I suppose if we were an ordinary family we would be at a zoo, enjoying animal encounters from behind a secure pane of glass. Instead, after a short tender ride from sailboat to shore, I found myself barefoot on a balmy Bahamian island, staring down a pack of giant iguanas. Lily Cross remembers a magical family holiday exploring the Exuma Islands by sailboat - link in bio. #superyachtlife
It is so much fun to see the kids enjoying themselves – they seem to make friends in a flash in the marinas. Fatih Aslanoba explains why his yacht is so special to him and his daughter, Lila, on our website - link in bio. #humansofyachting #superyachtlife
A yacht for the family. Video: @amels_holland #superyachtlife
When his sailing yacht Dunia Baru was launched, Mark Robba's son Colby was just two years old. Four years on, he’s seen him reap the benefits of superyacht life first-hand. Colby has played with the children of Moken Sea Gypsies on the beach in the Mergui Archipelago, walked with Komodo dragons and snorkelled with manta rays in Raja Ampat. Not a bad bunch of life experiences for a six year-old. Full story - link in bio.
Have you been missing out on one of the most beautiful slices of the Aegean coast? Discover three ways to enjoy the Turkish Riviera - link in bio. Photo: @jeffbrown.breedmedia
Alexis Vincent started diving in his early twenties and discovered it was ‘love at first breath.’ After stints as a dive instructor at top hotels in the Maldives and beyond, he and his wife launched @original_dive_butler, to cater to the growing trend for private instructors on superyachts. Alexis recalls some of his most memorable dives over the course a career spent beneath the surface, from mantas in the Maldives to humpback whales in the Dominican Republic - link in bio. Photo: Nick Fenley