19 Luxury Sailboat Interiors To Make You Drool

Curious what the fanciest sailboats look like inside? Here are interior pics that might make you want to give up your house.

Have you ever dreamed of moving onto a sailboat? Well, if the idea that boat life is uncomfortable has been stopping you, then you might want to reconsider!

Both monohulls and catamarans now have modern amenities, like a dishwasher, home office, washing machine, and even a jacuzzi! If you’ve got a couple of million dollars stashed in the bank, you can now get the equivalent of a luxury condo on the water. But unlike a traditional condo, you could sail around the world in her. 

Forget the image of the scruffy cruiser who doesn’t have enough fresh water for showering and barters cheap sunglasses for mangos on the beach. Aboard these luxury yachts, you can enjoy home comforts in remote destinations like Polynesia and Madagascar. 

Ready to dream? We’ve collected some of the most drool-worthy luxury sailboat interiors that will make you want to ditch your house for a life on the high seas. Take a look!

1) Sunreef 60

Photo Credit: Sunreef Catamarans

The Sunreef 60 is a sailing catamaran offering a staggering 2,450 square feet of living space.

The interior is modern and minimalistic, featuring many lacquered white surfaces, making her unique compared to other sailboats on the market. The salon has a large galley, a generous dining table with a sofa, and a modern nav station facing the forward cockpit.

The hulls offer an enormous area, which is fully customizable. The standard layout features four large guest cabins and an opulent master suite with a walk-in wardrobe, TV, sofa, and a massive modern bathroom. 

The forward cockpit—which Sunreef calls “bow terrace”—has a jacuzzi, wet bar and BBQ, and plenty of space for relaxing. Not bad, huh?

2) Oyster 595

Photo Credit: Oyster Yachts

The interior of the Oyster 595 merges the features of a classic bluewater cruiser and a roomy, contemporary interior. While there are fiddles for bracing when the monohull heels and a large nav desk, the salon area is bright and comfortable thanks to the high cabin roof and wrap-around windows. The forward-looking ones open to provide excellent ventilation at anchor. 

The Oyster 595 features an open longitudinal galley and a salon settee that seats six people and turns into a day bed. On the other side of the salon, there’s an oversized couch to relax on.

There are multiple cabin configuration options for the 595. We like the interior layout with an aft master suite, a v-berth, two guest cabins, and a large head. 

3) Lagoon 60

Photo Credit: Lagoon

The Lagoon 60 offers a luxurious and stable platform on the water. 

The whole deck is on the same level with flush flooring, so both aft and forward cockpits are accessible from the salon, making this catamaran feel ginormous. 

The salon has large vertical windows that provide plentiful natural light. The plush sofa is large enough to seat six people comfortably, plus two on the bench next to it. 

Behind it, there’s a spacious galley with a small breakfast bar for two. On the other side of the boat, an L-shaped settee seats six. If you want to host a party, you can sit eight more people at the cockpit table.

Down below, there are four cabins. Three have big walk-around beds, while one has twin beds. The master cabin has a dedicated bathroom, shower stall, and separate head.

The Lagoon 60 comes in different configurations. You can choose between a galley-up—the one we’ve described here—and a galley-down version. 

4) Beneteau Oceanis Yacht 60

Photo Credit: Beneateau

While the Oceanis Yacht 60 is a monohull, its interior is spacious and bright, just like a cat’s. It’s even available in a three-cabin version with three heads.

The galley is unique for a monohull—it’s at the center of the boat and extends across the entire width. The sink, countertops, oven, and dishwasher are on the starboard side, and the fridge/freezer and storage cupboards are on the port side.

The salon area has a table that sits six and a large sofa. The chart table is curved, so the person in charge of navigation can easily chat with the crew. 

The furniture is lined with LED lighting, so the interior stays bright even after sundown.

5) Hallberg-Rassy 69

Photo Credit: www.hallberg-rassy.com L Fruchaud

The Hallberg-Rassy 69 is a modern take on a classic sailboat interior. It’s located on one level from bow to stern and has eight portlights, which let lots of natural light in.

The galley is on the starboard side and is L-shaped, providing a safe cooking space while underway. In front of it, there’s a salon table surrounded by two couches, which can sit six people. On the port side are two armchairs and a classic-looking chart table. 

As for berths, there are a master suite with a walk-in closet and private head, two large guest cabins, two heads, and a deckhand cabin.

Even more impressive is the walk-in engine room, which is easily accessible to maintain and service the 6-cylinder Volvo Penta 300-horsepower engine.

