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The Most Impressive Superyacht Beach Clubs in the Business

Written By: Naomi Chadderton

Designing a superyacht is no easy feat. From lighting and cabin space to furniture, materials, artwork and accessories, there are 101 factors to consider. First things first? The beach club.

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Perhaps more important than ever before, the leisure space at a yacht’s stern, otherwise known as its beach club, has recently catapulted its way to the top of the list of priorities for superyacht owners who, alongside their designers and superyacht builders, are placing more emphasis on being close to the ocean than ever before.

From terraces complete with sea views to heavenly wellness centres, these seven slick superyachts are taking beach club design to a whole new level.


As one of the newest yachts on the charter market, built just last year in 2021, the 64.76m superyacht Resilience was certainly designed with entertaining in mind. Brainchild of Enrico Gobbi and the Team 4 Design team, it’s home to two serene pools, one of which is located on the main deck aft with steps that lead down to the swim platform. Here the stern door folds down to sea level, creating an extremely sleek beach club with its own lounge complete with Murano glass bar.

An ideal setting to have a drink or two while waiting for your crew to swing around one of the Castoldi tenders, jet skis or many other water toys, it also makes for both a comfortable and stylish spot to laze away the day. On a wellness break? Resilience also comes complete with gym, Turkish bath and sea-view massage room on the lower deck.

Resilience beach club

A popular charter yacht since her inception back in 2008, the Abeking & Rasmussen-built B2 is a first-class vessel in every regard complete with fully-equipped gym, massage room and elevator to all decks.  Yet while her most impressive feature is perhaps her glass-bottomed pool which is located to aft on the main deck, what lies below it is one of the most stylish beach clubs on board a charter yacht which, with fold-down balconies port and starboard and the influx of light through the pool above, is bathed in rippled sunshine. Designed to be welcoming, she also has access to a whole host of advanced water toys – a strong selling point for any guest.

B2 beach club

Taking the seaside resort philosophy to a whole new level, the Benetti Oasis 40m deck is as grand as they come. In fact, so successful is the superyacht’s design that she won a prize in the DNA Paris Design Award for its interior design, which was led by the team at Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture.

Flowing seamlessly from the cabin, the aft deck offers uninterrupted 270-degree views of the glistening ocean which is possible thanks to the pair of fold-down bulwarks that create free-flowing additional space. Guests will also find an integrated pool as part of the deck, which sits alongside loungers and a sun pad, making it one of the comfiest beach clubs to laze about on in style. If the sun gets too much for you, there’s also a partially-shaded space in which to recline.

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Discreet sliding glass doors to keep the beach club cool, even on a scorching hot day? Check. Fully fitted bar? Check. White marble steam room inspired by the Turkish Hammams? Check. Everything about O’Ptasia’s serene beach club screams good times, right down to the generous swim platform with additional section that raises and lowers for easy access to the sea. But that’s hardly surprising seeing as her design was masterminded by the renowned Studio Vafiadis. Ideal for all weathers, whether you want full access to O’Ptasia’s array of water toys or simply want to relax on your sunbed with a freshly-mixed smoothie, this is the place to do it.

Read O'Ptasia's full yacht profile here . 

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When Tatiana’s owner briefed Bilgin about the design of his new superyacht, the beach club was the first port of call. “They spend a significant part of summer on board so it was vital the yacht had generous socialising areas including a huge spa and beach club,” explains Tugba Sengun, marketing director of Bilgin Yachts. Created in collaboration with Antalya-based Unique Yacht Design, the team did just that.

Unusually placed on the lower deck in the middle of the yacht, Tatiana’s beach club is home to a stunning swimming pool complete with a special heating system that allows it to be enjoyed all year round. Its clear glass sliding doors allow for a sea view even in cold weather, with one opening up to a massage room and the other leading outside where sunbeds await.

Rather impressively, the beach club is also directly connected to the main saloon via a dramatic staircase and features a second pool – the two sit one above the other with the main deck pool boasting a glass bottom, allowing guests to see their friends and family swimming from below. Elsewhere, a fully-equipped gym with sauna on the portside lower deck and large movie theatre seal the deal.

Tatiana beach club

When Golden Yachts unveiled is 95 metre charter yacht O’Pari back in 2020, it’s clear that the Greek yacht builder used its experience gained from the 13 vessels conducted before her to really outdo itself. Once more drafting in esteemed partner Studio Vafiadis to work its magic on her design scheme, she comes complete with huge longitudinal swimming pool on the bridge aft deck, touch-and-go helipad on the foredeck, forward jacuzzi on the sundeck plus outdoor cinema where guests can relax at the end of the day with a screening of the latest films under starlight.

Perhaps most impressive though is her multi-faceted beach club which has been painstakingly designed with guest enjoyment in mind. Here guests can relax with a treatment in the massage room, dry Finnish sauna or Turkish Hammam, with easy access to both the main and spa pools. Surrounded by sliding glazings, the lounge creates the feeling of being outside yet in the comfort of air conditioning, while a louvre-style ladder leads guests into the water below.

Read the full O'Pari yacht profile here .

OPari beach club


If you’re after a luxury wellness charter, the 91.5m Oceanco superyacht Tranquility could be just the ticket. Not only is her impressive lower deck wellness area home to a sauna, a hammam and massage room to name a few, but at 42 square metres, her open-plan beach club comes complete with bathing platform, fully-equipped bar and indoor lounge area that is the perfect chillout haven.

A generous and welcoming space, it also serves as the gateway through which guests embark when the yacht is at-anchor and from here they have direct access to the generous toy and dive store from the beach club and swim platform, as well as the aforementioned wellness area and its 64 square metre spa and 57 square metre gym. Whether you choose to fold out her balcony to starboard and roll out your yoga mat or pull up a sun lounger onto her bathing platform before cooling off in the sea, it doesn’t get more zen than this.

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The Best Superyacht Beach Clubs For Easy Access To The Water

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The entertaining sundeck , comfortable bow seating, aft deck al fresco dining, and cozy main salon get all the attention on a yacht. But let’s not forget the humble beach club — a platform along the waterline between the port and starboard staircases.

