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James Bond’s Soufrière Yacht from Casino Royale Can be Yours

By Adrian Prisca


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Soufrière Yacht

Even though Spectre was a massive box office hit in these last couple of months, my favorite James Bond movie featuring Daniel Craig as 007 will always be Casino Royale, as it was simply amazing! I’ve loved every single bit of this film, from the African free-running chase, to the high stakes game of poker held at Casino Royale, in which James Bond had to defeat the super cool villain Le Chiffre.

I’m a hard-core James Bond fan and to me Casino Royale was one of the best movies eve. That’s why I’m so happy to tell you that you can now own a small part of that movie, James Bond’s beautiful 54-foot Soufrière yacht, which took 007 and Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) on a romantic trip in Venice, becoming the first sailing yacht to navigate the Grand Canal in almost 300 years.

Handmade by the British boatbuilder Spirit Yachts back in 2005, specifically for Casino Royale, this classically styled yacht is the ideal toy for anyone with a fine sense of adventure.

Soufrière Yacht

Listed for just under $1 million, the Soufrière yacht is beautifully dressed with a mahogany topside and a teak deck, looking like the perfect vessel to casually cruise the seas in style. This bespoke beauty also houses a galley and a cozy saloon belowdecks, plus a double owner’s cabin towards the bow and another guest cabin aft, both of them with en-suite facilities.

You can even take your favorite fruity machine inside this vessel, in case you really want to feel exactly like a secret agent from Casino Royale, but it would probably be a lot better if you play your favorite games right on your phone at Fruity King while focusing on the unique sailing experience offered by this charming yacht.

After almost 10 years spent cruising on the seas, Soufrière has returned to Spirit Yachts last year for a new paint job and a couple of updates, like a renovated cap rail and a complete re-varnish of the vessel.

Soufrière Yacht


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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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