Luxury, craftsmanship and innovation for naval architecture
At apaiser, our mission is to craft beautiful bathware, so clients and designers may create luxurious, and unforgettable bathrooms. We have always believed that a tranquil private retreat elevates both our client’s daily routine, and a guest’s hotel experience. A superyacht, or cruise aboard a luxury ship, are merely a sea borne extension of our private holiday homes and opulent holidays. So why not craft bathware for perhaps the most resplendent and indulgent of bathroom spaces? From luxury cruises to exclusive superyachts, here is a collection of some of the beautiful naval projects we have worked on.
Jubilee by Oceanco. Photo credit: Yachts International Custom stone bath. Photo credit: Ocean Yacht Charter
Jubilee by Oceanco
Launched in 2017, the Jubilee is a 110-metre custom motor yacht by Oceanco. Also known as Y714, the luxury mega yacht’s exteriors were designed by Lobanov Design and luxurious interiors by Sam Sorgiovanni. Jubilee features a displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. This vessel is also fitted with ‘zero speed stabilizers’ which work at anchor, increasing on-board comfort when the yacht is stationary, particularly in rough waters. Amenities include a gym, jacuzzi, glass lift (elevator), generous swimming pool and platform, tender garage and helipad. Accommodation is provided for a larger than usual amount of guests, with 30 guests across 15 staterooms. apaiser bathware is featured throughout with bespoke baths, stone basins and custom vanities.
Anastasia by Oceanco. Photo credit: Superyachts.com Custom stone bath and basin. Photo credit: CharterWorld
Anastasia by Oceanco
Anastasia is a 76-metre custom motor yacht built in 2008 by Oceanco. Her sweeping lines and cutting exterior are the work of Australian designer Sam Sorgiovanni, who also created the award-winning superyacht’s lavish interior. With a beam of 13.4 metres, she boasts extraordinary volumes of timeless styling, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating to create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere. Anastasia’s sleek profile features six decks, a ten-seat cinema, fully equipped gym, deck jacuzzi, large custom tenders and touch-and-go heli deck. The interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in six rooms, including a two-level owner’s suite, and 20 professional crew to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. All bathrooms feature apaiser’s custom designed baths, vanities and basins.
Aqua Mekong by Aqua Expeditions. Photo credit: Aqua Expeditions Custom stone vanity and shower base. Photo credit: Mekongboat.com
Aqua Mekong by Aqua Expeditions
62-metre Aqua Mekong charts a luxurious passage up and down the Mekong River between the Mekong Delta in Vietnam and the Kingdom of Cambodia. Designed by Saigon-based Noor Design, Aqua Expeditions’ award-winning river cruise embodies the sophistication of a five star hotel. This state-of-the-art river expedition vessel comfortably accommodates up to 40 guests in 20 designer suites, with a one-to-one staff-to-guest ratio for exceptional service. Social areas include indoor and outdoor bars, relaxed-yet-refined lounging and dining areas, a infinity plunge pool, outdoor movie theatre, screening room, observation deck, fitness centre, spa, library and boutique. With artisanal touches and interiors built entirely of local sustainable materials, the luxury expedition vessel is spacious and indulgent, yet intimate enough to feel entirely exclusive. apaiser crafted bespoke vanities and shower bases for each of the 20 suites.
M/Y White Rabbit by Echo Yachts. Photo credit: CharterWorld Custom stone vanities. Photo credit: Echo Yachts
M/Y White Rabbit by Echo Yachts
M/Y White Rabbit by Echo Yachts, Australia’s largest superyacht builder, is a 84-metre trimaran superyacht that showcases the pinnacle of 100% custom design innovation and world-leading performance efficiency. With exteriors and interiors by renowned designer Sam Sorgiovanni, the M/Y White Rabbit offers grand interior spaces, large entertaining decks, optimised energy efficiency and quiet operation with its diesel electric propulsion system. High levels of stability and ride comfort are integral to the hull design and are bolstered further by customised Naiad active motion control systems providing the ultimate in oceangoing comfort. With a maximum speed of 14.25 knots cruising at half loaded condition, M/Y White Rabbit has accommodation for 13 persons and 10 crew members. apaiser’s custom designed vanities feature throughout the grand vessel.
