HAVE YOU always dreamed of a luxury sailing holiday aboard a sunseeker?

A company is offering the ultimate 'luxury summer staycation' aboard a million pound superyacht on the south coast. 

West Nautical are offering residents the ultimate lavish escape aboard a 25-meter Sunseeker superyacht. 

The superyacht is available for chartered trips along the UK's south coast and has enough space to sleep up to 12 guests. 

Rather than waiting for the rest of the world to reopen, you can gain exclusive access to some of the world’s best anchorages right here in the UK from the luxury of a superyacht.

The company's charter will take guests to beautiful locations along the South Coast including the Isle of Wight, Weymouth, Torquay, the Jurassic coast, Cowes and Falmouth.

Chess is a luxury 25-meter Sunseeker superyacht and will be available for all-inclusive charters starting in Portsmouth from 28 May.  

What are the benefits of chartering a yacht?
Well, other than the obvious endless stream of Instagram content a yacht hire will give you, there are actually a lot of reasons why chartering a yacht this summer isn't such a bad idea. 

A superyacht gives you and your guests the luxury of privacy and exclusivity - you can reach more remote areas, hidden coves and have once in a lifetime experiences off the beaten track.

Chartering gives you the chance to live your Below Deck fantasies and it's true - you have the flexibility to design your own itinerary and embrace spontaneity.  

The boat has an on-board chef with more than 10 years of professional experience and will tailor all dining to the customers preferences.

Chess is also equipped with world-class water sports toys including stand up paddle boards, kayaks and a tender to take customers ashore or to visit hidden coves and beaches.  

How much does it cost?

Chess can accommodate eight guests over four cabins and up to 12 guests whilst cruising, however you'll need to make sure you've got plenty of cash to book.

The prices with West Nautical are from £5000 for a day up to seven nights for £40,000.

That does include tax, breakfast, light lunch, snacks and light tapas, hot and cold drinks, fuel for the yacht and tender, and a two-course dinner. And guests have the option to purchase alcohol on board or bring their own.