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On-water workouts: Standout superyacht gyms

On-water workouts: Standout superyacht gyms

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The converted captain's cabin gym on board Elysium

Image courtesy of Blueiprod

There’s no need to ditch your fitness and wellbeing regime at sea, as our round up of the world’s finest superyacht gyms proves.

On Elysium, the standard layout of the 131 has been torn to shreds. The stairs, which usually lead to a large saloon aft with sofas and a bar, have been completely rerouted and the skipper's cabin has been turned into a gym housing bikes and cross-trainers. The saloon meanwhile has been transformed into the owner’s cabin and is smaller than the designated owner's cabin at the bow. But as owner Ron Gibbs says: "If you’re going to do overnight cruises, do not put your master cabin in the bow. In my configuration, it is so stable and so quiet. You also have your own private deck behind you. In the morning it’s great, too: into the gym, then straight to the shower, change…”

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