When selecting a yacht for your next holiday, some charter guests place emphasis on an interior design they would like to see in a yacht. This is not surprising, as there are numerous yachts with award-winning interiors created by famous designers. Want to see what imagination without limits can conjure up? Then take a look at these 10 incredible luxury charter yacht interiors.
Multi-award winning luxury yacht SAVANNAH changed superyacht design forever when she was launched in 2015, becoming the world’s first hybrid yacht with a radiant contemporary interior from CG Design. Her LED TV hallway and Nemo lounge particularly impressed judges, as did her circular lounge with starry galaxy ceiling and a formal dining area that opens up to the main deck aft swimming pool. Her 12 guests accommodated over six en-suite cabins also received the benefit of reduced noise and vibration for a comfortable night’s rest.
British studio Winch Design has produced a few of the interiors on this list, and their latest is arguably their most impressive yet: 111.5m/365.10ft Lürssen mega yacht TIS has period French interiors spanning the reigns of Louis XIV to Louis XVIII. Calacatta Vogli marble and gold leaf is used throughout, the most stunning example being the spa with bas relief lemon grove with golden lemons on the ceiling. Fireplaces and bookcases are perfectly integrated into the finely panelled walls and you might even forget that you are on board a yacht as you relax and entertain in the palatial setting. The accommodation sleeps 18 guests across nine en-suite cabins, who will wake every day to comprehensive spa and entertainment facilities and an exhaustive list of water toys ready for fun on the water.
At first glance you’ll feel as though you’re stepping back in time when you board Lürssen superyacht AMADEA, but integrated into her luscious 18th Century interiors from Zuretti Interior Design is the very latest in modern entertainment and comfort. A wine cellar and humidor are placed beside the beach club and conference room for convenience, the main salon has a hand-painted Pleyel grand piano, and another piano can be found in the Owner’s private lounge. The top deck formal dining area is the highlight of the already impressive surroundings and places planters beside the full-height windows and waterfall features as chandeliers hang from the beams of the transparent ceiling for an unforgettable dining experience, in the sunshine or under the stars.
The grand styling onboard 95.2m/312.4ft Lürssen luxury yacht KISMET has elements of Asian and Classical design, but overall she is unmistakably art deco. Her strong, masculine interiors from Reymond Langton Design treat guests to a piano lounge with a fireplace, a cinema, beauty salon and a private deck for the Owner. The accommodation provides seven en-suite cabins for up to 12 guests, who also have a basketball court, DJ station, Jacuzzi and pool to make the most of life outdoors.
Lürssen motor yacht SOLANDGE has interiors by Aileen Rodriguez the use gold leaf on the ceiling to complement the honey onyx stone and back-lit amethyst wall panels, while more subtle touches include rose quartz in the chandeliers. A Bechtenstein piano will play though your dinners and entertain long into the night, and as guests head to the stair case to return to one of the eight beautiful en-suite cabins, they will pass by the illuminated Tree of Life sculpture, the artistic highlight on board.
Andrew Winch produced the exceptional interiors aboard M/Y PHOENIX 2, which pay homage to art deco with a sophisticated palette of black, ivory and gold. The cinema and spa deck with beauty salon will see plenty of use from all 12 guests, however the salons and formal dining area will be the hub for casual gatherings and memorable soirees thanks to the ambiance created by the incredible wall mural and grand piano. Attention has been given even to the tiniest details, and the spiral staircase is as much a work of art as the phoenix sculpture acting as a figurehead.
You’ll immediately known when superyacht SALUZI pulls into port with the turquoise and fuchsia seahorse decorating her starboard hull and superstructure, but the true wonder is on board: A beach club with spa massage facilities, a casino table, karaoke systems in the large lounge and dining area, plus an outdoor cinema. DeBasto Designs gave her invigorating ‘life of the party’ looks, with rainbow lighting and normal white light in the salon to suit the warm wooden panelling and primary-coloured accents. The accommodation is for 32 guests over 16 cabins, ensuring that the celebration moves with you and no one is left behind.
Francesco Paszkowski worked with Margherita Casprini to complete the interiors aboard awards-winning 72m/236.3ft motor yacht SOLO, and the result is sophisticated metallic grey surroundings complemented by dark wood furnishings and mirror-like surfaces. The skylounge is one of the social hubs and has a baby grand piano and a fireplace creating an intimate environment ready to host any social event, from a gathering with family and friends to an after party following the Cannes Film Festival or one of the sensational regattas at Porto Cervo. On board beauty salon and spa massage services, a hammam and sauna provide more than a little indulgence to prepare the 12 guests for any occasion.
Launched in 2019 from Yachtley shipyard, renowned designer Cristiano Gatto left his mark on the interiors of 80m/262.6ft superyacht ELEMENTS with a stately classic design in pastel colours that create brilliant bright rooms that will awe at any social event. Back-lit wall panels in semi-precious stones and a selection of top quality marbles complement the lacquer work on the tables. Every inch on board has received this attention to detail, such as the sparkling white tile hammam and beach club, the golf leaf on the ceiling of the Gentleman’s club and the mirrored ceilings and columns in the cavernous Master suite. The accommodation consists of 12 en-suite cabins to sleep 24 guests, who have wheelchair-friendly access to all spaces on board.
CRN luxury yacht ODYSSEY III was known as 74m/242.9ft CLOUD 9 at the time of her launch and won Best Layout (50-82m) at the World Yachts Trophies 2017 and the Motor Yacht (Over 200ft) category at the Robb Report 2018. The inviting interiors from Winch Design use champagne-coloured wooden panelling and delicate patterns and textures in the matching carpets and curtains to subtle effect. The warm and cool blues match the colour of the sea and sky for which she was named, and additional accents in silver in the artwork match with the silverware in the intimate formal dining area. The beach club has an espresso bar, there is an indoor and outdoor cinema and a Teppanyaki bar on board among the fantastic amenities for the 12 guests – accommodated over eight sizeable en-suite cabins – to relish while cruising from one end of the Mediterranean to the other.