If this 33-metre Sunseeker Predator looks a little familiar, that's because almost definitely is.

Fans of the James Bond franchise are sure to recall this luxury sports motor yacht from the world-famous British spy's 2006 outing in Casino Royale, after which this vessel is subsequently named.

The luxury yacht was filmed on location in the Bahamas and made an appearance as villain Le Chiffre's floating lair.

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Sporting triple 16-cylinder MTU V16 2000 engines capable of propelling the sleek beauty to a maximum speed of 45 knots, the narrow-hulled yacht exudes gracefulness and poise in the water at any speed.

Despite its athletic physique, Casino Royale has an impressive 2.7 metres of headroom in the main salon, as well as a sumptuous lounging space with alfresco dining area and huge sunpad. For those looking to stay out of the saltwater, a Jacuzzi is placed on the forward deck surrounded by an impressively generous space for relaxing.

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Sleeping eight guests across four elegant cabins, Casino Royale has an en suite marble bathroom and television for each room. The decadent master suite features the finest leathers and marble furnishings and includes a study, a bathroom with a full-size bathtub and shower, and a walk-in wardrobe.

For those looking to make a splash, an arsenal of watersports equipment is primed and ready for use, including a Sea-Doo, paddleboards, water skis and dive gear.

Casino Royale is available for charter through Camper & Nicholsons in the Western Mediterranean for €65,000 per week.

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