Skip to main content
19th to 21st of May 2026
19st, 20nd & 21th
MAY 2026


Renaissance, a floating dream Vigo’s shipbuilding made true

The yacht manufactured in Vigo, 112 m-long, can now be rented from the Burgess company for three million euros per week

Burgess yacht rental company has in its fleet some vessels capable of sailing to the most remote corners of the planet. This week, the brokerage agency, headquartered in London, has officially added Renaissance to its jewellery catalogue. This yacht is a kind of floating dream the Vigo’s shipyard has turned into a reality, a luxury built at Freire Shipyard took over two years of work and 700 people involved.
With its 112 meters in length, it has the merit of having been the largest yacht that has been manufactured in Spain up to date. She has just won recognition in the sector's leading media, Boat International, which describes the way her design blurs the lines between a research vessel and a luxury boat. She gets the best of both parties.
Renaissance left for Italy last month and is currently in the North of the country, in Genoa. With its official delivery, the charter company has activated its rental, with a starting price of 3 million euros per week. But the British firm has also revealed some details of the boat built and equipped in Vigo. «Renaissance will be available to rent this summer in the Mediterranean. Next winter, she will move towards the Caribbean Sea », explains Caroline Taylor, manager of Burgess charter division.
“It is a renaissance of all rental experiences,” explains Burgess about the name of the ship, which commemorates one of the cultural movements that has had the greatest impact on the history of art and science and that represents the leap between Middle Ages and the beginning of the Modern Age. “It is a temple of leisure, designed to delight its 36 guests,” he continues. Nothing less! Renaissance is the longest yacht delivered this year, only behind the Luminance (138.8 m) built at the German Lürssen shipyard, according to Boat International.
Source: La Voz de Galicia