The best superyacht hot tubs in the world

Crescent 117

Found on 35.6 metre Crescent 117’s top deck is a grand four-person jetted hot tub. Although it's on the highest level of the superyacht, the hot tub is nestled cosily in a corner - perfect for when the weather’s at its most torrid.

Directly opposite sits a bar and barbecue, so guests can sit back and relax while the drinks are being delivered.


39 metre Flexplorer Aurelia’s sundeck isn’t referred to in the conventional way, rather, her top deck is affectionately known as “the private Jacuzzi deck”.

The owner wanted it to be a small, exclusive space on top of the boat. “The 130 has a very peculiar layout because they didn’t even want a sundeck – just a small portion open with a Jacuzzi,” said Cantiere delle Marche’s Vasco Buonpensiere. “They created an alcove, a cosy place up there for the two of them, so the crew can’t go there.”


Imagery courtesy of Jim Raycroft.

The sundeck aboard this 73 metre Feadship superyacht is the ideal spot for relaxation, and is outfitted more like the interior of a beach house than an outdoor patio. Loungers with optional shading sit aft, while forward is a spa pool with a bar and dining sofa. Designed inside and out by RWD, with space and on board living in mind, Lunasea encapsulates that ‘home away from home’ feeling.

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Feadship   73 m •   2017


Credit: Guillaume Plisson

Skat’s standout feature is hard to miss, with the generous Jacuzzi and sun beds sitting forward of the spacious sundeck. Sitting atop this striking vessel, the sundeck draws attention and offers the best seat in the house for watching those sunsets and sunrises. The iconic, military-inspired Lürssen superyacht offers an unexpected calm and clean interior – something you wouldn’t expect from its exterior.

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Lurssen   70.7 m •   2002


Long considered an essential item on board any proper superyacht, a bubbling spa pool is a sure sign that guests are in for a truly luxurious and relaxing experience. We round up some of the best examples from around the world, starting with the sundeck centrepiece of Andiamo...

This 47.6 metre Baglietto T-Line yacht boasts a sprawling superyacht sundeck that measures 140 square metres, offering chaise longues, armchairs, a bar area, games table and dining table. But the star of the show is undoubtedly the 2,200 litre glass-fronted pool, which is continually fed by a closed-circuit waterfall system that circulates water over a sloped pane of glass connected to the hardtop.

Photo: Emilio Bianchi

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Baglietto   47.6 m •   2017

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Baglietto   47.6 m •   12 guests • Price from €255,000 p/w


Delivered by Gulf Craft in March 2017, 47.6 metre Sehamia epitomises luxury living on a superyacht. The central feature of her aft deck is the enormous oval spa pool, which is ingeniously filled by an on-board waterfall. This imaginative design means that, when in use, a curtain of cascading water pours between the saloon and the upper deck on its way to fill the pool, simulating the sounds of a tropical waterfall. Relaxing in the pool therefore creates an effect of synaesthesia, engaging all of the senses for a superior experience. The second hull in the Majesty 155 series, Sehamia can accommodate up to 18 guests plus nine crew members.

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Gulf Craft   47.6 m •   2017

Polar Star

Credit: Stuart Pearce

When the owner of Polar Star set about refitting this 63 metre Lürssen explorer yacht at MB92 in 2016, the spa pool was a key priority. Out went the old circular hexagonal tub, to be replaced by a more modern rectangular pool with a glass side that allows the effect of the underwater lighting to be appreciated by guests relaxing nearby.

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Lurssen   65.17 m •   2005

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Lurssen   65.17 m •  12 guests •  €54,000,000


Most superyacht hot tubs need to be drained when cruising and refilled when moored up, creating inconvenient delays for those looking to take a quick dip. The waiting time is trimmed to just 40 minutes on the 49.6 metre Admiral superyacht Ouranos, whose fast-filling hot tub holds a massive 4,000 litres of water — that's the equivalent of 50 average-sized bath tubs.

Photo: Olga Logvina

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Admiral - The Italian Sea Group   49.9 m •   12 guests • Price from €225,000 p/w


Having a great view out from your superyacht spa pool is essential, and guests on board 55 metre Amels yacht Elixir get a view that is hard to beat. With glass panels on all sides, the panoramic vistas from this ideal relaxation spot are impressive to say the least.

This spa pool can also be covered up when shade is needed, and when it’s time for liquid refreshment the backlit onyx bar is only a few steps away. Currently available for charter through Y.CO, Elixir boasts accommodation for 12 guests with a crew of 12 on hand to cater for your every whim.

Photo: Christopher Scholey

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Amels   55 m •   2016

Pegasus VIII

Jump (literally) from this spectacular octagon-shaped hot tub aboard the 78.60 metre Royal Denship Pegasus VIII to a nightclub, which accommodates up to 50 guests. Unwind with a glass of bubbly ahead of an evening spent on the raised dancefloor, complete with a smoke machine and two bars – or simply retreat the morning after the night’s dramas. Well, as much drama as you can have while on a near 80 metre superyacht...

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Royal Denship   78.6 m •   2003

Take a look at the best superyacht hot tubs, including Crescent 117's sheltered nook sundeck and Polar Star's private Jacuzzi deck...

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