Superyacht Cloudbreak has become the latest attraction in the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos.
The 238-foot vessel, designed by Espen Oeino and boasting a luxury interior by Christian Liagre, has been the talk of the island since it docked on the weekend.
Cloudbreak, described as an adventure yacht, has been spotted recently in off-the-beaten-track locations such as Iceland, Greenland and Alaska since her delivery in 2016.
She features an 8,750-mile range and has accommodations for 12 guests and a 22-member crew.
Cloudbreak also features a large swimming pool, several sundecks, and a beach club replete with a gym, sauna, and massage room.
The fitness area, which is connected to guest staterooms by a specially designed hallway, has spin bikes, treadmills, a ballet barre, weights, kettlebells, and punching bags.
Arguably the most impressive feature is Cloudbreak’s RYA-certified (Royal Yachting Association) water-sports center; which is said to be more extensive than any other yacht’s.
The center includes equipment for myriad sports–from scuba diving to windsurfing to fishing–as well as gear for exploring on dry land.