The Boadicea in Palma. | Gabriel Alomar

Palma’s Club de Mar has never handled so many super and mega yachts in a season for decades; if indeed ever. Two more luxury yachts moored up in the yacht club today.

Once owned by the Australian media mogul Reg Grundy, who was responsible for  series like Neighbours and Young Doctors, Boadicea was one of the yachts on quay seven. The 70.5 metre yacht boasts seven bedrooms, a rooftop swimming pool, a cinema, several sundecks, gold-plated taps, a gym and multiple bars. There are 25 full-time crew. When launched, it was the fifty-sixth largest private yacht in the world.

The other yacht was Lauren L, which sleeps 40 guests in 20 staterooms. Special features include a presentation suite, cinema, library, grand piano bar and large saloons, while the deck spaces are vast and can be set out with dining tables along with groups of sofas and armchairs. Lauren L’s impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make it the ideal charter yacht for socialising and entertaining with family and friends. The 90-metre yacht is available for charter at just under 700,000 euros per week plus expenses.