Health and Wellness is the fastest-growing sector in luxury tourism, with UHNW clients expecting spa-quality treatments wherever they choose to travel. So naturally, the emphasis on Superyacht Wellness spaces, that allow guests to truly disconnect from the outside world (and indulge in premium treatments) has taken centre stage.

In recent years, the overall design of Superyachts has become more and more ambitious and technologically advanced, and so have the Spas onboard. Let’s delve into 5 of the most impressive modern Superyacht wellness spaces…

Ragnar – 68.2m – 2020

Photo Courtesy Of Tom Van Oossanen

She may be a super rugged explorer, capable of reaching some of the world’s most far-flung yachting destinations, but the 68.2m Ragnar does not compromise on comfort. Amenities in the spa area include warmed benches, an ice bowl and cold bucket, sauna and steam rooms – and even a snow machine, naturally.

Tatiana – 80m – 2020

Photo Courtesy Of Erray Altay

Rather than using the aft space to store toys or feature a beach club, 80m Tatiana’s designers placed the focus on the impressive onboard Spa and wellness area. When the aft door and side terraces unfold, a full-blown wellness area is revealed, complete with sauna and steam rooms, cosy massage parlours, two pools, and two bars.

Amatasia – 85m – 2017

The amazing Superyacht Wellness Space onboard Amatasia
Photo Courtesy Of Klaus Jordan

Built for a former Olympic cyclist, the wellness centre onboard the 85m Amatasia, is a space for guests that are seeking some serious restorative treatments. With an onboard Spa manager, guests can enjoy a 12-seater Spa pool, a plunge pool chilled down to 8˚C, Hydrotherapy showers, a massage room, a steam room, and ‘Experience showers’ that offer varying temperatures and ‘aroma settings’ to stimulate certain tropical environments.

Ace – 87m – 2012 (refit in 2019)

One of the most iconic Superyacht wellness spaces onboard M/Y Ace
Photo Courtesy Of Klaus Jordan

Designed to emulate a Roman villa, decorated with hand-painted Lemon Groves, this spectacular spa features not only a sauna, spa pool and icy plunge pool, but also a full hammam and relaxing lounge. It was previously described by Superyacht Times as ‘one of the most luxurious spas that has been built into a yacht’.

La Datcha – 76.9m – 2020

Photo Courtesy Of Edmiston

Another expedition yacht that provides guests with a nourishing space after a day of exploring. It features a Finnish sauna and Hammam, as well as a unique ‘Stalagmite Ice Fountain’ and a fully equipped state-of-the-art Gym. La Datcha’s wellness space proves that even the most adventurous Superyacht owners want to unwind with bespoke treatments during their time onboard.

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