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10 of the best superyacht elevators

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Diamonds Are Forever

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Superyacht elevators are a must-have feature on many levels — they improve accessibility on board, create a sense of flow between different areas of the yacht, and provide a strong focal point for the interior design.

This glass-encased elevator, flanked by spectacular artwork in the main foyer, provides access to all three decks of the 61 metre James Bond-inspired Benetti superyacht Diamonds Are Forever.

Launched in 2011 for serial yacht owner John Staluppi, her lavish interior was designed by Evan K. Marshall. Guests have plenty of options for relaxing on board, including a full beauty salon.

Photo: Bugsy Gedlek

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Graceful

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The entrance lobby on the 82 metre Blohm+Voss superyacht Graceful features a grand staircase, but the star of the show is a large glass-sided elevator that provides quick access to all decks.

London-based studio H2 Yacht Design created the interiors for this steel and aluminium yacht, which was ten years in the making.

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Kismet

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Another of the world's finest superyacht elevators can be found on board the 95 metre Lürssen superyacht Kismet, whose lift is accessed via a lobby decorated in rich brown hues, setting the tone for the rest of the yacht and her dramatic Reymond Langton interiors.

Photo: Guillaume Plisson

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