Quintessentially One Superyacht

One owner isn't enough for the Quintessentially One Superyacht. Billed as the "world's largest floating private members' club," the 220-meter craft will tour the world, serving as a place for members of its titular club to stay after taking in events like the Monaco Grand Prix or Cannes Film Festival. When it's not docked at an event, it will operate as a hotel, with an onboard restaurant and plenty of amenities. It's currently being built and fitted in Norway and Italy, and should make its maiden voyage by 2020.

  • Free Spirit Spheres

    Floating in a grove of cedar and maple trees, the Free Spirit Spheres offers treehouse accommodations in the rainforest of Vancouver Island. Each of the three suspended domes varies in size and comes equipped with sleeping for two, a dining table, built-in speakers, purified drinking water, and a circular window to admire the lush coastal environment. The first two models are hand-craft from Sitka Spruce, while the newest addition is made from a vivid yellow fiberglass with a black walnut interior and more spacious living area. When you're ready to leave your pod, Horne Lake Caves, Parksville Beach, and the Lighthouse Country Regional Trail are all at your disposal.

  • Wisdom Woods

    There's no better place to recharge than the Great Outdoors, and Wisdom Woods is making it more accessible than ever with their private retreat center. Located deep in the Wisconsin forest, their aim is to help you relax and unwind, whether that means sweating it out in the sauna or biking through the mid-western snow. Accommodations include both cabins and glamping sites, and aside from the more calming amenities like hot tubs and campfires, the camp also offers fishing, boating, hiking, and access to a private beach.

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