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The best sports you can do on your superyacht

The best sports you can do on your superyacht

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Superyacht Palladium


This one might sound obvious – superyachts are surrounded by the sea and almost always have their own private pools – but how much exercise can you really get when paddling around in the ocean or confined to a deck-size pool? The owner of Palladium, an exercise fanatic who is said to train for up to five hours a day, solved this problem by turning the entire stern of his 96 metre yacht into a fixed swimpad/sports area. His cavernous tender garage also contains 14 jet skis and 11 windsurfer rigs for good measure.

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