Let’s face it. Yacht’s are known for their elegance and it comes with that super-luxurious factor. If you think the outside of a yacht is unbelievable one can only imagine the interiors. The bathroom is that one space where a lot of attention is given to design & detail. Yacht bathrooms feature some of the most beautiful and innovative interior designs. Yachting Pages, the world’s leading super yacht directory lists their top three super yacht bathrooms. Here’s a look at the top three.
3 – M/Y Sea Owl
Measuring 203.41 ft this 6 cabin super yacht was built by Feadship in Netherlands and the credit of her design goes to Andrew Winch. Winch worked closely with the owner and his family to create stunning interiors centered around the family’s taste and style. For the children, the decor is inspired from fairy tales like a pirate themed room and a cabin with scenes from Alice in Wonderland, while the adult cabins have a more sophisticated and regal look. Coming to the bathroom, one cannot but marvel at its beauty. You can clearly tell it has taken its inspiration from the sea with its sea creatures mosaic tiling complemented in grey tones of marble. Even the tap fixtures are in the shape of fish. The deep soaking tab and shower cubicle with views of the ocean makes this a truly elegant yet relaxed space.
2 – M/Y Savannah – Feadship
This custom yacht was built in 2015 by Feadship with its interior design by CG Design and exterior styling by Feadship & CG Design. Measuring 273.95 ft, the yacht sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 rooms, including a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom and 4 double cabins. It has multiple swimming pools and an underwater lounge. The bathroom is a work of art. The use of glass is incredibly impressive and the the marble finish throughout gives the space a clean, modern yet luxurious feel. The notable feature though is the expanse of space it exudes thanks to the glass all over and that when combined with the light reflecting of it, gives the sink and cupboards an almost transparent look. We must also mention that the M/Y Savannah has bagged many an award for its design and style.
1- M/Y Coral Ocean – Lürssen
Bannenberg & Rowell is responsible for the yacht’s beautiful design. It looks like a luxurious Polynesian beach house and sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 rooms, including a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. The yacht is decorated in natural materials such as wood, rough marble and shells, and superbly enhanced with an extensive collection of African and Polynesian art. Charming touches such as the use of pearlescent shells as drawer handles on the bedside cabinets, sea shells on taps, and decorative feathers from the ancient Inca period gives it a luxury African safari lodge slash beach house look. Each cabin has a different color theme and its own en-suite bathroom. The bathroom is done up in warm shades of brown and beige with a tub and shower. Truly a luxurious space indeed.