Below Deck, now in it’s third season has had three different super yachts. The yachts typically rents for thousands of dollars a week. The 2015 Below Deck yacht, the Eros charters for about $200,000 a week in the summer months. The Below Deck charter guests, however, get a deal. They can charter the Eros for about $35,000 a week.

The Honor, was in Season One of Below Deck. It didn’t return for a second season, because it was also sold.

Below Deck Honor Yacht Video Tour

The cast from Below Deck Season 1. Photo courtesy of BravoTV

 

Honor Yacht Tour Part I

 

Honor Yacht Tour Part II

 

Honor Yacht Tour Part III

 

Below Deck 2014 Cast

Cast for Season 2 of Below Deck

The Ohana was the second yacht on Below Deck. The yacht did not return for a second season because it was sold. That yacht is now called the Rhino.

The yacht looks very different from its appearance on Below Deck. The interior is now more modern and chic. But for old time’s sake, below you can see what the Honor looked like when it was on Below Deck, Season 1. According to SuperYacht, the Ohana is now named the Rhino is it’s available for charter guests to rent in the New England area.

 

 

Ohana Yacht Tour Part I

 

Ohana Yacht Tour Part II

 

Ohana Yacht Tour Part III

 

BELOW DECK -- Season:3 -- Pictured: (l-r) Don Abenante , Emil Kotze, Kate Chastain, Eddie Lucas, Lee Rosbach, Amy Johnson, Leon Walker, Raquel Bartlow, Connie Arias -- (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/Bravo)

BELOW DECK — Season:3 — Pictured: (l-r) Don Abenante , Emil Kotze, Kate Chastain, Eddie Lucas, Lee Rosbach, Amy Johnson, Leon Walker, Raquel Bartlow, Connie Arias — (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/Bravo)

The Eros, a 161-foot luxury super yacht ┬áreplaced the Ohana for episodes that are airing in 2015. Like the other ships, the Eros as a pseudonym for the yacht’s real name. The Eros’ real name is Mustang Sally. It’s even more impressive than the other ships. Take a look inside.

 

 

Eros Yacht Tour Part I

 

Eros Yacht Tour Part II

 

 

 

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