A superyacht is always a favourite toy for the world’s wealthiest, with price-tags easily rolling into the multi-millions making for some of the most awe-inspiring vessels imaginable.
Swimming pools, jacuzzis and helipads are standard, whilst the interiors have been exquisitely designed to offer the ultimate in luxury and comfort when out at sea. We’ve rounded up some of the most unbelievable motor cruiser interiors in the world so that you can take a sneak peek inside…
Silver Fast, £60 million
The Silver Fast, designed by Espen Oeino, is a 77m aluminium motor yacht with eight guest cabins. Wood panelled veneers throughout create a chic and contemporary interior, whilst panoramic windows and skylights let you look out over the ocean. The expansive sun deck takes centre stage, boasting an impressive glass-fronted jacuzzi and outdoor cinema for evenings spent under the stars.
Galactica Star, £50 million
With the likes of Beyoncé and Jay Z taking the Galactica Star out on vacation, it’s bound to be a show-stopper. The vessel features a beautifully modern decor with sleek steel accents and glossy venetian panels throughout, offering plenty of spaces to entertain from the on-board beach club and bar to the spacious upper sundeck.
Phoenix², £113 million
The Phoenix² is a bespoke masterpiece, every element carefully designed with the owner’s passion and taste in mind. From the opulent monochromatic scheme to the bold geometric patterns, everything onboard evokes an effortlessly cool New York, art deco inspired vibe.
The formal saloon is home to a Steinway grand piano and the deluxe cinema room is decked with crushed velvet sofas, finished with broadway-style lighting and baroque sculptures - it’s a yacht that’s destined to host Gatsby-style parties.
11.11, £50 million
The 11.11 is another masterclass in art deco styling, drenched in glitz and glamour with dripping crystal chandeliers, deep mahogany oak panels and bevelled mirror ceilings. Occupants are spoilt for choice on where to spend their leisure time aboard, from the vast sundeck complete with oversized jacuzzi to the steam and massage rooms for the ultimate in relaxation.
The Axioma, £53 million
At the heart of The Axioma, the open mezzanine creates a jaw-dropping entertainment space, with a double height ceiling, glass-paned bannisters and sumptuous lounging areas, while the tasteful beach house styling is warm and welcoming. The main deck is home to an infinity pool, plus of course there’s a jacuzzi and gym on the bridge deck, or there’s the dedicated cinema room to while away the hours.
The Quinta Essentia, £32 million
The intricacy of design onboard The Quinta Essentia pulls together a magnificent decor unlike any other, with custom pieces to embody a personal yet timeless interior. The staircase that winds through the three levels is particularly striking with a metal and resin mural inlaid with real feathers and engraved glass. Four of the cabins follow the theme of the four elements - air, fire, earth and water - each with beautiful embroidered silk-on-paper for a unique finish.
Book Ends, £24 million
Designed by Frank Laupman at Omega Architects, the 47-metre Book Ends is a sublime yacht with a chic, airy decor that feels fresh and elegant alongside high, domed ceilings and accents of warm orange bringing a bold splash of signature colour. Spacious lounge areas stretch the length of the yacht, using every element of space without compromising on style.
Shaddai, est. £176 million
Inspired by contemporary architecture, the Shaddai is a unique concept created by Gabriele Teruzzi that hints at what may be to come in the future of interior yacht design. At 150m, the mega-yacht aims to embody the concept of omnipotence and interpret our innate desire to see the world from a high point - achieved here by the suspended cabin that reaches a height of 38m above the aft deck, complete with an infinity pool.
On the main deck, the glass-bottomed pool forms the ceiling for the beach club, with aquariums to divide the two halves of the vessel for a truly breathtaking interior.