Aman Resorts

Yachts have been an international symbol of leisure since Dutch and English royalty first used them in the 17th century.

The next time you’re planning a vacation, consider booking a room at one of these properties with the added bonus of a speedboat, yacht, fishing boat, steamboat, or sailing ship at your disposal.

So many options with different types of deals, different types of boats. Here is our favorite ones ! 


Amanwana, Indonesia

Amanwana, Aman’s luxury tented camp in the serene nature reserve on Moyo Island, recently launched its second Amandira coastal cruiser. The 170-foot two-masted sailing ship ( pictured above ) was handmade by the Konjo tribe using traditional methods. Guests can embark on a five- or seven-night adventure and go diving or snorkeling in the pristine Indonesian archipelago.


Soneva Fushi, Maldives


Soneva Fushi, Maldives

Travelers looking to live out a castaway fantasy in the utmost luxury can stay on the Soneva in Aqua, a two-cabin yacht that departs from Soneva Fushi, for days at a time. The cushy boat is equipped with a master bedroom, a guest bedroom with a king-size bed, an additional bedroom with bunk beds, a Champagne bar, a Jacuzzi, and a glass-bottom bathtub. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of deck space for sunbathing.


Jumby Bay, a Rosewood Resort, Antigua

Jumby Bay, a Rosewood Resort, Antigua


At Jumby Bay, one of the most luxurious properties in the Caribbean, the resort’s custom-built 45-foot catamaran can be chartered for a snorkeling excursion to the surrounding reefs or a castaway experience on a nearby island ending in a picnic and romantic couple’s massage. For a real adventure, guests can circumnavigate the island on a six-hour tour with lunch and an open bar.



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