A superyacht beach club is more than a place to swim and splash around, it’s an additional socializing and entertainment area. Often called the swim platform or transom garage, some yachts capitalize on this space to offer lounges, dining, a wet bar, gym, or spa. And boy, does it pay off. Beach clubs add a noticeable boost of luxury to the yacht. Whether you’re keen to transform your yacht’s garage or seeking a yacht with an established swim platform — we found 5 superyachts with the best beach clubs. Let’s get the party started.

1. ABBRACCI | 180′ Heesen 2011

ABBRACCI | 180' Heesen 2011 beach club

At 180 feet long, a yacht such as ABBRACCI is going to make the most of every available onboard space. The transom door swings down to open over the water creating a massive swim platform. At anchor, this platform can be configured to the owner’s preference. 

When all of the water toys are removed from the garage, the area can be converted into an enormous covered beach club complete with a cedar-finished sauna and day head. It boasts enough space for umbrellas, chairs, or even a dining table.

Contact Denison yacht broker Thom Conboy to inquire about ABBRACCI.

2. CHESELLA | 124′ Amels 1983

CHESELLA | 124' Amels 1983 beach club

We already know that CHESELLA has one of the best sundeck setups, but she also boasts an expansive brand new beach club. The transom door drops down to form a bathing platform on the lower deck.

Guests can access the water with ease or relax on the loungers at the water’s edge. CHESELLA also has a selection of water toys, which include a wave runner jet ski, diving equipment, fishing gear, and stand-up paddleboards. The beach club has showers for you to rinse off the salt when you’re done playing in the ocean.

Contact Denison yacht broker Mike Burke to inquire about CHESELLA.

3. SWEET EMOCEAN | 116′ Azimut 2009

SWEET EMOCEAN | 116' Azimut 2009

SWEET EMOCEAN is a Denison yacht charter that offers all the fun amenities you want as a guest. The garage can be converted into a gym or a beach club, depending on the mood of the day. Hop on the stationary bike in the morning with a view of the water, then host a day party with music, food, drinks, and floats for the water. Now that sounds like an epic yacht charter.

Contact a Denison charter broker to book SWEET EMOCEAN for your next vacation.

4. ZARANIA | 105′ Numarine 2020

ZARANIA | 105' Numarine 2020 beach club

ZARANIA is a Denison yacht charter with all the best amenities. Across this Numarine yacht, you’ll find sun pads, a hot tub, a gym, sundeck, and a Portuguese bridge. But the beach club is where you’ll find us. The garage door opens down to create an expansive swim platform.

The air-conditioned beach club is equipped with a head, shower, sofa, and deck chairs. During a luxury yacht charter, the crew will set this up for you so that you can relax by the water and easily jump in when it’s time to cool off.

Contact a Denison charter broker to book ZARANIA for your next vacation.

5. 60′ Van der Valk 2022

60' Van der Valk 2022

Van der Valk, the Dutch shipbuilder , knows how much owners love a good beach club. So they created the BeachClub range that offers a completely new way of using the space on a smaller yacht. 

The Van der Valk BeachClub 660 offers a 14 square meter smart swim platform that hosts the engine room underneath, opening up space for a big beach club. Sliding glass doors open into a lower salon and galley blanketed by natural light with windows across the hull and aft doors. Created in partnership with Cor D Rover design, this beautiful aft-cabin always stops people in their tracks.

Contact Denison yacht broker Will Noftsinger to inquire about the Van der Valk BeachClub 660.

While some beach clubs are better than others, if it’s an important feature, let your yacht broker know. They can set you up with an impressive yacht with an even more impressive beach club. Contact a Denison yacht broker to find a featured yacht for sale. Contact a Denison charter broker  to book a luxury yacht charter that has the best entertainment spaces.

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The best and finest models of luxury yachts have decks that allow more proximity to the water, simulating (almost perfectly) a beach ambiance. There are different types of beach clubs adapted for various yachts models. Many of them have details and workmanship in wood – or other materials more suited to the contact with water. One of the best examples is the beach club inserted in the Aquila’s yacht model (formerly Cakewalk), which has bars, lounges and an easy access to the spa, made in a beautiful wood finishing.

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Perhaps few beach clubs are as refined as the one of the Aquijo model (which is simply the largest ketch-type boat manufactured in the world), manufactured by Oceanco. This super-yacht has a space that functions as a true beach bar, with a beautiful whirlpool and a fantastic sauna. The ambient illumination is guaranteed by a magnificent skylight, ensuring that the sun will be your best travel companion.

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If there’s an artwork made by Riva, it’s definitely the Excellence V luxury yacht , which has a beach club that is a real masterpiece. With a large space of 60 meters, it has a private bar that, with the opening of a side door, guarantees more space for lounge chairs with intense sunlight, which makes it perfect for sunbathing.

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Another excellent example is the Royal Denship’s Pegasus VIII , which has a beach club that’s a true veranda. With 78 meters, it’s one of the larger beach clubs. It’s more than enough for an incredible panoramic view and the perfect place to enjoy with family and/or friends.

Regardless of the model and the general characteristics of a beach club, the most important is the space’s ability to offer comfort, safety and convenience while providing a typical beach setting. Beach clubs with more space, favoring of natural lighting and accessibility should be at the top of the list. The good news is that, with the great competitiveness in this luxury market, your “job” will be to choose between the great and the excellent.

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Nearly a decade ago, the stern of a superyacht wasn’t utilised for anything more than a temporary storage space for kayaks or diving equipment, it’s now been transformed to a stylish space for charter guests to relax and unwind. Beach clubs create an additional space for relaxing, dining, swimming – in fact, they enable guests to be as close to the water whilst still surrounded in total luxury. Our charter team have rounded up five amazing beach clubs within our charter fleet.

Launched by Sanlorenzo in 2017, the award-winning, 52m superyacht features a huge beach club that many other charterers will lust after. Think fold-down balconies, sauna, gym, and a glass ceiling looking upward to the yacht’s swimming pool. And for that James Bond touch, the centre section can lower and flood to allow tenders to drive right in.

