Okay, so maybe you don’t own a yacht, but I bet you’ve spent some time thinking about what it would be like to float around on one. Today’s superyachts are a billionaire’s dream and feature gorgeous interiors and “cutting-edge technology, including fixed-pitch propellers combined with a Rolls-Royce central booster jet” that lets riders cruise around at the speed of an automobile. Nice amenities for sure, but the one feature superyacht owners absolutely have to have these days has nothing to do with bedroom linens or engines. No, the latest must-have feature are waterfalls. That’s right. WATERFALLS.
In an article for BusinessInsider.com, a manager at superyacht builder Heesen Yachts said that clients are requesting waterfalls because they not only look great, but also because they can be used to create a water banner that acts as a privacy shield (you know, just in case the paparazzi are trying to snap a photo). In addition, waterfalls are also used for entertainment purposes. Gioanola says that movies can be projected onto waterfalls if the flow is cranked up. Somewhere, Robin Leach is smiling.
Where To Rent a Yacht in Miami
Just because you’re not a billionaire doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have the opportunity to live like one at least once in your lifetime. If you’re headed to South Beach and want to cruise the waterways like Mark Cuban, check out Imagine Lifestyles. Imagine Lifestyles provides a wide selection of charter rentals ranging from 54 to 108 feet, offering a “truly exclusive and customized vacation escape. To see a list of available luxury yachts from Imagine Lifestyles and boat rental listings from other providers, visit Rent It Today, the most comprehensive rental resource online.