Scenic Spirit by Scenic Tours. Photo credit: Cruise Passenger Seascapes Bath. Photo credit: Scenic
Scenic Spirit by Scenic Tours
Scenic Spirit is an 85-metre custom-built luxury river-ship designed specifically for Mekong River conditions, with European safety and technical standards. Offering maximum space and comfort for 68 guests in 34 one-bedroom balcony suites, the river cruise offers an almost 1:1 staff-to-guest ratio for personalised service. The boutique ship with its refreshingly restrained and elegant Indochine-style interior, offers unrivalled amenities including five decks, a sleek pool, steam sauna, bar and open-air cinema. Journey the Mekong River through Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos for a unique Southeast Asia experience. Scenic Spirit showcases custom designed stone baths, basins and vanities.
Pearl 80 by Pearl Yachts. Photo credit: Pearl Yachts Sublime Basin. Photo credit: Xiamen Hansheng Yacht
Pearl 80 by Pearl Yachts
The Pearl 80 raises the bar for a luxury sport yacht with space, style and performance to spare. From the beautifully streamlined Bill Dixon exterior – complete with jet ski garage and hydraulic bathing platform – to the impressive open-plan interiors, every detail ensures that your life on the ocean is well and truly catered for. Forgoing a formal dining area, the 24-metre luxury cruising boat has an impressive full-beam, open-plan salon with low profile furnishings so there’s visibility from stem to stern. Deck spaces are conceived for outdoor entertaining and relaxing, and the yacht offers three areas for varying levels of alfresco dining. Other features include sunpads on the flybridge and the bow, a bar, grill, spa tub, transom garage and extensive specialised glazing and skylights to bathe spaces with light. Hitting a maximum speed of 35 knots, the Pearl 80 sleeps eight in four staterooms, and a crew of two. The guest bathrooms feature apaiser Sublime basins.
Pearl 95 by Pearl Yachts. Photo credit: Pearl Yachts Lunar Freestanding Basin. Photo credit: Xiamen Hansheng Yacht
Pearl 95 by Pearl Yachts
The flagship 95 series takes the sporty ethos embedded in Pearl Yachts culture into a semi-raised pilothouse design, with an exterior by Dixon Yacht Design. The largest model in the Pearl Yachts lineup, the Pearl 95 is designed to blur the boundaries between boat, sea and sky. Floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors allow incredible views, while clever touches such as glossy surfaces and white marble help reflect the light to create a bright and spacious-feeling interior. With well-appointed exterior decks, sunpads on the flybridge, a bar, jacuzzi, and a lounge and 8-seater dining area with retractable sunroof, the 29-metre yacht is perfect for entertaining al fresco. Not only is the Pearl 95 stylish, it’s fast too. With a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising range of 380 nautical miles, the superyacht can sleep up to 10 guests in five ensuite cabins and five crew members. apaiser Lunar Freestanding Basins dress the ensuites.
Barbara by Oceanco. Photo credit: Oceanco Barbara by Oceanco. Photo credit: Oceanco
Barbara by Oceanco
Once known as Oceanco Y715, Oceanco’s Barbara is a 88.5-metre motoryacht, with exterior styling and interior design by Sorgiovanni Design. The sporty vessel’s elliptical-shaped hull windows complement her organic curvilinear shape. Built for an experienced owner, the interior layout was created for specific items, such as being able to store a myriad of high-end sports equipment. A stunning ornamental element is the central stair column, where the glass elevator shaft is wrapped in a beautiful gnarled silvered root system, rising continuously through two decks. The accommodation includes a master suite, two VIP suites, and 4 additional guest staterooms. Modern and elegant, comfortable and classic, Sorgiovanni Designs has created a timeless yacht. The bathrooms feature apaiser’s custom stone baths.
Bravo Eugenia by Oceanco. Photo credit: SuperYacht Times Bravo Eugenia by Oceanco. Photo credit: Luxury Yachts
Bravo Eugenia by Oceanco
The impressive mega yacht Project Bravo (Y718) is an outstanding 109m vessel, built by the prestigious Dutch manufacturer, Oceanco. The yacht features naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architect, while her exterior design is by Nuvolari- Lenard and interiors by Reymond Langton Design. The optimised, long and slender hull is reminiscent of a sport yacht, resulting in a striking low profile. The elegant interiors are warm and inviting, where Reymond Langton worked with artisans and craftsmen to create bespoke artworks, fabrics and signature furniture pieces. Bravo Eugenia comes complete with two helicopter landing pads, a large tender garage, a wellness centre with sauna, steam room and plunge pool as well as a luxurious beach club with its own gym and movie theatre. It can accommodate up to 14 guests in seven suites and has a crew of 30. The hybrid superyacht features apaiser bespoke baths.
Explore our Cruise Collection for more information and inspirational images, or contact our sales consultants and design team for your next luxurious bathroom sanctuary.