oth the beach club and the spa are also tied
together via geography, this time through a Capri-
inspired décor. The beach club is a transitional space
between the exterior and interior; a luxurious and
relaxing halfway house. Lime-washed oak panels give
the space a bright feel and there is a huge bar complete
with matching bar stools, dining table and sofas. Teak
flooring helps bridge the inside and outside spaces,
but a custom pattern removes any hint of the industrial.
Through a side door to starboard is a sauna, ice fountain
and shower, which leads onto a foldout swim platform.
On the bridge deck, the spa features a citrus theme.
The Lemon Grove is a dedicated relaxation room, with
carved stone lemon trees climbing the walls. There is
a Hammam, a hair salon, a massage room with
Capri-themed painted walls and a day head with a
bold honey onyx vanity and mosaic floor. The stone
floors throughout have been hand-chipped to give a
soft, aged feel. Aft of the spa is the impressively
equipped modern gym, complete with four live lemon
trees, which leads out to the twelve-metre long infinity
pool and Jacuzzi. This space is primarily for lounging
and relaxing, with plenty of integrated sunbeds and
built-in seating around the bar. A rain shower appears
from the ceiling on one side, while on the other a
hanging chair is a playful touch.