The largest private residence yacht on the water – 196 metre superyacht The World – has welcomed back residents on board and will resume her extensive sailing program after more than a year in July 2021. We take a look inside her interiors to reveal the luxury apartments and facilities on offer to those who call her home.
Apartments on board The World
The World has a total of 165 luxury residences on board and an average occupancy of 150 to 200 people at a time. There are currently 150 families originating from 20 different countries residing on board in apartments ranging from studio size to three-bedroom homes.
There are a total of six communal restaurants for residents to enjoy on board The World. Dishes served are inspired by the current location in which the superyacht is moored, with the culinary team sourcing ingredients from local markets, sometimes joined by residents on their excursions. Pictured above is Marina, a steakhouse with breathtaking views to the outdoors.
A three-bedroom residence such as the one pictured above offers an inviting grand foyer, a kitchen filled with premium cooking appliances, a dining area, three full bathrooms, a personal library, a living room with a fireplace and generous balcony space from which to enjoy the ever-changing views.
With outdoor balconies running the length of The World, residents can opt to enjoy sleeping under the stars in an al fresco “bali bed” for an atmospheric experience in warm weather climates.
The swimming pool
The World offers an on-board spa centre for residents to enjoy treatments and fitness activities, including a swimming pool and a fitness deck with outdoor equipment and machines that help you stay in shape while taking in the ocean views.
Fredy’s Deli Marketplace
Residents on board The World can head to Fredy’s Deli Marketplace to pick up groceries or snacks to prepare in their own kitchen.
Fredy’s Deli, a casual communal dining spot on board The World that’s perfect for breakfast, offering fresh and local foods from around the globe and coffees prepared by the on-board barista.
East restaurant serves both traditional and innovative Asian menus inspired by the cuisines of Japan, China, Thailand, and India. Expect dishes such as sushi and sashimi.
The wine vault
One of the unique features on board The World is an extensive wine vault. Over 14,000 bottles from 19 countries are stored on board, with restaurant menus offering an extensive selection of over 1,100 wines to pair with your dinner. The are also plenty of curated experiences for wine connoisseurs to enjoy on board; The World’s head sommelier welcomes select winemakers aboard to discuss wine production and pairing with the residents, while in port residents are invited on exclusive visits to vineyards around the world, some of which have not opened their doors to visitors in years.
When the weather permits residents can dine al fresco at Tides restaurant, which offers health-conscious Mediterranean-style cuisine such as fresh homemade pasta, accompanied by a backdrop of ocean views.
Bars on board The World
A cocktail from one of the numerous on-board bars can be enjoyed al fresco while taking in the ever-changing scenery from one of The World‘s lounge spaces.
The World at sea
The World will resume her sailing program in summer 2021 with stops scheduled in the Greek islands, Cyprus, Croatia, Italy, France, Spain and the Madeira Islands. In the latter part of the year, she will head to the Caribbean and Central America to explore Bermuda, The Bahamas, the British Virgin Islands, the Leeward Islands, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands, Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, Panama and Guatemala.