Imagine yourself here with an ice-cold drink and the warm summer sunshine on you, it might just make for one of the most perfect moments during a yacht charter vacation.


Built by Sunseeker in 2014, this 47m yacht offers a huge amount of living space with over her three decks. With five generously sized cabins, the main salon and dining room, a sky lounge, an upper sun deck and an impressive beach club she makes an incredible yacht for charter.

The beach club is a destination in itself. Guests can relax here with drinks or snacks at the water’s edge and watch the world go by or get in on the action with the vessel’s great selection of water toys.


Built in 2019 by Benetti, this stunning superyacht has an iconic beach club awaiting you. This 42.6m superyacht offers multiple areas to enjoy the outdoors, from her stylish beach club with a teak-lined bar to alfresco dining on the bridge deck aft. Not only does SKYLER offer ample outdoor areas for your charter, this superyacht also offers balconies that fold out from master suite on both port and starboard, at the touch of a button!


SPIRIT’S airy beach club is all about sun, sea and relaxation. The transom lowers to create a magnificent teak beach and private swim platform that ensure endless hours of relaxation for everyone.

She accommodates up to 12 guests on private overnight charters in five staterooms and the main deck has a roomy aft deck complete with comfortable seating and an alfresco dining option.

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If space is an important feature when chartering, then look no further than the 83m megayacht HERE COMES THE SUN. In addition to an elevator that accesses all decks, a movie theatre, Jacuzzi, infinity pool and grand piano, she also offers a unique beach club for sunbathing and entertaining. With fold-down terrace doors on both starboard and port sides and drop-down stern, this might just be one of our favourite beach clubs.


These are only a selection of yachts available to charter through Ahoy Club that have beach clubs as yacht amenities. For more information or to make an enquiry, please contact our charter team.

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As the focus of life on board moves closer to the water, the beach club is becoming the highlight, learns Claire Wrathall

Given the extent to which the pandemic has altered human behaviour, as we seek to avoid each other, it’s not surprising that yacht owners have sought sanctuary on their boats. “ A yacht is the best place to be completely safe, ” says Sabrina Monteleone, founder and proprietor of Sabrina Monte-Carlo, the Côte d’Azur’s go-to supplier of deck furniture, furnishings and table settings. “ Owners now want to stay alone on their boats; they no longer go out. ”

Even last winter in St Barths, nobody was going ashore to actual beaches, according to Monteleone. “ No, your own beach club is the place to be now, ” she says. “ On a big boat, on the first or second deck, you don’t really sense the water. But on the platform, the water is right there; you can really feel the sea. Whenever we do a refit, the owner wants to increase the platform. ”

It comes as no surprise, then, that beach clubs have moved on from the time when they were little more than an aft bathing platform shaded by a raised transom door and backed by the toy garage. Now, she says, “ they are more like pool houses ”, complete with sofas, armchairs and ottomans, adjoining gyms and spas, and perhaps a bar. These days a beach club is somewhere to spend the whole day, returning upstairs only at mealtimes.

Increasingly, too, the platform will be directly connected to the main deck by a staircase. “ Because the main deck is becoming the most important area of the boat, ” says Francesca Muzio, co-founder of the Milan-based practice FM Architettura d’Interni, whose recent projects include the spectacular interiors (designed jointly with Nauta Design) of the aptly named and soon-to-be-launched 88-metre Feadship Zen designed by De Voogt Naval Architects. She has also observed a change in the way yachts are used. Where once the upper deck was the most important area, she continues, the focus of activity “ is moving downstairs ”, as owners increasingly request inside-outside spaces “ like verandas or loggias ” on the main deck.

She partly attributes this to a fear of UV rays. “ The sun is the enemy these days, ” she says. “ People no longer want to be exposed to it. ” Rather than gigantic sunpads, they want sheltered outdoor seating areas that are palpably close to the water, possibly filled with greenery and furnished with “ couches, rugs, lanterns ” and lots of tactile textiles. “ You can even find velvets and chenilles and other soft materials suitable for an outdoor marine environment now, so you can really dress it like an interior, ” she says. “ It’s a very Mediterranean concept. ”

Colder climates can equally be allowed for. On the recently refitted 72-metre Damen-built explorer yacht Game Changer, which travels far and wide, the beach club has heating so that it can, in principle, function as a place to sit out even when the boat is in Antarctic or Arctic waters.

These spaces can be equipped for entertainment too. Take the beach club on Severin*s, the 55-metre Baglietto-built superyacht designed by Francesco Paszkowski and launched last year. It has not only a steam shower, but also a 4K-resolution LED wall with an area of about six square metres suitable for video art or screening movies or sports. It’s the creation of audiovisual specialist Videoworks, which also put a retractable 55-inch 4K outdoor television with 180-degree rotation on the yacht’s sundeck that can be viewed either from the lounge or the pool, and a 90-inch cinema screen on the upper deck.

Both Monteleone and Muzio also see beach clubs and decks as opportunities to use bolder colour. “ There has to be harmony, and it has to blend with the indoor areas, ” says Muzio. “ But you can have fun outside. I like to add colour with cushions and towels, ” adds Monteleone.

On Olivia, a Russian navy hydrographic survey vessel that was converted into a 69-metre explorer yacht, she used a “ very cool ” palette of grey, yellow and white on the platform. While on Bold, the 85.3-metre Silveryachts-built expedition yacht designed by her husband, Espen Øino, she chose a vibrant vermilion. Check out the curvaceous armchairs (Smile by Paola Lenti) that stand on the beach club, to which an inflatable platform attaches, so that the yacht’s toys are readily to hand. On Cosmos, which Heesen is due to deliver in 2022, the beach club not only contains a sunken bar but also is sited beneath the seven-metre waterfall-fed glass-bottom pool, so it is lit by sunshine refracted through water.

Launched in 2020 and designed by Luca Dini, 49.7-metre Rossinavi-built LEL is another new yacht with an expansive and versatile beach club, a response to her owner’s brief for “ generous open spaces to make the most of the open air and water ”. Dini’s solution was to create “ an actual terrace overlooking the sea, a pied-à-terre dans l’eau, where nature meets technology ”. The partially indoor space, separated from the garage by an automatic door, is spacious enough to store the tender. Lower the side and transom doors and open the louvres, however, and, when furnished, it becomes an elegant and airy room complete with a bar that extends out over the water – the perfect setting for waterside living and entertaining.