6) Arcona 465

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Built entirely of carbon, the Arcona 465 is a luxury performance cruiser that can sail as fast as 24 knots. Everything on board this monohull is constructed to keep this boat light and efficient on the water.

The interior is classic with contemporary twists, like the high portlights, which brighten the salon. All furniture is made of handcrafted wood.

At the stern, there are a V-berth with an enclosed head and two guest cabins. The salon area has a galley, a settee with a big table, two armchairs, and a second head.

The Arcona 465 comfortably accommodates four people, but if you’re going on an ocean crossing, you can squeeze another one or two crew in.

7) XC 47

Photo Credit: https://www.x-yachts.com/

The XC 47 merges modern and traditional design elements: she features long deck windows, a classic chart table, a substantial forward hatch, and an enclosed galley with a top-down fridge.

The standard layout includes two aft cabins, a head in the salon, and a master v-berth with an enclosed head. 

The galley is on the port side and nearly fully enclosed, offering safety at sea. The salon has a U-shaped couch with a dining table and a bench in front of it. 

If you don’t need a second guest cabin, you can opt for a utility room on the starboard side of the stern. This room can be furnished with a washing machine, freezer, sink, and storage.

8) Fontaine Pajot Alegria 67

Photo Credit: : Fountaine Pajot – Gilles Martin-Raget

Got a crew of 10? They can all fit comfortably in the Alegria 67—a luxurious catamaran manufactured by Fontaine Pajot.

There’s no transition between the salon and the cockpit at deck level, so you have an incredible 800 square feet of living space. And that doesn’t include the forward deck, which features a jacuzzi and two couches.

The galley has an oven, full-size refrigerator, freezer, gas stove, sink, dishwasher, and microwave. 

The Alegria 67 offers a range of layouts. Our favorite one features an owner’s suite with a private head, four guest cabins, and three heads. 

There’s also a galley-down version with three guest cabins. This layout is perfect for cruising with a chef—they can cook down below while you entertain or relax at deck level. It also works well if you do most of the cooking on the BBQ in the cockpit and don’t need the extra cabin.

9) Jeanneau 55

Photo Credit: Gilles MARTIN-RAGET

The Jeanneau 55’s interior stands out because of its white and light wood panels and the light gray upholstery. It looks very contemporary.

Two guest cabins with private heads are located aft and are accessible via dedicated companionways from the cockpit. This is a cool feature if you have new crew on board.

The owner’s suite is in the bow and takes up two-thirds of the interior—it’s a small apartment with lots of living space and an enormous head. 

The salon area has a large longitudinal galley with four fridge/freezer compartments on one side and an L-shaped couch with two tables—one extendable—on the other. This setup allows everyone to get up at any time. Clever!

10) Contest 50CS

Photo Credit: Contest Yachts

The Contest 50CS is a modern monohull with an innovative transom window that allows light to shine through to the salon. Because of the 50CS’s wide beam and broad waterline, the interior space is enormous for a 50-foot sailboat.

As you step down into the companionway, you see a giant couch that extends on both sides of the hull. On the port-hand side, there’s a linear two-sided galley with lots of fridge/freezer storage. On starboard, there’s a large nav station.

On board is an aft master cabin with a private head and an island berth. A double guest cabin is standard in the bow next to a head. You can add an optional third cabin with bunks, an office, or a workshop.

The interior looks premium and modern. This is the first time we’ve seen mini-ridge flexible wood paneling on a boat, and we like it!

11) HH 66

Photo Credit: HH Catamarans

The HH 66 is a luxury performance catamaran that can sleep up to nine people. It’s built to be light but robust and offers unparalleled performance on the water.

The HH 66 comes with either an aft or forward helm. The forward helm is inside the salon, while you can control all the lines from the forward cockpit. 

The galley is on the starboard side and features an island, which makes cooking as a couple or group easy. The salon is huge and has two large sofas. 

Depending on your space requirements, you can choose between a three or four-cabin layout with three or four heads.

The luxury is in the details—the HH 66 has air conditioning that can run in silent mode for days on the batteries. 

12) Spirit SY 111

Photo Credit: Spirit Yachts

Looking for a classic luxury superyacht that will take you back in time? Check out the Spirit SY 111—a 111-foot-long custom vessel. 

The exterior is based on a classic 1930s yacht design with low profiles and long overhangs. The interior’s warm, soft, flowing walls were designed to resemble Antelope Canyon in Arizona. 

