Cruise around New Zealand on the 'Belle Aimee'
WATER SPORTS: A huge variety of water sports make for an adventure-filled cruise that's fun for the whole family.
HOLD YOUR BREATH: Propel yourself through the water using the yacht's Seabob.
TAKE A DIP: Rows of pillows ring the deck's hot tub.
LUXURIOUS SUITES: With a king-size bed, lounging area, dressing room, and spa tub, the enormous master suite is as wide as the yacht itself.
PEACE AND QUIET: A cozy private study adjoins the master suite, making for a quiet place to work or relax.
DECADENT DINING: Guests enjoy customised meals cooked by a professional chef and served by Silver Service-certified stewardesses.
BRIDGE DECK LOUNGE: Play with vintage toys, listen to music from a 1950s jukebox, or choose from the 3,000 movies available in the yacht's Kaleidescape entertainment system.
OUTDOOR DINING: You can also enjoy your professionally-cooked meals outside on the bridge deck.
REST AND RELAX: The sun deck's bar area can be fully covered with canopies or left open to the sky.
MOVIE NIGHT: Watch movies under the stars on the spacious upper deck.
DEEP SEA DIVING: Belle Aimee has equipment for any kind of dive. It even has microscopes and manuals to analyse the day's aquatic discoveries.
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Travelling by superyacht should be fun for everyone involved.
Completed by Dutch shipbuilders Amels in 2010, the 171-foot "Belle Aimee" went under an interior renovation earlier this year and offers something for every member of the family.
Guests can take advantage of the yacht's huge supply of water sports equipment, including wakeboards, kneeboards, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, and trampoline.
Or they can just relax and select one of the 3,000 movies available on the yacht's entertainment system.
The yacht can be chartered through Webster Associates for customised, family-focused trips to New Zealand or Fiji.
Starting next summer, the Belle Aimee will also be making trips to Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Vietnam, and other exotic destinations in the South Pacific.
Price tag: US$250,000 ($299,580) a week.
- Business Insider