For as Muzio notes, clients no longer commission projects with instructions to adhere to “ a particular style such as art deco or modern ”. What matters more, she says, is their “ lifestyle ”, how they want to live and where they want to spend time – which tends to be within sight of the sea.


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Unwind in your very own waterside haven located just steps away from the ocean for idyllic sea-level views made possible on a luxury yacht charter vacation. Discover our top picks of the best superyachts beach clubs in the world.

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Located at sea-level in the aft area of the yacht, a beach club can offer a number of amenities; from fully-stocked bars to hammam spas, as well as an array of comfortable lounging areas for you and your guests to relax and unwind whilst enjoying scenic waterside views of your surroundings.

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It’s also the perfect jumping off point for fun activities in the water on the yacht’s array of toys and tenders.

More than just a place to splash in the sea, the beach club has transformed the traditional aft deck tender garage into a luxurious waterside entertainment centre, and is now a must-have feature on every luxury charter yacht. Offering a range of excellent facilities from loungers, bars and TV screens, to gyms, saunas and dive centers, it is clear to see the appeal. 

Here we have compiled the latest and most impressive superyacht beach clubs to be found in the global charter fleet .

1. Victorious

Launched in 2021, the standout 85m/279ft superyacht VICTORIOUS built by AK Yachts in Turkey set pulses racing at the Monaco Yacht Show , with her extravagant 200m² beach club winning over audiences and industry professionals alike.

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Offering an array of sublime wellness options , guests can indulge themselves in everything from a heavenly massage to an energetic workout in the gym, with an adjoining sea terrace providing spectacular views across the water as you work up a sweat. If that wasn't enough, this standout beach club also comes replete with a vast swimming pool, wet bar, lounge and intimate dining area for the complete waterside package.

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Launched in 2021, this spectacular 80m/262ft Bilgin yacht TATIANA ranks as one of the best superyacht beach clubs in the world.

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Featuring a unique design of two vast multi-level swimming pools, one above the other, you can access her beach club via stairs leading down from the main salon, where guests can choose to either swim and play games in the pool, relax in the Hammam spa, enjoy a luxurious massage or sip sundowners at the sit-up bar. 

Beach club onboard MY Tatiana

On top of all this, there are myriad plush seating areas located throughout her beach club area, as well as wide fold-out terraces on either side, offering guests the opportunity for a spot of sunbathing whilst being lulled by the rhythmic dash of the ocean against her hull.

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3. Flying Fox

Delivered from the inimitable German shipyard Lürssen to her owner in 2020, the award-winning 136m (446ft) megayacht FLYING FOX turns heads wherever she goes. 

With its discreet aft entrance, you could be forgiven for thinking motor yacht FLYING FOX’s beach club might not be that impressive. However, not for nothing is she the world’s largest and most expensive superyacht, step inside and you’ll be in for an almighty treat.  

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As you descend the teak steps into the atrium of her beach club, with its exquisite mosaic-tiled centrepiece adorning the floor and contemporary cedar wood wall paneling, you’ll notice a large elevated Jacuzzi up ahead, bathed in sunlight from the opening high above. This spa pool is surrounded by comfortable loungers and a variety of wooden doors leading to a whole raft of wellness amenities, including a Hammam spa, massage room and the world’s first superyacht cryo-sauna – designed to evenly reduce body temperature in minutes, perfect for muscle recovery. 

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Outside, you’ll find additional loungers either side of her aft doors and a swim platform, ideal for launching her veritable armada of water sports toys and accessories, including seabobs, inflatables and e-foiling surfboards.

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Still bearing the impressive accolade as the world’s largest ketch, this  sailing yacht , delivered in 2016 by Vitters in collaboration with Oceanco , combines both high-performance with impeccable amenities. 

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Unusual for a sailing vessel, the 86m (282ft) yacht AQUIJO boasts an extensive indoor beach club, complete with a luxurious 3-sided seating area and huge skylight crowning a large central Jacuzzi, as well as a separate sauna and steam room tucked away behind glass doors. 

Pops of turquoise and large flanking windows create an inviting and convivial space, with steps leading up to her wide aft deck area with additional loungers and a further swim platform; the perfect place for relaxing and kicking back on charter.

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For a beach club par excellence, look no further than the 95m/312ft luxury yacht O’PARI , launched by Golden Yachts in 2020. 

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Boasting a multi-faceted beach club, guests can choose to relax in the air-conditioned interior area sporting a Hamptons-esque theme with sumptuous white and duck-egg blue sofas and a fully-stocked port-side bar. Here, guests can enjoy a cocktail or two as they enjoy the stunning waterside views through the sliding glass doors. Alternatively, they can indulge in a spot of pampering in her sauna and steam room after a long day's excursion ashore. 

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With the sliding doors open, her beach club becomes a vast alfresco deck space, ideal for those keen to soak up some rays on the stunning curved wicker loungers located further aft before heading down the steps to her wide swim platform for a luxuriant dip in the balmy waters.

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Of course, this list wouldn’t be complete without an example from the illustrious Feadship yard . Renowned for their meticulous craftsmanship and collaborations with some of the finest superyacht interior designers in the world, 93m/305ft superyacht LADY S , delivered in 2019, more than ticks the boxes. 

Her Reymond Langton Design interiors showcase an elegance that flows from bow to aft, where you’ll find her chic beach club.

Beach club onboard MY Lady S

On the deck above, there is a glass-bottomed swimming pool which infuses the seating area below in a stunning shimmery blue light. Here, guests can relax on the plush circular sofa that surrounds a central plunge pool, with a wide screen operating as a backdrop.

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There is also a further Hammam spa and two side terraces for luxurious lounging under the sun. For those looking for something a little more active, guests can step directly on to one of her custom limo tenders for exciting excursions ashore.

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Launched in 2020 by esteemed shipyard Benetti , this impressive 107m/351ft megayacht LANA has already hosted a number of famous guests, including Beyoncé and Jay-Z. 

