Yes, you really can charter under Deck Med’s new superyacht Home

When Captain Sandy Hahn and her all-new crew sail on Below Deck Season 7, they will enter uncharted territory aboard a new superyacht, Home . While cruising Malta's pristine waters, Captain Sandy worked for the first time on the 163-foot motor yacht, which Bravo describes as a "sophisticated hybrid boat" that the Below Deck medical vet found "quick to drive" More unpredictable." As the show's season seven trailer previewed, Homeland won't make it through Charter unscathed: In one clip, Captain Sandy laments that she hit something for the first time in her career, while in another The scene hints at a potential "crash" incident.

Rest assured that nothing serious happened, as Home is currently available for charter in the Caribbean, with weekly rates ranging from $245,000 to $273,000, depending on the season. Meanwhile, Home - the first diesel-electric motor yacht to appear on Below Deck - is also on the market with an asking price of just over $30.8 million. According to the listing, the superyacht was built in 2017 by Dutch shipyard Heesen and can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins and features modern "Ibiza-style" décor. Home 's many facilities include a large sun deck, Jacuzzi, swimming platform, air-conditioned gym and sky lounge.

The home can also accommodate a crew of up to 10 people. Below Deck Medicine Season 7 includes Captain Sandy, returning deckhand Mzi “Zee” Dempers from Season 6, and newcomers: Chief Stew Natasha Webb, Chef Dave White (Dave White), deckhands Raygan Tyler, Stew Natalya Scudder and Kyle Viljoen, and deckhands Storm Smith and Jason Gaskell. After Hannah Ferrier was fired midway through Season 5, Malia White cited a motorcycle accident and an upcoming test — rather than fan backlash — as reasons for her not returning for Season 7 reason. "I'm just not doing the next season," Mariah told Showbiz Cheat Sheet in May. ")

Season seven's "new ship and new department heads" may bring some challenges to Captain Sandy's "first time in Malta", but she's certainly ready to face them all head-on. The network also told viewers to expect "shocking costumes, wild nights, and some major cross-department drama," which "doesn't even cover what the charter guests will bring to the table in the new season."

As always, you can also expect romance at sea. As teased by Bravo's first look, "boatmances" will be a major talking point this season, including a flirtation between Natalya and Storm, as well as several questions about the true nature of Natasha and Dave's relationship. Romances may even occur between crew members and charter guests. Although Bravo will premiere the show on July 11, Peacock subscribers can watch new Below Deck Med Season 7 episodes a week early starting on July 4.

Fans will also be able to experience "Home" for themselves off-screen — but it will cost a lot more than their monthly cable bill.