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Four Seasons Explorer, Maldives

For some yachties, even relaxing on land can be a struggle. Get some inspiration for your next coastal getaway from these luxury hotels that boast their own vessel, meaning guests can still enjoy the best of the ocean waves.

1. The Four Seasons Explorer, Maldives

Indulge in a Four Seasons private charter on board the luxurious 39 metre Explorer with up to 22 guests for a minimum of three nights. It's all-inclusive and completely customisable, both in terms of meals and wine pairings, courtesy of the yacht's chef, and activities. Guests can dive the extraordinary Maldivian coral reefs, visit tucked away island villages, sunbathe on secret beaches or enjoy a few sundowners with one of the most beautiful backdrops on Earth.

She boasts an on board spa therapist, marine biologist who can guide snorkelling trips and an expert dive team. Encounter dolphins, manta rays and whale sharks while diving, snorkelling, surfing or wakeboarding. On board there are 10 sleek and contemporary cabins, a library, two bars, a dining room, a main saloon and plenty of deck space for sun worshippers.

Picture courtesy of the Four Seasons

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