Her extensive spa facilities neatly link to her beach club area, and comprise a Hamman, dry massage room and Gharieni massage bed. Adjoining these spaces is a waterfront lounge that opens out onto terraced areas either side, as well as a fully-equipped gym. 

This entire area covers an impressive 120m² and is connected to the swim platform, providing easy and straightforward access into the glistening warm waters of her destination.

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8. Boadicea

Thanks to a five-meter hull extension in 2015, the 76m/249ft superyacht BOADICEA (ex-REBORN) from Amels now boasts a fabulous beach club as one of her highlights.

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Linked to the aft deck by two curved staircases, the fixed swim platform offers a secluded spot to soak up the sun’s rays.

Forward from the platform, which also serves as a watersports center, are full-length glass doors that open onto BOADICEA’s spa facilities. A massage room and sauna await guests continuing their luxury charter experience.

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This 68m/224ft Abeking and Rasmussen yacht, SOARING was delivered in 2020 and features a glorious 74 m² beach club area that perfectly encapsulates the luxurious essence of superyacht design.

Beach club onboard MY Soaring

With stunning design features, including a ceiling-high Italian light sculpture, silver threaded high-gloss eucalyptus wall panelling and sumptuous teal couches, SOARING’s beautiful beach club also houses adjoining wellness amenities. 

Beach club onboard MY Soaring

Guests can enjoy her gym area, complete with ballet barre and refreshment area, stone mosaic-tiled Hammam and separate massage room for two, along with a professionally-trained crew member on hand to offer luxurious pamper treatments to lucky charter guests.

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Honored with a 'Best of the Best' award for the "ingenious use of opening terraces, fold-down bulwarks and an extending swim platform to create a pseudo floating island aft", the 50m/163ft superyacht LEL 's beach club boasts all the right credentials to make it on to our list.

Beach club onboard MY Lel

Showcasing the seemingly ubiquitous tri-terrace design, LEL’s beach club spaces are flooded with light giving the whole area a warm and inviting ambience, coupled with an array of exquisite ferns and other flora that make you feel as if you’ve stepped into a tropical paradise. 

Beach club onboard MY Lel

Sumptuous couches, sun loungers, a glorious marble-topped bar area and extensive swim platform all combine to create the ultimate luxury waterside haven. 

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If you’d like to learn more about any of the yachts mentioned in this article, or to make a booking, please contact your preferred yacht charter broker .

To compare the complete market, take a look at all luxury yachts available for charter with a beach club .

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Disney’s Beach Club vs Yacht Club: Which Should You Choose?

posted by James Brockbank on September 3, 2022 // last updated on September 19, 2022

One of the best parts of planning a family vacation to Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida , is choosing where to stay.

Disney owns and operates more than 20 resorts and other accommodations on their central Florida property, in addition to the dozens of others nearby.

If Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s Yacht Club Resort are among your options, you might be wondering which is better. After all, they’re located directly next door to each other, and the theming is similar. 

Despite having much in common, these two hotels have some key differences that make them distinct. Below, we’ll talk about the perks of staying in one of Disney’s hotels and what the Yacht and Beach Clubs have in common. Then, we’ll dive into what makes them distinct. That way, you can make the best choice for your family vacation.

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Experienced Disney vacationers will tell you that staying “on-property” has many advantages that can help you get the most out of your time in the most magical place on earth.

Each day, the four theme parks in Walt Disney World– Magic Kingdom , EPCOT , Hollywood Studios , and Animal Kingdom –open 30 minutes early for resort guests. That means you can get to the park in the morning and head to a couple of your favorite attractions without worrying about crowds.

At times in the past, Disney had offered “Extra Magic Hours” when parks opened even earlier or stayed open late in the evening for resort guests. While Disney isn’t offering them now, it certainly could return in the future.

Genie+ is the paid reservation system that allows guests to reserve times to visit top attractions. Time slots become available to park guests when the park opens for the day. 

However, guests with resort reservations linked to their accounts can make their first selections at 7 AM. That’s a distinct advantage over everyone else. What’s more, reservations for some of the most popular rides sometimes go quick.

Disney provides regular, reliable transportation from all of its hotels to its four theme parks, two water parks, and Disney Springs shopping and entertainment district. Buses run to each destination from every hotel about every 30 minutes.

In addition, there are boats and water taxis, the Skyliner gondola system, the monorail, and walking trails from several resorts. Below, we’ll talk about what’s available at the Yacht and Beach Clubs.

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An often-overlooked advantage of staying at a Disney hotel is on-site guest relations. You can visit this desk to take care of a range of questions and issues before visiting the parks. You can purchase or verify tickets, make and confirm park and dining reservations, and schedule tours and special events.

Of course, guest relations is available at the entrance to all theme parks and water parks. However, there can be long lines, especially at the beginning of the day. What’s more, visiting the desk in the park takes away from your time enjoying attractions.  

What Do the Yacht and Beach Clubs Have in Common?

If you’ve done your research, you may already know that the Yacht and Beach Clubs are next to each other. They’re also often discussed together since they share so many amenities and features. 

Before we discuss what makes them unique so you can choose between them, it’s helpful to look at what they share. That way, you can get a total picture of what it would be like to spend your family vacation there.

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Both the Beach Club and Yacht Club are Disney Deluxe Resorts . This is the top tier of hotels on Disney property, ahead of value resorts like Art of Animation and All-Star Sports and moderate resorts such as Coronado Springs and Port Orleans Riverside.

As you might expect, deluxe resorts have the best of everything. The rooms tend to be larger, the hotel lobbies and fixtures more opulent, and the theming is more detailed. There are better pools (with slides), more amenities (such as spas and shops), and more dining options.

Deluxe resorts have several unique features and perks. Sometimes, Disney parks stay open late for guests of deluxe resorts. They tend to have great locations with better access to the parks and transportation options. Of course, it all comes at a price. Deluxe resorts start at around $450 and increase sharply from there. 

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The location is one of the best things about staying at the Yacht or Beach Club. They are two of the three resorts located directly near EPCOT. 

