The working vacation: one report estimates that 30% of employees do office work while on vacation.
Sure, you can call it an oxymoron, but in reality, many corporate executives mix business with pleasure when spending time away from the office.
Increasingly, the largest yachts available for luxury mega yacht charter are being designed with the business traveler in mind – whether it’s via a small desk to check emails, or a complete media room for meetings and conferences.
The most common design is an area adjacent to the master cabin, which can serve as both an office or a sitting room.
The least common, but starting to appear in more and more superyachts is the dedicated meeting center. Normally not part of the master suite, these dedicated media spaces are often on a separate deck, with room for conducting business and holding meetings or small conferences.
Whether formal or casual in design, most office spaces onboard yachts feature built-in internet connections, video screens, storage space, and most importantly – privacy.
Let’s look at some modern onboard office areas:
Motoryacht MI SUENO – the study is part of the owner’s suite and features comfort, privacy, and the latest in technology.
Concept Feadship motoryacht BREATHE – still on the drawing board, Feadship yacht charter enthusiasts eagerly await the most radical desinged yacht by the esteemed builder. In lieu of a small owner’s office, the main dining room on the main deck can easily be converted into a conference room. (Thanks to a reader for the edit!)
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