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11 of the best toys for your superyacht

11 of the best toys for your superyacht

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Gracie Bird diving board

Gracie Bird diving board

The newly founded diving board designer Molono, set up by Charlie Richards, the CEO, and his wife Lauren, has announced its arrival in some style. The Gracie Bird board, named after Princess Grace and inspired by the classic Riva and Chris-Craft runabouts of the 1950s, is without doubt the chicest board on land or at sea.

These ultra-sleek, bespoke, carbon fibre and wood diving boards come in a variety of pinstripe finishes, from bubinga and holly to ash and SikaFix, all made to blend beautifully with your beach club.

Thanks to some clever engineering (Molono’s engineer, Nicholas Spens, spent 13 years in the boating industry, building lightweight composite racing yachts and bespoke components for superyachts) this board can take up to a hefty 250kg and still provide a powerful spring.

After helping you make a splash, the board can be detached and stored in its robust bag in the tender garage. All you need now is film-star-worthy swimwear.

Gracie Bird diving board, from £35,000, molono.co.uk

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