Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has given the world a look inside his luxury mega yacht, which is currently on the market for $46 million.
If that sounds out of your budget, the 203-foot yacht Flag is also available to charter at a cost of about $402,000 to $444,000 per week for summer cruising in the Mediterranean and about $450,000 to $476,000 per week for winter cruising in the Caribbean.
For those of us who can only imagine what it is like to be able to afford that level of luxury, American content creator Enes Yilmazer has given us a sneak peek.
Yilmazer was invited aboard Flag for four days in the Bahamas and in a 51-minute YouTube video has given fans a detailed look at the yacht Hilfiger previously described as his “most prized possession”.
“I was chartering yachts for many years,” the fashion icon told Yilmazer.
“My friend built a yacht and the yacht was pretty fantastic, so I bought it. It was called Faith before and now I changed it to Flag.
“The reason I changed it to Flag is because my logo of my company is a red, white and blue flag and actually because of my company I was able to buy the yacht.”
The yacht, built in 2000 by Feadship and bought by Hilfiger in 2017, has four decks and seven guest cabins.
It is advertised to sleep 12 guests for charter, but in the sale listing, Flag is said to comfortably sleep 18 guests. There is a 17-person crew.
Hilfiger said he had “done a lot” to the yacht, including a “new galley, new tenders, new toys”.
His wife, Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger, said her favorite thing to do was swim and snorkel.
“And then I love all the toys, I love the e-foils and the jetskis. I like water skiing and I love all the sports and activities,” she said.
According to listing brokerage Burgess, the yacht comes with a water slide, trampoline, aqua park, kayaks, waterskis, a wakeboard and kneeboard, two jetskis, two SeaBobs, scuba diving equipment, and fishing and snorkeling gear.
There is also gym equipment, a jacuzzi and pool on-board.
“We’re also foodies,” Hilfiger said, describing the chef on-board as “amazing, on another level”.
The Hilfigers’ master cabin includes a kingsized bed, study, two bathrooms with heated stone floors, and a walk-in wardrobe.
Yilmazer also interviewed Bea, Flag’s second stewardess, about the crew’s cabins.
She explained each member of the crew shares with another person.
“So our shifts work, when we have guests on board, we work 13 hours a day with a two-hour rest,” Bea said.
“Then we always have different times of breaks so we’ll have the cabin for ourself.”