The Most Extraordinary Boats from James Bond Movies

By Lauren Jade Hill

As the news broke that the sailing yacht ‘Regina’ from the James Bond movie Skyfall was on sale, we began to look back at the long line of breath-taking yachts that have graced the screen in these iconic movies. While Regina captured audiences in scenes with Daniel Craig, the opening sequence of The World is Not Enough, sees Pierce Brosnan in a high-speed chase down the River Thames in the Sunseeker Superhawk 34. And this is just the beginning; here’s our selection of the most extraordinary boats to have appeared alongside 007.

Regina © Engel & Völkers


Having seen the sailing yacht glide through the azure waters off of Turkey in Skyfall, many movie goers would have inevitably dreamed of owning Regina themselves; now this dream can become a reality. After being available for charter since the movie’s release in 2012, the sailing yacht is now being sold for $9.4m by Engel & Völkers Yachting. The elegant 184-foot yacht has a maximum speed of 12 knots, with six cabins affording ample space for 12 people, and outstanding amenities, including a jet ski.

Glaston Carlson CV23HT

In 1979, it was Roger Moore who starred as James Bond in Moonraker, and who sped along the Amazon River in the Glaston Carlson CV23HT speedboat with the enemy in hot pursuit. The hard-top model was one of only 300 to be made, of which only three were given its distinctive silver metal-flake finish. The scene comes to a dramatic close as James Bond manages to escape over Iguazu Falls.