The partnership will deliver science-based well-being experiences centered on the legendary Chenot Method to the residents of M/Y Njord
February 11, 2021: Ocean Residences Development Ltd. – creators of M/Y NJORD – and Chenot (HC International S.A.) have agreed a partnership to offer the very best in health and wellness on board M/Y NJORD, a private residential superyacht which is yet to be launched.
Chenot will operate from M/Y NJORD, offering a world-class medical spa facility, alongside their extensive health and wellness programmes. Their services include transformative wellbeing treatments, individually tailored holistic routines and preventative therapies, all based on the Chenot Method. This popular philosophy is about detoxing the body with the aim of anti-ageing, which it does by integrating and transmitting energetic, physical and emotional signals to the body. In addition, the Chenot diet, stimulate the body and mind to detoxify, rebalance and reset the body’s functions and physiology.
Located on Deck 10 with stunning open-ended panoramic views, the 930 sq m Chenot facility is set within the signature Chenot interiors of modern understated luxury. In addition to the spa and wellness facilities, the yacht has a fully equipped and professionally staffed medical centre on Deck 3. M/Y Njord offers 118 residences in 21 different configurations.
While travelling, residents will be able to devote time to their health with bespoke holistic, dietary and physical treatments complemented by natural therapies to detox, de-stress, re-energise, reset and rebalance both body and mind.
“There is clearly a growing demand for a private, bespoke yachting lifestyle where residents, their families and guests can travel in a safe and healthy environment,” says COO of Ocean Residences Development, Alain Gruber. “M/Y NJORD will be very appealing to those who share a sense of adventure, desire personal enrichment and life-changing experiences. The partnership with Chenot will give our residents the assurance of receiving treatments based on profound scientific research at every level,” says Mr. Gruber.
At an enormous 293 metres length, M/Y NJORD will be the most technically advanced “green ship” operating at the highest environmental standards. The superyacht will offer multiple amenities, which includes a marina, yacht and sailing club, an expedition and dive centre with various watercraft including submersibles. Additionally, there is a professional-standard oceanographic research laboratory and a gyroscopic telescope housed in the top deck observatory. Six restaurants, a gourmet market and culinary studio will satiate the gourmet and food lover. The yacht accommodates up to two eight-seater twin-engine helicopters and four purpose-built luxury tenders. Further features include a high-speed satellite communication system, a range of sporting facilities including a fully equipped golf centre, pools, a gym, arts and craft centre, a library and theatre.