Watching schooners and yachts sail by is a breeze thanks to this corner overlooking the water. During the day, the owners can sunbathe on the chaise, and at night, they can curl up, catch the sunset and enjoy a glass of wine.
The petite sitting area inside this yacht feels delightfully posh with a curved sectional (smart for the small space), blue graphic rug and coffee table. Blue accent pillows bring more color up into the room.
This extraordinary outdoor space includes a protected multi-yacht dockage area which includes a lift for a 50-foot+ boat. The home's location just off the Intracoastal Waterway makes boating a popular outdoor activity.
The sun-soaked town of Portofino, Italy was once a small fishing village. Now it attracts the yachts-and-summer-home crowd. A Mediterranean villa clings to the hillside, built in a style that launched a thousand McMansions in the United States.
Who needs dry land to be at home and what could be better than waking up in a new place every day? This 40-foot-long vessel sleeps seven, offering enough space for the homeowners to have guests and can be seen only on HGTV’s House Hunters International.
When you live in Italy, it only makes sense to pair your breakfast with beautiful vistas. Visitors need only to open the sliding glass door, step onto the private patio and sip their espresso while yachts sail across the water.
A vintage yacht-inspired bar with beadboard, louvered paneling and outrigger brackets evokes a 1930s nautical feel and is the centerpiece of the great room. Exposed wood beams bring architectural detail to the ceiling, while reclaimed elm adds rustic style to the floor.