The 83 metre White Rabbit features Art Deco references throughout her interiors. These are on full display around the huge bar in the main saloon, which is headed by a spectacular light feature that cleverly doubles as glass storage. The bar fully embraces the yacht's name with a gold leaf Alice in Wonderland scene in the ceiling.
The large sundeck of The Beast is a versatile space. It is home to a well-polished bar and teppanyaki grill - a favourite feature from the owner's previous superyacht, VvS1, which was then incorporated into the design of this 39 metre vessel.
The biggest space on board 106 metre Amadea is dedicated to the owner’s cosy saloon, bar and dining area. Backlit bottles of whiskey, brandy and rum characterise the colourful bar in the main deck, which is topped off with a popcorn machine for movie nights or a happy hour snack.
An elegant bar topped with Breccia Sarda marble provides the focal point of the main saloon on board 67 metre Aurora Borealis. A panel of subtle sycamore diamond marquetry below is repeated in the panelled walls and helps create a relaxed space, highlighted with oil paintings by British artist Heather Duncan.
Down at the water's edge, guests can spend hours on end kicking back in Dragon's impressive 200-square-metre beach club. Not only does the space open on three sides, there's also a hammam, sauna, sunloungers, and, of course, a striking bar. Inspired by the sea, the bar features backlit blue agate panels for a pop of colour, with four Tribú chairs.
The mechanical themes found throughout Scout are fitting for Hakvoort's recently delivered superyacht explorer. Even the bar, in the heart of Scout's observation lounge features an unusual mechanical component. Like a large globe, the bar opens in sections along lines of longitude to reveal shelves for preparing drinks and storage for glasses.
The star attraction on board the 43 metre Gulf Craft 140 C'est La Vie is undoubtedly the cigar lounge in the upper saloon. Set in a decor of all Italian marble with onyx costa blanca for the floor, the bar features tobacco leaves set in backlit panels installed at the owner's request.
The marble-topped wet bar on this 60.95 metre Benetti superyacht mirrors the glamorous James Bond-inspired interior décor. Built for auto magnate John Staluppi, Diamonds Are Forever hit the water for the first time in 2011, sporting lavish interior styling from designer Evan K Marshall. Her spacious accommodation allows for up to 12 guests and 15 crewmembers.
The top deck of this 70 metre Rossinavi superyacht is party central, with light-up bar, pool and a helideck that converts to a dance floor with disco lighting. But this isn't the only bar on board High Power III — move downstairs to discover a jewel box-like speakeasy, studded with lights inspired by sea urchins.