If you enjoy the thrilling attractions in Future World or a leisurely stroll through the World Showcase, you might like the Yacht and Beach Clubs even more than the Magic Kingdom monorail hotels–The Grand Floridian, Polynesian Village, and the Contemporary.

Let’s zoom in on the three things that make this location spectacular.

The Yacht and Beach Clubs are about a ten or 15-minute walk from EPCOT . One of four theme parks in Walt Disney World, EPCOT has so much to offer. It’s split into two major worlds, and they almost feel like two separate worlds.

Future World has some of the most thrilling attractions in any of the parks, including Soarin’ , Test Track , and the brand new Guardians of the Galaxy roller coaster, Cosmic Rewind . 

Then, there’s the World Showcase, with pavilions from 11 countries around the world. Sample food, drink, merchandise, and culture without leaving central Florida.

The new Skyliner transportation system is just before you reach the World Gateway entrance to EPCOT. The Skyliner is a gondola system that connects several popular spots around the “world,” including Hollywood Studios, Riviera Resort, and several other hotels.

The Skyliner has revolutionized how people get around Walt Disney World. Many guests hated waiting for and riding buses to and from the parks, but the Skyliner has turned that experience into a ride in itself.

Guests at the Yacht and Beach Club can easily walk to the Skyliner. The Beach Club is a bit closer, but it only takes about ten minutes from the Yacht Club lobby.

The Boardwalk Hotel is on the same walking trail as the Yacht and Beach Club. In addition to the hotel is the Boardwalk entertainment area. While it’s much smaller than Disney Springs, you can find shops, restaurants, and entertainment. 

One of the Boardwalk’s favorites is Jelly Rolls, a dueling piano bar. The Atlantic Dance Hall opens nightly for drinks and dancing.

Most room accommodations at the Yacht and Beach Club are the same. Standard rooms include one king or two queen beds, and some have a pull-down bed under the television. 

Daily housekeeping is included, and guests can choose from water, pool, and garden views. In addition, both hotels have suites and a club or concierge level.

The best part of staying at the Yacht or Beach Club is arguably the main pool. The most popular on Disney property, Stormalong Bay encompasses three acres of space. There’s a lazy river, three whirlpool spas, and a life-size replica of a shipwreck with a 230-foot waterslide. It’s partially sand-bottom, and there’s a sandy beach to play on.

If you prefer a quieter poolside experience, there are three more leisure pools for use by guests at the Beach and Yacht Clubs: the Admiral Pool, Dunes Cove, and the Tidal Pool. All three have whirlpool spas and other amenities.

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The Yacht and Beach Club share transportation, and the great news is how easy it is to get around Walt Disney World from both of these hotels.

The bus stop is located outside the main lobby of the Yacht Club. Buses run about every 30 minutes to the parks, water parks, and Disney Springs. The bus is the best way to get to Animal Kingdom, Disney Springs, and the Magic Kingdom.

There is also a boat launch behind the lobby of the Yacht Club on Crescent Lake. The boats take guests to EPCOT and Hollywood Studios and are a leisurely way to get to both parks.

As mentioned above, the Skyliner is about a ten-minute walk from the Yacht and Beach Clubs. The Skyliner takes guests to Hollywood Studios and is the fastest way to get there. 

We mentioned walking into EPCOT from these resorts, but you can also walk to Hollywood Studios. The path winds for about one mile around the water.

Finally, while the Yacht and Beach Clubs aren’t located on the monorail, you can access the monorail through EPCOT. You will need a theme park reservation at EPCOT or a park hopper ticket (useable after 2 PM) to access the monorail. However, it can take you to the Magic Kingdom.

The two resorts also share much of the same entertainment and recreation options. Moreover, guests at either hotel are almost always welcome to use amenities at the other one.

The resorts jointly host nightly campfires (weather permitting) and movies under the stars (indoors in inclement weather). There are tennis courts, volleyball courts, jogging trails, arcades, boat rentals, and fishing. There’s also a full fitness center and salon at Ship Shape Massage Salon Fitness. 

What Makes Disney’s Beach Club Different?

Now that you know all the things that Disney’s Yacht and Beach Clubs share, we can look at meaningful ways that they differ. 

One of them is written right into their names. Even though the themes at the resorts are similar, they are distinct from each other. The Beach Club is reminiscent of classic Atlantic and New Jersey seaside resorts around the turn of the 20th century. 

It’s bright and cheerful, with light pastel colors throughout. You’ll notice elements of gingerbread-style and Victorian architecture, almost like an upscale beach cottage. The atmosphere is designed to be more relaxed and calming.

There are several other important ways that the two hotels differ. Here’s what’s unique to the Beach Club.

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One thing that makes the Beach Club distinct is the presence of Disney Vacation Club villas. Disney Vacation Club is a vacation ownership company that sells timeshares in select Disney resorts worldwide. It also offers exceptional experiences, excursions, and reciprocity with RCI for members in good standing to use their annual allotment of points.

There are only 282 villas at the Beach Club, making it among the smallest in the collection. There are studios with kitchenettes and one, two, and three-bedroom villas with full kitchens.

You don’t need to be a DVC member to book the villas. In fact, many non-members love the villas for family reunions and space to spread out. They typically cost more than standard rooms per night.

You don’t have to be a guest at the Beach Club to dine in any of its restaurants. Anyone can make a reservation or drop in for table availability, but guests of this resort will be closer and find it easier to eat at these.

Cape May Cafe is a popular buffet spot for breakfast and dinner. Beaches and Cream Soda Shop has diner offerings for lunch and dinner and is known for its incredible ice cream. Martha’s Vineyard serves lunch but is best known for its bar service and wine selection. Finally, the Beach Club Marketplace offers counter-service and grab-and-go dining options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

Some guests prefer the Beach Club’s location because it is closer to EPCOT and the Skyliner. It takes about five or ten more minutes to get there from the Yacht Club, depending on where your room is situated. However, most of the rooms at the Yacht Club are closer to Stormalong Bay than at the Beach Club.

Even though guests of either resort can use all the amenities, it’s worth mentioning the ones that are located at the Beach Club:

  • Dunes Cove Pool
  • Volleyball courts

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What Makes the Yacht Club Different?

