Design and sustainability set the tone on the water too. Discover these indispensable innovations for even more comfort, enjoyment and contentment on board a luxury yacht.
“Be [...] My Friend” is a small label based in Salzburg that focuses its efforts on skincare and environmental protection. The vegan cosmetic products only contain high-quality, natural raw materials produced in Salzburg. They are multi-functional for maximum convenience: the soap also works as a shower gel, the body lotion doubles as a hand crème, and the peeling containing salt sourced from the Bad Aussee lake also works just as well as a bath essence. Prices from € 13.
Odiot, the French silversmith founded in 1690, can draw from a centuries-deep archive of designs. Jean Tétard, one of the most renowned art deco period silversmiths, has created this “Trocadero” cutlery. Available from Boutsen Design.
Teak timber is renowned for its resistance, durability and capacity to adapt to any climatic conditions. Making it a favourite material with designers given its dense fibres and impermeability. “Saler Soft” is an update to the “Saler” collection in a wood finish. The profile and teak finish brings a subtlety to the hard aluminium structure. The warmth and sensuality of the wood really come to the fore. By Gandiablasco, price on request.
As the name might suggest, the design of Silver Loft is centred around a spectacular sky lounge, which will span approx. 300 m² and feature 3.75 m floor-to-ceiling windows for exceptional views out to sea. Developed in collaboration with designer Espen Øino, this all-aluminium cruiser by SilverYachts is setting the bar.
Doing your lanes in the water with your favourite music to listen to? That’s now possible with this waterproof all-in-one Walkman. The headset works up to two metres beneath the surface. Simply transfer your music by drag and drop, then dive in for a swim with your tunes. Sony, from approx. € 180.
“All the variety, all the charm, all the beauty of life is made up of light and shadow,” wrote Leo Tolstoy in Anna Karenina. Tuuci, the Miami parasol expert, knows all about this: All products like the “Ocean Master” are both handcrafted and robust.