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4 tips for designing the perfect superyacht gym

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Dedicate space to your on board gym

Make sure your superyacht gym has a home, like this one on Lady Britt

Words by Rebecca Cahilly

There’s a growing trend for incorporating a love of fitness into the world of luxury yachting, shown most strongly in the development of superyacht gyms. What was once considered a bonus room, the on board gym has become an essential design feature and one that can make or break your chances of chartering out your yacht.

We bring you four tips for designing the best superyacht gym, which starts with dedicating a space to working out.

Personal preference will dictate where is best to place your gym, but what’s most important is you find a dedicated space for this. You could simply section out part of the beach club, give the gym its own room on one of the decks or even choose an area outside to exercise in. The gym on Lady Britt makes the best of both worlds with a bright, spacious design and wide views of the sea.

First published in ShowBoats International, May 2011

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