Tropical Island Paradise superyacht has water cascading from its volcano


If you love tropical island adventures, then the chartered 90m long ‘Tropical Island Paradise’ superyacht by Yacht Island Design is just the thing you need. Inspired by the Caribbean islands and other islands of the Indian Ocean and Polynesia, the yacht promises to be a tropical island all by itself. The yacht features a 33m beam with a draft of 8m and can hit top speeds of 15 knots. On the outside, the yacht sports a modern look, with designs that appear like “waves breaking around a volcanic island.” The main deck is designed like a private beach “cove” that sports an ocean-view swimming pool that gets water from a stream originating from a gushing waterfall located on the volcano further aft. The collection is lined with private cabanas nestled between palm trees, a bar, a communal seating area, and an alfresco dining area. The aft deck also houses a dedicated helicopter landing platform.

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The yacht also features unique deployable floating beach islands that let you enjoy water activities, sunbathing, or relax as you float on the spacious cabanas. Designed to accommodate 10 chartered guests on board, the owner’s deck is spread over two decks inside the volcano and offers stunning views over and beyond the waterfall. Behind the owner’s bedroom is his private spa and balcony. Other cabins include four VIP suites with private balconies and direct access to the main deck’s cabanas. The yacht also sports a range of onboard entertainment options, including a cinema, library, games room, and gym, alongside a well-equipped spa and several lounges that feel like tropical paradises.
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