New superyacht concept is planned to be a sailing wellness resort

It's like a floating spa retreat.
  • A stunning wellness-focused superyacht concept has been created by British design house, Olesinski
  • It would be built by German builders, Dörries Yachts
  • The vessel is equipped with an infinity and plunge pool, spa bath, massage room, and aesthetics salon

Published on Dec 19, 2023 at 10:59AM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 19, 2023 at 5:31PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray
New superyacht concept is planned to be a sailing wellness resort

Wish you could sail off into the sunset? This stunning wellness-focused superyacht concept allows you to truly get away from it all.

It was created by British design house, Olesinski, in collaboration with German builders, Dörries Yachts.

Rather than the usual hustle and bustle of life on the ocean, this superyacht concept is all about wellness.

READ MORE! The luxury superyacht that Tyson Fury rents for five figures a day is one of the most lavish in the world

The 70-metre concept is a small slice of heaven in comparison to Jeff Bezos’ vessel and this megayacht with two helipads.

The superyacht has been christened ‘Rise’.

“The concept is simple,” explained managing director Justin Olesinski.

“Provide a no-compromise spa zone that has every luxury.”

The four-deck superyacht is equipped with an infinity pool, spa bath, plunge pool, massage room and aesthetics salon, found beyond the patio doors.

Guests can luxuriate and really take some R&R across five calming cabins.

And the lucky primary charter guest will stay in the master cabin.

Not only is it a calming space to relax and sleep, it also features a separate dressing room, office and private terrace.

The boat also hosts a fully-equipped gym on the lower deck.

A lift serving three floors will whisk you there effortlessly so you can work up a sweat on your workout – not a staircase.

If time on the water is your idea of zen, the vessel also features storage for a 10-metre tender.

A six-metre inflatable and fleet of Jetskis also bring fun to the surf.

The minds at Olesinski didn’t pluck the relaxing design out of the air.

In fact, the wellness offerings of Rise were put together under the advice of experts from Coral Spa Consultants and Gym Marine.

The design house also had several charter captains and hotel spa consultants give their thoughts on relaxation at sea.

Fancy more fun aboard? This superyacht features its own pizza oven and outdoor movie theatre.

Plus this party boat even has a nightclub.

And with a calm yet efficient crew making for relaxed guests, staff quarters feature a “clever layout that enables them to provide the ultimate service,” added Henning Dörries of Dörries Yachts.

“Our hope is that Rise will appeal to a client who wants a unique yacht with wellness at the heart of the design but also with Northern European build quality; without the need to wait years in order to start the build.”

Rise would be fitted with a diesel electric engine and pod drives.

Construction is estimated to take around 36 months.

You might be interested in

Related Articles

The new Maserati GranCabrio Trofeo makes its debut and it'll take your breath away
World's first silent mask means you can hold full conversations in public without being heard
Former Apple employee says there's only one real way to save your iPhone's battery
NEOM reveals when phase one of 'The Line' will be complete
Inside secret hangars concealing America's $2 billion state-of-the-art stealth aircraft
Everything you can do onboard the world’s biggest cruise ship boasting power matching 120 LaFerraris
Dubai hosts first-ever jet suit race that's 'exactly like Iron Man'
'Tetra' superyacht concept 'flies' over water and looks like an Imperial 'Star Wars' spaceship