Latest Lifestyle News: A Private Principality Oasis

May 21, 2018 S. Liu

Latest Lifestyle News: A Private Principality Oasis

This week we turn our attention back to Monaco, but for very different reasons to recent weeks. This time around, our gaze falls on a private sports and lifestyle club called 39 Monte Carlo, which provides Monaco’s moneyed elite with all that they need to live an active, healthy and excitement-filled life.

We sat down with 39 Monte Carlo’s founder, Ross Beattie, an ex-professional rugby player and resident of the French principality, to find out more about his ultra-exclusive private sports and lifestyle club. You can read our interview with him as the main feature story in today’s newsletter.

Elsewhere this week, we report on the brand new Rolls-Royce Cullinan, billed as the world’s most luxurious – not to mention expensive – SUV. Named after the world’s largest raw diamond, it is also the first SUV ever created by the iconic British marquee.

There’s also news on an incredible offer to guests at the Four Seasons Maldives resort, where they can now experience an underwater adventure courtesy of world-renowned submersible makers DeepFlight.

Returning to the world of luxury cars, there are also reports on Aston Martin returning to its roots by reviving the legendary V600, as well as a look at a new convertible version of the Mercedes AMG GT S.

In other news, luxury watch brand Richard Mille have teamed up with a pair of athletes  to create a series of custom timepieces, while Louis Vuitton have launched an ultra-stylish DJ Trunk.

Finally, we profile the sale of a First Generation Omega Speedmaster which, recently grabbed headlines after breaking a long-standing auction record.

That’s all for now. Until next time, enjoy our newsletter and have a wonderful week.

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