You can spot Geco from a mile off. With a metallic baby blue hull and foredeck helipad that juts out from either side of the bow, she cuts a unique figure guaranteed to turn heads in any port. Designed for warm-weather cruising, guests will find sun pads on each of her four decks, although, unusually for a yacht of her size, the beach club is left completely open to the elements.
Geco's open-air beach club is a triple threat. Not only does it serve as the ultimate launchpad for messing about with toys - and there's plenty of them - but transforms into the perfect waterside setting for sunset dining or evening soirées. Glass panels, inspired by the gills of a shark, serve a dual purpose, offering a degree of privacy while shielding guests from gusts or sea spray.
Like any charter yacht, she flaunts a serious stash of water toys including a Flyboard, inflatable climbing frame, powered Jetsurf and transparent kayaks - to name a few. Geco was delivered in summer 2020, built by Admiral as one of the Italian shipyard's S-Force series.