Long, lazy lunches and warm, cosy dinners: many of our fondest memories are on board, at the table, where we share food, conversation and good company.
This September, Sarah Egan walked the docks and pavilions of the greatest superyacht show in the world to uncover the hottest developments for luxury marine interiors.
Great interior design doesn't happen in a vacuum; it is carried out in context. For a successful project Sarah Egan suggests starting with a strong vision.
In the highly competitive luxury yacht industry, service not just products, will set you apart from the competition.
It’s time to let your floors take centre stage, kick your shoes off and take a walk on the plush side.
Naval Architects and yacht designers are bringing the outside in by creating exterior living spaces with all the same amenities as interior spaces.
Feeling surrounded by dull, one-dimensional spaces that have no personality? It’s time to inject some pattern and colour into your boating life.
Great lighting makes us feel good. Like a candle lit dinner it can create a special mood and instil a feeling of wellbeing.