Several elements distinguish the Yacht Club from the Beach Club, and the first is the theme. While the Beach Club is designed to look and feel like a relaxed yet refined seaside resort, the Yacht Club is more stately.

The Yacht Club is reminiscent of a grand, exclusive New England yachting or boating resort, visited by titans of industry, politicians, and some of the oldest families in America. It is elegant, plush, and nautical. In contrast to the whimsical pastels at the Beach Club, you’ll see dark blues and wood tones against white finishes. 

Perhaps because of the prestige, the Yacht Club’s prices tend to be slightly higher than the Beach Club’s, though not substantially. The rooms at both resorts follow their themes but are around the same size.

While the Beach Club has Disney Vacation Club villas, the Yacht Club has a convention center, which frequently contributes to the more formal atmosphere at the Yacht Club. In fact, the resort itself was designed to host conventions, and its setup is conducive to that.

The convention center has more than 100,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space. The hotel has almost 2,000 guest rooms, most of which are standard. Nearly 140 are located on the club level, perfect for executives. Couples also often hold weddings at the Yacht Club, and the nearby wedding gazebo is a convenient ceremony space. 

There are several dining options at the Yacht Club, and true to its theme, most of them are more formal than the ones you’ll find at the Beach Club. The main restaurant is the Yachtsman’s Steakhouse , a traditional New England steakhouse. It is one of the more formal restaurants in Walt Disney World and is only open for dinner. 

In addition, the less-formal Ale and Compass restaurant is a gastropub serving Yankee comfort food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Marketplace at Ale and Compass offers counter-service and grab-and-go dining options.

Finally, two bars offer drinks and light snacks: the Ale and Compass Lounge and the Crew’s Cup Lounge. 

These are the recreation and amenities offered at the Yacht Club:

  • Admiral Pool
  • Tennis courts
  • Ship Shape Massage Salon Fitness

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If you plan to spend the bulk of your Florida vacation in Walt Disney World, we strongly recommend staying at a Disney hotel for all the reasons discussed above. But which is better–the Beach Club or Yacht Club?

As you can see, Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Yacht Club Resort have a lot in common and share many of the same amenities and perks. However, they have distinct themes that create different atmospheres. The Beach Club is more relaxed and refined, while the Yacht Club is more stately and elegant.

Regardless of where you and your family decide to stay, the most important thing is that you enjoy your time together at Walt Disney World. And don’t forget to check out Stormalong Bay–it’s the best part of either hotel!

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  • The vessel, Kismet, requires staff of up to 40 to cater for dozen guests on board
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It would not look out of place at the billionaires’ playgrounds of Monaco and Dubai .

So locals in the Scottish town of Troon were stunned to see the £288 million Kismet megayacht pull into harbour at the weekend.

The 400-foot charter yacht includes a helipad, a beauty salon, a spa, a sauna and a swimming pool, as well as indoor and outdoor cinemas, a dance floor and a gym.

It has accommodation for 12 guests across nine cabins, and is so large that it contains an elevator.

The luxurious interior styling is by British designer Reymond Langton Design.

Kismet arrived in Troon on Saturday on its maiden voyage after being constructed at German shipyard Lurssen.

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The vessel commands a staff of up to 40 workers, and belongs to Shahid Khan, the Pakistani-American billionaire businessman and owner of Premier League side Fulham.

Mr Khan is also principal owner of American football team Jacksonville Jaguars.

Kismet was spotted by keen kayaker Mark McInnes.

He said: ‘I’m from Troon, a short walk along the road to the beach to launch the kayaks.

‘Myself and my girlfriend Dawn decided to paddle out to the harbour on Saturday morning to get a closer look at the yacht.

‘Not every day these are in Troon and it was such a lovely sunny calm morning on the water.

‘It was amazing to see it up close, so new and clean. There was even a man abseiling off the side of it to clean the windows.

‘We would have loved to get an invite on board but that didn’t happen, so we will just have to imagine what it looks like inside.’

Passengers are able to arrive by helicopter and can enjoy a dancefloor, beauty salon, spa, elevator, underwater lights, beach club and gym.

The opulent yacht is also available for charter, with prices starting at £2.4 million per week, plus expenses.

Mr Khan is well known in celebrity circles and is understood to have entertained the likes of Beyonce and Jay-Z on his yachts in the past.

His rags to riches story has seen him go from earning just 85p an hour washing dishes to making a £900million bid for Wembley stadium in 2018.

The 73-year-old businessman, who moved to the US when he was 16 with just 500 US Dollars (£360) to his name, became owner of west London side Fulham in 2013.

The married father-of-two bought the club from Mohamed Al Fayed for a fee believed to be between £150m and £200m and at the time he said: 'Fulham is the perfect club at the perfect time for me.

'I want to be clear, I do not view myself so much as the owner of Fulham, but a custodian of the club on behalf of its fans.’

He was born in Lahore, Pakistan to his mother, Zakia, a maths professor, and father, Rafiq, who sold surveying equipment.

Encouraged by his father, who stood for humility and frugality, Khan from an early age developed a nous for business.

He is said to have charged his school friends to borrow his comic books as a youngster.

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ISA Yachts Viper 120

Production has already begun on the first Viper 120, with delivery expected in 2026. The inaugural Viper measures 125 feet (38 meters) and has a reduced draft of less than five feet, meaning that it is suited to cruising the shallow waters of the Caribbean Sea, for example. The vessel can be equipped with either three MAN or MTU engines that will enable a maximum speed of 33 knots and a cruising speed of 26 knots, ISA says.

The aft deck of the Viper 120 is split into three distinct zones: a beach club with a hydraulic swim platform, a lounge with fold-out balconies, and a dining area with an eight-seater dining table. The aft is also home to a combined galley and bar with a pop-up tinted glass partition that can hide the happenings within or keep them on display.

To the left of the aft bar, a staircase leads to the sundeck. Protected by a carbon hardtop, the sundeck features a helm station, two large sun pads, a lounge area with sofas, an L-shaped bar, and a 12-seater table. Heading back down the stairs, a port-side walkway leads to a bow area with a circular pool, sunbeds, and sofas.

