SuRi is a 208 foot long superyacht, and she is equipped with every land, sea and air toy you can possibly imagine. Her owner is investor billionaire Richard Kayne, who makes SuRi available as a charter yacht for $350,000 per week. She is an expedition yacht suitable for cold climates and adventurous journeys.
SuRi started life as a commercial vessel used for crabbing before Mr. Kayne bought her in 2007. Since then the yacht has gone through two retrofits, with the last one extending her length by 36 feet.
The yacht can accommodate twelve guests in seven luxurious staterooms, which include a spacious master, four VIPs, one double and one twin stateroom. Charter guests are looked after by a crew of 20, for almost a 2 to 1 crew to guest ratio.
The most interesting feature of SuRi is its glass-bottom media room where guests can see the underwater world without having to leave the comfort of the yacht. To further enhance the experience, SuRi has a feeding tube that allows fish food to be transported below the yacht, so there is always something to see underwater.
As a charter yacht, SuRi carries a great variety of toys and equipment on board and has been described as the ultimate toy box by many charter guests, which is one reason why she commands a premium charter price.
The list of toys is very long. The yacht has five jet skies, two seabobs, three stand up paddleboards, water ski equipment, nine surfboards of varying sizes, a wake board, SCUBA gears, three kayaks, a small sailboat, an array of inflatables including a banana, towable toys, a large water slide, electric bikes, two BMW scooters, a bunch of tenders, a sea plane, and a helicopter. Needless to say, if you can’t have fun on this boat, you must be dead.
From braving treacherous seas as a crabber on the popular TV show, Deadliest Catch, to sailing the South Pacific, SuRi has certainly led an adventurous life. And you can start your own adventure with her for only $350,000 a week.