Sail into Wellness on a Yacht of Your Own

Was your last wellness vacation a little too crowded? Have we got the solution for you!

On a wellness yacht you can float through the most beautiful seascapes in the world as your healthy, nourishing meals are prepared by a private chef.

A masseuse is on call to tend to every stiff muscle after you work out in the gym, do your laps in the heated pool and frolic with every water toy at your disposal. Also included: sauna, spa treatments and excursions to some of the most glamorous ports in the world.

There’s room for 10 to 12 people who can split the tab, and you’ll share a wellness voyage you’ll never forget.


This 240-footer puts the “super” in superyacht with a glass-enclosed climate-controlled gym with a trainer, a spa room with a masseuse/beauty therapist, Jet Skis with two licensed instructors, a kitchen with two head chefs and a pool and Jacuzzi.

For those more indulgent moments, there’s a swim-up bar and a sea-level beach club that converts into a nightclub. For playtime it has an inflatable water park and one of the longest inflatable slides ever produced for a yacht. $565,000/week


This relatively petite (at 138 feet) and relatively affordable craft prowls the Bahamas and starts every morning with a workout or yoga session and a healthy smoothie breakfast.

Watersports range from water-skiing and wakeboarding to fishing and snorkeling on those days when you aren’t hitting the links or walking the beaches on the islands.

Nutritious dinners are inspired by Bahamian cuisine and honoring all dietary requests. $130,000/week

Preference 19

At just 118 feet, Preference 19 is made for athletic and fitness enthusiasts and feels much larger than it is with deck spaces big enough for circuit training or yoga classes and an aft deck that can either be a basketball court, open-air gym or sun-kissed beach club.

Your personal trainer will show you the proper form as you work out with the battle ropes, free weights and punching bag, and you can practice your swing with fish-food golf balls. $112,000/week

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