Moving inside, the main deck sports a second combined galley and bar, as well as a bright salon with floor-to-ceiling windows, plush sofas, and a 10-seater circular table. The main deck is also outfitted with another wheelhouse and an opening balcony that allows seafarers to take in the views from the indoor sofas.

Details on the Viper 100 and Viper 140 will follow soon. Stay tuned.

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Stone Harbor: What you need to know about the beaches and things to do there this summer

Originally marketed as a vacation destination for well-to-do travelers, it maintains that reputation today. it was also the first south jersey town to require beach tags..

Kristin Hunt PhillyVoice

Stone Harbor is one of just two shore towns on the barrier island Seven Mile Beach.

When Stone Harbor was founded around the turn of the 20th century, it was marketed as a destination for the wealthy, right off the old Pennsy railroad. That railroad may be long gone, but Stone Harbor has retained a ritzy reputation, thanks to its real estate , boutiques and art galleries.

You won't find a boardwalk in Stone Harbor — a storm knocked it out in 1944 and the city  never rebuilt it  — but you will find many other beach staples, including water sports and a boat parade, which marches down the Atlantic in August. Despite its small size, Stone Harbor is also home to two nature preserves, open for tours all summer long. Here's what else you should know before visiting the Cape May County shore town:

What are some things to do in Stone Harbor this summer?

The calendar on the Stone Harbor Borough website is a good place to start when you're looking for something to do in the shore town this summer. Memorial Day weekend is packed with events, starting with the official Beach Opening Ceremony starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 25, on the 95th Street Beach and then the Color Run form 95th Street to 110th Street and back at 10 a.m. (runner registration is from 9-9:45 a.m.).

Starting on July 7, bands and at least one swing orchestra will perform weekly at the 95th Street Water Tower Plaza as part of the city's Tuesdays at the Tower concert series. The 7 p.m. shows will include a beer & wine garden and snack stand for bites between songs.

The Yacht Club of Stone Harbor will host another Festival of Lights boat parade on Friday, Aug. 3 at 8 p.m., but the accompanying viewing party and food truck festival starts an hour earlier. The sandbag challenge , a 31-block fitness course with squats and burpees, starts bright and early on 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 30. Stone Harbor also goes big for the 4th of July with fireworks, races and contests.

What are some attractions in Stone Harbor?

Stone Harbor and Avalon are the only shore towns on Seven Mile Beach, a barrier island with lots of places to fish, kayak, surf, jet ski and paddle. (One of the rental companies, Island Water Sports, also has an aqua park with inflatable slides and walls to climb.) Nature lovers can visit the 21-acre bird sanctuary , home to thousands of herons, or the Wetlands Institute, which offers a " salt marsh safari " in the summer. Basketball, pickleball, tennis and volleyball courts are spread among Stone Harbor's three recreation centers at 82nd and 96th streets and Chelsea Place Park. And on rainy days, visitors can head to the city's shopping district or the Harbor Square movie theater.

Do you need a beach tag in Stone Harbor?

Yes, Stone Harbor was the first South Jersey shore town to require beach tags more than 50 years ago.

All visitors 12 and up must have a tag while sunning. Tags are available for purchase at the Beach Tag Office at 95th Street, right along the shoreline, each day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. They cost $32 in the pre-season  but will increase to $40 after May 31. Weekly and daily tags are also available for $17 and $8, respectively, and veterans can claim a free tag with identifying documents or discharge papers.

When are Stone Harbor's lifeguards on duty?

Lifeguards are at their stands daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Memorial Day and ending Labor Day. The full list of Stone Harbor's protected beaches is available on the city's website .

What are the rules on Stone Harbor's beaches?

Alcohol, glass bottles, bonfires and picnics are not permitted, nor is sleeping on the sand from sunset to sunrise. Boats are only allowed in designated areas with the right license. Vehicles are banned from the beach during the summer, but you can get a permit for one in the off-season from October 1 to March 31.

Unless otherwise noted, Stone Harbor's guarded beaches are for swimming only. The town's surfing beaches are at 81st Street and 110th Street, and kayaks can be launched from 122nd Street through 126th Street. Kayakers must wear lifejackets.

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New 60m Amels superyacht Come Together for sale

60m hybrid Amels superyacht Come Together sold

The 60-metre Amels superyacht Come Together has been sold with Alex Busher and Charles Carveles from Edmiston representing the seller and Josh Gulbranson of Fraser introducing the buyer. The sale came less than three months after a change of central agency to Edmiston.

Come Together, delivered in 2022, is the first in a new generation of Amels 60 Limited Editions superyachts and marks the shipyard's first collaboration with designer Espen Øino . Her bronzed exterior plays with different geometries and is instantly recognisable thanks to her four trapezoid hull windows forward. 

A custom interior courtesy of Winch Design has been designed to serve as a relaxed and convivial family home on the water. A natural palette of Jerusalem limestone, light bleached matte oak, light-tone walnut and bronze touches feature throughout paired with playful elements, like the guitar in the skylounge, which nods to the yacht's Beatles -influenced name.

Come Together can accommodate up to 12 guests across six cabins, including a full-beam owner's suite with a seven-square-metre fold-down terrace and an office space. The guest cabins found on the lower deck benefit from direct access to the beach club where a large 38-square-metre swim platform awaits.

Her crowning glory, however, is a 27-metre sun deck complete with a raised sunlounging space, a Jacuzzi, a bar and an extendable dining table protected from the elements that seats up to 18 guests. As the sun sets, the space can be transformed into an open-air cinema or a party area with DJ decks.

Since her launch in 2022, she has found great success on the charter market and spent her maiden season cruising the Mediterranean. The yacht carries a crew of 14 including a personal trainer, yoga instructor, videographer, DJ, and watersports enthusiasts.

Come Together has a nine-metre limousine tender on her foredeck, which is the largest tender carried on a yacht of her size.

Power comes from a hybrid propulsion system increasing the yacht's efficiency but also minimising noise and vibration for maximum guest comfort. The yacht has a top speed of 15.5 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles.

Come Together was last asking €59,950,000.

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