Axioma Yacht Trip
After a wild and fun week in Ibiza, we flew into Nice, France then drove straight to Cannes. Good friends and the stunning yacht, Axioma, were awaiting our arrival, and we were eager to join them!
A limousine tender transported us from shore to the Axioma, where the entire crew greeted us with open arms, fresh young coconuts and cold clothes at the ready to cool us off from our travels. The crew was incredibly friendly but also professional and helpful. Suzy, the chief stewardess, especially made us feel right at home with her warm and fun personality!
The boat itself was masterfully designed with sleek and sexy decor. Light wood, blacks and golds accented with pops of red brought about a luxurious feeling of comfort and class. As for the layout, the Axioma accommodates up to 12 guests in 6 rooms — the Master Suite located on the Owner’s Deck, with the VIP Suite and four additional Guest Double Cabins situated on the Main Deck. But gorgeous bedrooms are really only an accent to the overall allure of the yacht. The Sun Deck is equipped with a barbecue and party area, the Bridge Deck with gym, spa, pool and bar. There’s also a cozy cinema on the lower deck, and jet ski’s for the sea. One day they even attached a slide to the side of the boat!
Still, my favorite part of the Axioma’s design has to be the Main Deck’s two-story gallery. With salon and bar below and extra seating above, the large room is open, elegant and perfect place for dancing.
While aboard, we cruised from Cannes to St. Tropez, where we spent a fun night out on the town. We dined at Salama, a Moroccan restaurant I highly recommend, then hit the hottest clubs, Les Caves and Vip Room. We danced the night away, using all that energy we’d saved up while relaxing on Axioma!
Overall, the experience was bar to none — not to mention the food! With different themed cuisine every night, I couldn’t help but indulge. We had Cajun food, sushi, waygu beef burritos, chicken gumbo, caesar salad, nachos, breakfast burritos, and mashed potato with gravy! By the end of the final dinner I was so stuffed I felt like I had a “food baby.”
Our final night aboard, the crew surprised us with a slideshow of photos from our stay — a fitting souvenir and touching way to close our excursion.
“Axioma’s philosophy and mission is to assure that every expectation is surpassed. You will remember your time on board Axioma. You will arrive as honored guests and depart as honored friends. Perhaps some memories will fade, but you will never forget how Axioma made you feel…”
I felt great from the moment I stepped on board to the moment I left.
I am so incredibly thankful for my stay on Axioma. Big thanks to Kurt, R and Sarah for the invitation.