>>>Sleeping out at sea

Sleeping out at sea

Staying at a floating hotel no longer means sleeping in a cabin. The catamaran rooms designed by the yacht company Salt & Water are really floating bungalows with their own decks. Guests can choose when to visit the communal areas to have breakfast and when to leave to enjoy their own privacy.

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