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6 of the best superyacht gardens

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Boadicea

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One of the key rules of yacht design is that nothing is impossible, as our round-up of the best gardens on board superyachts proves.

This vast tropical superyacht garden, comprising real grass and plants, makes you forget you’re sailing across the ocean on a 76.61 metre Amels. An ideal spot for enjoying afternoon tea, this area was created at the request of Boadicea's owners as many of their guests wanted to bring their dogs on board.

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Laurel

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The 73.2 metre Laurel features a temperature-controlled garden that provides fresh herbs and spices next to the superyacht spa pool on the sundeck — perfect for enjoying a mojito at sea. Launched by Seattle-based yard Delta Marine in 2006, Laurel is one of the largest superyachts built in the USA to date.

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Ocean Paradise

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Living up to her idyllic name, the 54.9 metre Benetti superyacht Ocean Paradise has a calming Zen garden with bonsai trees in the main deck foyer to inspire a feeling of relaxation. Designer Mauro Izzo describes this area as “an element that expresses naturalness and vitality together” and the crew proudly tends to it on a daily basis.

Photo: Jeff Brown

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