There are no straight lines inside this yacht—even the beds are oval>  The flow create a seamless and organic space where each room has a focal point. It’s a work of art, designed to look beautiful now and in 100 years. 

We don’t know all the details of her interior, but the SY 111 seems to sleep up to 10 people. 

13) ICE Targa 62

Photo Credit: Ice Yachts

The ICE Targa 62 is a performance cruiser monohull suitable for solo sailing made in Italy. 

She can comfortably accommodate three couples with three cabins and two large heads. 

The spacious U-shaped galley has an induction stove, oven, double sink, and fridge/freezer. The salon area is enormous, with a long L-shaped dinette and a couch that sits up to four people. 

The garage is huge for a 62-foot vessel—it’s big enough to fit a tender with a 10-foot rigid keel! Don’t worry about getting this on and off the boat—two electric winches will help you get the job done even in choppy anchorages.

14) Rapido 60

Photo Credit: Rapido Trimarans

The Rapido 60 is a trimaran built to achieve impressive speeds in comfort. Apparently, you can cook while cruising at 14 knots upwind! 

In terms of interior space, it’s a little bit smaller than a 60-foot monohull—260 square feet. That’s because the hulls must be narrow for exceptional sailing performance. 

The main hull is divided into two floors. At the same level as the cockpit, there’s a spacious modern galley with an induction stove, sink, fridge/freezer drawers, and oven. 

In front of it, there’s a chart table and an L-shaped couch with a small flip-up table. The couch turns into a bed. 

Down below, there’s a roomy master cabin with a private head. Under the cockpit, there are a second cabin and a guest head.

15) Baltic 80 Custom

Photo Credit: Baltic Yachts

This custom yacht is built for fast cruising and offers luxury and functional living. Everything inside her, including the spacious head, looks like it belongs in a 5-star hotel. 

The salon combines the relaxed look of a coffee shop with smart premium finishes on the bulkhead and headliner. Inside, there are an L-shaped settee with a dining table and a plush couch. 

The longitudinal galley, which looks modern and minimalistic, has three fridge/freezer storage spaces, which looks modern and minimalistic. 

The Baltic 80 accommodates six people in three double cabins and two crew cabins. With such a long waterline, there’s plenty of space for everyone to relax, chat, cook, and hang out.

16) Moody DS 54

Photo Credit: Moody

The Moody DS 54 has been cleverly designed to create the sense of space you usually get when you step on board a 60-foot yacht. 

The salon is at deck level, offering 360-degree panoramic views of your surroundings. The galley is spread between the port and starboard sides, providing ample cooking and chopping space. By it, there is a large salon table and couch and a nav station.

The cabin layout can be customized to fit up to six berths (three cabins) and three heads—each with its shower. The master cabin is in the bow, while the guest cabins are under the deck salon.

17) Dufour 61

Photo Credit: Dufour

The Dufour 61 is one of the most spacious monohulls on the market—it can sleep up to nine people! 

It’s also one of the most customizable boats out there. You can choose between a front galley located by the v-berth and a longitudinal galley by the companionway. Both options offer lots of counter space; however, the front galley has two U-shaped sections on both sides of the hull.

All layouts include a roomy salon so a big family can eat and relax comfortably down below. The master cabin is in the bow. 

The interior of the Dufour 61 is exceptionally bright thanks to the white paneling, the sheer number of hatches, and the beautiful light-colored upholstery.

18) CNB 66

Photo Credit: CNB Yachts

The interior of the CNB 66 is designed to separate the owner’s quarters from the crew’s cabin. 

The owner’s area is located towards the bow and features three double cabins. The aft area is dedicated to the crew. 

The salon is raised and located above the crew’s quarters and the engine room. It’s spacious, even though there are huge couches in the cockpit, which is very close by. 

The longitudinal galley features a gas burner, a double sink, a fridge/freezer area, and lots of counter space.

The CNB 66 garage is longitudinal and organized so efficiently that you can board your tender in less than a minute. 

19) Leopard 50

Photo Credit: Leopard

The Leopard 50 is one of the most luxurious catamarans out there.

The galley and salon area is roomy, with lots of space to walk around. A nav station towards the bow allows you to keep a good watch from inside at night or in bad weather.

You can choose between three, four, and five-cabin configurations. 

The three-cabin layout dedicates a whole hull to the owner’s quarters. This means a massive private head, a grand bedroom, many wardrobes, and a vanity table. All the cabins come with island berths and much storage space. 

If you’re a liveaboard, you can add a utility room for additional freezers and a washing machine.

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