Article originally published on September 3, 2019
Superyacht Swimming Pools are an absolute dream right? There’s nothing better than to spend an amazing adventure at sea, with the most perfect and unique view, with a mesmerizing swimming pool at your disposal. There are many different styles and specifics that really make the pools stand out within each other. Being one of the most requested and exclusive amenities in the yachting design world, both CovetED and Luxury Yachts present the top selection of luxurious swimming pools on Superyachts!
The view on board Dream’s forward bar overlooks the massive swimming pool onboard the 106.5-metre conversion, which is split across two levels. The swimming pool has been designed for easy operation and can be emptied into a dump tank in nine minutes, either from the deck or wheelhouse.
#2 NEW SECRET
Stepping into the project 24 months before its scheduled completion, New Secret‘s owners extended the swimming pool on the main deck aft to eight metres long and it is surrounded by sun loungers, armchairs, coffee tables, and a bar.
The eight-metre sundeck pool contains 22 tonnes of freshwater warmed via waste heat recovery. It has a glass wall for watching grandchildren playing and a skylight at the bottom which sits above the main staircase. Elandess won four gongs at the Boat International Design and Innovation Awards 2019 and was delivered in 2018 by Abeking and Rasmussen with exterior and interior design by Harrison Eidsgaard.
#4 HERE COMES THE SUN
Easy to access, this long and shallow pool on board 83 metres Here Comes The Sun ends with a swim-up superyacht bar — one of the main attractions of the first Amels Limited Editions 272 yacht, which was delivered to her Beatles-loving owner in early 2017.
#5 SEVEN SINS
With a glass bottom and glass panels, the pool on the first Sanlorenzo 52 Steel yacht Seven Sins plays with transparencies, creating a spectacular effect in the superyacht beach club below. Styled inside and out by Officina Italiana Design, Seven Sins was launched in January 2017 and is the largest yacht from Sanlorenzo to date.
At the heart of the entertainment on the top deck, both the swimming pool and the spa pool on the 95-metre Lürssen superyacht Kismet are kept at the perfect temperature thanks to a generator heat-recovery system. As if that wasn’t enough, there are two further pools in Kismet’s spectacular superyacht spa, including a plunge pool for a refreshing dip after a spell in the hammam.
#7 CLOUD 9
The deep pool on the main deck of the 74-metre CRN custom yacht Cloud 9 contains 10,000 litres of water projecting wave patterns into the beach club below it. The swimming pool also had an influence on the interior styling by British studio Winch Design — a 1.5-metre deep lie-down sofa can be found in the adjacent saloon, which is ideal for relaxing after doing a couple of lengths.
#8 PLVS VLTRA
The large superyacht swimming pool on board the 74-metre Amels Limited Editions 242 yacht Plvs Vltra was one of the owner’s most important requirements. A counter-current system allows guests to get a proper workout, while the adjacent sun loungers and bar area ensure there’s plenty of room for unwinding after a serious swim.
When Feadship teamed up with CG Design to create Savannah there was a real focus on fine details, and the swimming pool is a great example of this with an intricate mosaic pattern created on the bottom. Flanked by sun pads and a massive C-shaped wrap of seating, this is an ideal spot to soak up some sun.
The aft deck pool on 69 metres Tankoa superyacht Suerte is particularly impressive. Fed by a waterfall, it holds 8,000 litres of water and features a swim-up cocktail bar so your guests can have their glass topped up without having to get out of the water. Glass panels in the base allow light to filter through to the saloon below.
The sublimely silent 66 metre ISA superyacht Okto has a real party piece — a superyacht swimming pool that can change colour. Measuring 6.5 metres by 4.5 metres, this aft-deck pool features underwater lighting that can switch from blue to red to green at the touch of a button, and a large pane of glass above the nameplate means that those relaxing on the bathing platform can also appreciate this stunning effect.