The spacious skylounge on board 40.52 metre Serenity was designed in a gentleman's club style, complete with a fully stocked bar and humidor. However, it is the superyacht fireplace that steals the show, as its shimmering electric glow catches the eye from all angles. Launched in 2016 by IAG Yachts, Serenity was styled inside and out by Evan K Marshall.Read More/Serenity: The surprising and relaxing yacht from IAG
The best superyacht fireplaces
Fireplaces on superyachts are a technical challenge, but when properly designed they can provide a stunning centrepiece for the saloon, instantly warming the atmosphere on board. To get into the festive spirit as the weather gets colder, BOAT rounds up the very best yachts with fireplaces, starting with the golden-hulled Stefania...
At the forward end of the dining room on Serene is a magnificent glass-enclosed gas fire pit. This 133.9 metre Fincantieri had her interiors styled by Reymond Langton Design and boasts 4,500 square metres of interior space. Other amenities throughout her seven decks include a hangar and two helicopter landing pads, a large salt water swimming pool which can accommodate service craft and a submarine with a diving depth of up to 100 metres.
Ramp up the romance and snuggle up next to this marble-finished 19th century English fireplace in the forward dining saloon of 100 metre superyacht Attessa IV. Originally built in 1999 by Hayashikane, Attessa IV was masterfully rebuilt by her loving owner Dennis Washington, for whom redoing yachts is his passion, pleasure and relaxation. The puzzle he worked on was how to keep such a large vessel intimate, both inside and out. To control the vastness of the space, he envisioned Attessa IV as having a waist at the area of the central ventilation and exhaust trunks amidships, and flares to widen the side decks fore and aft.Read More/Attessa IV: Inside the Rebuild of the 100 Metre Superyacht
Sit back and ignite the feeling of relaxation in the large seating area forward of the dining table on Solandge, complete with an imposing marble-clad fireplace. This superyacht was launched in 2013 and can accommodate 12 guests in eight cabins, including a dedicated owner's deck. The contemporary interior of this 85 metre Lürssen, designed by Aileen Rodriguez, has classical touches and a mix of rare materials including 49 stone selections and 33 exotic woods. Solandge is also notable for having two standout cinemas on board.Read More/Solandge: On board the 85m Lürrsen superyacht designed for pure enjoyment
Interior designer Reymond Langton made sure Elysian resembled an intimate home — including the snug fireplace in the main saloon. Designed by Espen Øino, this 65.8 metre Lürssen is one of the smaller yachts to be launched by Lürssen but is high-tech and highly original, having been built strictly for family use.Read More/The high-tech, highly original Lürssen superyacht Elysian