You’ve found yourself a fine superyacht chef and equipped them with the best gifts for the galley but what’s the use in preparing beautiful food if you don’t have something equally beautiful to serve it on? From sea-inspired pieces to those featuring the finest craftsmanship, here are some of the best dinner services to keep on board your superyacht.
The best luxury tableware for your superyacht
Florentine brand Stefano Ricci has its very own luxury yacht interiors division and this expertise stretches to its beautiful line of porcelain tableware. All services are crafted using fine porcelain decorated with precious metals including gold and platinum and, while vibrant malachite and topaz hues are available, this muted metallic palette is the ultimate in understated sophistication.
Porcelain dinner service, POA, Stefano Ricci
Tie-Set by Hermes
Prefer your on board meals a little more fun and casual? Hermes’ intricately patterned Tie-Set service is inspired by the micro-designs found on the brand’s silk ties and is made to be used in a playful mix-and-match way with 20 designs and 20 colours available so no two sets are ever the same.
Tie-Set dinner service, from £65 per piece, Hermes
Octopus by Mia Sarosi
What could be more fitting for meals at sea than Mia Sarosi’s hand-painted Octopus range? Energetic and contemporary, each piece is thrown by hand with everything from dinner plates and bowls to teapots and vases available.
Octopus tableware, from £32, Mia Sarosi at Heal’s
Lizzard Platinum by Roberto Cavalli
If you’ve simpler tastes the Lizzard Platinum diver service designed by fellow superyacht owner Roberto Cavalli offers finesse without flashiness. Crafted in fine bone china and finished with a discreet platinum-coloured rim, the extended range includes everything you could ever need for a sophisticated meal.
Lizzard Platinum dinner service, from £202 for set of six bowls, Roberto Cavalli at Amara