When choosing a yacht to charter or to buy, one must consider the facilities and the order of their importance. Your watery palace must, after all, be fit for a king (and queen), and getting wet and wild is normally high up on the tick list. The sea is great fun for a while, but getting salty all the time isn’t for everyone, which means a pool is a must if you’re really going to enjoy your holiday. With this in mind we’ve put together a list of our favourite superyacht swimming pools, for us all to drool over.
We’re a bit biased when it comes to SAVANNAH because she’s one of our all-time favourite yachts anyway, but there is no denying that her pool is absolutely breathtaking. Built by Feadship in 2015 and designed by CG Design, every element of this vessel has been created with luxury in mind, and the pool stretches almost the entire length of the aft-deck.
This 2013 Lurssen designed by Nuvolari-Lenard was a must have for the list. Between the infinity pool, the pool spa and the seemingly endless sunbathing space, we’d definitely be occupied all day. Heaven.
You’d never get bored of the view whilst going for a dip in the beautiful pool on SERENITY’s sundeck. This 40m Mondomarine creates the perfect place to relax in a paradise of your own choosing.
Having a 15m superyacht swimming pool means you can actually go for a proper swim, and this one also has a secret feature… The bottom rises right up to floor level, meaning you can either create a kid-friendly paddling pool or a killer dance floor if raised entirely. A multifunctional dream for any savvy yacht owner.
ALFA NERO, built by OceanCo in 2007, was one of the first to have a big ‘feature’ superyacht swimming pool, and arguably set the trend in motion. Like ECLIPSE it has a raisable floor making it ideal for outside dancing, but also, in this case, the perfect helipad. So this yacht has a great pool, space to get your groove on and a spot for your helicopter. Does it get more perfect?
This 2017 Benetti is one of the loveliest boats to hit the water this year and her 10m pool is one to be envied. With plenty of space to relax in the sun and take a quick dip to cool off, this spot on the stern sits just in front of the main saloon who’s sliding doors give guests the best of being both inside and out.
Of course if you haven’t got space for your own pool you could always get one of these bad boys: