Gym memberships and detox diets might have petered out for most in January, but for charter guests who want to continue on their wellness journey – Y.CO’s launch of Pure – The Superyacht Retreat might well be the answer.
photo credit Quin Bisset
For fitness and nutrition, the charter, brokerage and management firm is partnering with Chelsea-based private members’ club KX to offer on board personal training and workout sessions including yoga, boxing, ballet and circuits – alongside food programmes created by specialist nutrition consultants.
For facials, they have arguably bagged the best in the business. The FT’s How to Spend It talks about a handful of facialists worldwide who are passed around the cognoscenti ‘like treasured heirlooms.’ Anastasia Achilleos is one of them – and as such, getting an appointment with her can be nigh on impossible. Pure looks set to change that for superyacht guests, who will no doubt be queuing up for her famed FasciaFacials.
Other partners include Ila, lauded by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Rachel Weisz, offering guests bespoke massages, scrubs and body wraps and Elixir Clinic, who administer vitamin-fuelled drips, including their popular Post Party option.
The launch of Pure – The Superyacht Retreat follows a successful year for the charter, brokerage and management firm – and the announcement last month of Y.CO LYNK a personalised system for handling charter enquiries.
More information at y.co/yacht-charter/yco-pure
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