Trying to decide on a destination for your second home? Blue World Voyages is offering the chance to make the world your second home, with the announcement of its advanced registration program for onboard luxury residences, a chance to live and relax while sailing across the world.
Blue World Voyages, the first active lifestyle cruise line, is now accepting advance registration for Owners Club residences onboard its first ship, to launch in 2020. Interested buyers will be the first to receive updates and have priority status to purchase luxury one- and two-bedroom residences. The completely refurbished 350-guest vessel designed and styled by top marine design architects Tomas Tillberg International and acclaimed interior design firm Juan Poggi Designs.
“We are pushing boundaries in the luxury travel market with these Owners Residences to provide an entirely new experience for global travelers,” says Fredy Dellis, co-founder of Blue World Voyages and former president and CEO of The World at ResidenSea, the first private residential community-at-sea. “As interest in niche cruises surges, along with the continued rise of the healthy lifestyle market, we expect this unique combination to appeal to sophisticated travelers who would want to own a home at sea.”
Two full upper decks will be reserved exclusively for Owner Residences. The ship will accommodate between 24 and 40 one- and two-bedroom residences. Each will feature a split-level design with a spacious living area that opens to a large balcony. The second level will include master and guest bedrooms, both with walk-in closets and luxurious baths. The master bedroom will have its own private balcony, which can accommodate an outdoor bed for sleeping under the stars. Owners will have the choice of two styles for their fully-furnished homes: Classic or Contemporary.
The inaugural vessel will have two full decks entirely dedicated to sports, wellness and spa amenities, including a functional training and strength conditioning center, Hank Haney Golf School, soccer simulators, batting cages, basketball court, fitness studios for yoga, spinning and TRX, plus the largest per guest spa afloat with a relaxing therapy tub, indoor and outdoor treatment rooms and solarium.
There will be three pools, including, when docked, a seawater lap pool that will be lowered directly into the ocean adjacent to the vessel for guests to swim in the deep blue depths.
Locally-sourced farm-to-table cuisine and active shore excursions including snorkeling, scuba diving, golf, hiking, kayaking, cycling, running, and more will round out the guest experience.
“With good health the core focus of Blue World Voyages, we are the first and only cruise line to have a vice president of wellness as part of our executive team,” says Dellis. “… It is going to be the most robust health and wellness vacation offering in the market.”
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