See inside: 8 of the most varied owner's cabins
The spectacular master suites on superyacht Magna Grecia
Vinydrea’s expansive owner’s cabin
The opulent interior of luxury charter yacht Kinta was overhauled for the charter market in 2013, giving her a more classic look with dark wenge wood flooring, while coordinating satin, leather and cotton finishings are found throughout the yacht.
Unwind in style aboard Panther
Another example of an owner’s cabin that is no more, this used to be the suite on Mondo Marine's Panther II. Last year, she was renamed Barents Sea and refitted for the charter market with a beach house chic interior.
The calming mix of beige, gold and dark wood is certainly striking, but it's been swapped out for a more modern and universally appealing, neutral decor with a white and grey palette. The new owners have, however, preserved the art-work resin walls (as shown above), which were created by the wife of her previous owner. Barents Sea is currently for sale.
The Old World-inspired owner’s cabin on superyacht Janie
Amber hued lighting, ornamental lamps and long-tufted pale carpet with gold filigree evoke an historic (yet stylish), Old World charm aboard 47.9 metre Trinity Yachts-built Janie.
She's been refitted (and renamed – now Cocktails, also previously Chevy Toy), but the layout and concept of the master suite remains the same. An interior refresh has seen the bed and joinery darkened, the carpet updated and the headboard revived with a faux leather finish.
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Xanadu’s light-filled Master Suite
This is what the owner's cabin of 60 metre Benetti _St David _looked like in a previous life, when she was called Xanadu. A skylight above the bed pours light into the opulent master suite. The luxurious lilac Louis Moreau quilted silk bedcovers and window treatments have been given a gentle update but the room remains fairly similar.
With St David currently for sale, the master suite may not stay true to the original for much longer...