Caterpillar
Tenders & toys

Tenders & toys

  • 1 × Limousine tender
  • 2 × Tenders
  • 1 × Sailing dinghy
  • 1 × Deck jacuzzi
  • Waterslide
  • RYA training centre for jetskis & waverunners
  • 2 × Waverunners
  • 2 × Stand up jetskis
  • 2 × SeaBobs
  • 4 × Kayaks
  • 2 × Stand up paddleboards
  • Wakeboard
  • Kneeboard
  • Windsurfer
  • Waterskis
  • Inflatable tows
  • Scuba diving equipment
  • Fishing gear
  • Snorkelling gear
Fitness & wellness


  • Beauty salon
  • Hammam/Steam room
  • Massage room
  • Sauna
Deck plans
Sun, bridge and upper decks
Main and lower deck
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