Set sail in style with luxurious boating furniture that provides all the necessary comfort and performance for a full day on the open water. Our collection of marine furniture features pieces by top European designers manufactured with materials that can withstand the most demanding elements. Whether you are cruising the Mediterranean, island hopping in a tropical paradise, or just relaxing in your home harbor, we have the nautical know-how to outfit your pleasurecraft with premier furniture for a spectacular journey.
What materials are best suited for boat or yacht furniture?
Synthetic waterproof materials like yacht-grade fiberglass bring a modern look and uncompromising durability to marine furniture. Rausch's state-of-the-art Platform modular deep seating collection uses the same fiberglass shipwrights use to construct yacht hulls for its frame. This high-tech marine sofa sports a shiny white lacquer that lends a sleek appearance and a continuous visual connection with a yacht's exterior. Other popular synthetic options include 316 marine grade stainless steel, which provides enhanced protection against corrosion caused by salt water, and Textilene mesh sling, both of which are used in Barlow Tyrie's critically lauded Equinox line.
While modern material science has produced an array of weather-resistant technologies, nature still holds an important place on the water. Not long ago, teak was the material of choice among shipbuilders. Although few teak vessels sail the ocean these days, plenty of the finest yacht furniture still incorporates teak. This durable tropical hardwood develops a lustrous silver-grey patina over time and possesses an excellent durability against dry rot, which is why teak furniture can last a lifetime with minimal maintenance. Teak boat tables, like Arbor by Gloster, add natural beauty to the interior or deck of any boat.
What are the best seating options for my boat?
The captain's chair may be the most important seat on board, but all hands on deck deserve a spectacular seat to soak in the ocean views. While we do not offer custom-made boat seating, we do have a number of stand-alone seating choices fit for the finest superyacht.
If you are looking for vintage charm and unbeatable relaxation, Barlow Tyrie's Commodore Steamer takes inspiration from the teak deck chairs popularized with turn of the century Transatlantic cruise liners like the infamous Titanic. With an adjustable backrest and removable footrest, the Commodore is an exemplar of old-world leisure that feels right at home on today's boat decks.
For a more lightweight selection that still possesses a classic look, we recommend folding boat deck chairs like those in the Safari and Beacher collections. Combining canvas and teak, these portable seats are easy to adjust on-deck and can be brought ashore to lounge on the beach.
Those in search of a more modern look will appreciate the powder-coated aluminum and sling loungers in Mamagreen's Stripe and Allux collections. Boat sofas, made with water-resistant fabric and marine-grade frames, offer group seating to share special moments out at sea. Many of our modular deep seating collections offer robust protection against the elements and would fit right in on larger boats. Contact our customer service team to see if an item in our collection is suitable for your boat or yacht.
What is the best carpet for yachts and boats?
Once you have your sea legs, you'll want a beautiful surface to stand on. We offer a stellar selection of carpet for boats and yachts curated with performance and beauty in mind. Deck rugs should feature tight, slip-resistant weaves made from synthetic materials like woven vinyl or polypropylene that are UV-stabilized and easy to clean. In the most prestigious of superyachts, a fine wool yacht carpet complements the refined craftsmanship that defines staterooms and interior suites.
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