What’s hiding in your mattress

30 June 2020

Ever thought to unzip your ticking and see what you find? Mattresses that aren’t specifically designed for the marine environment and fitted correctly to the yacht can be prone to mould.

While the rest of the onboard furnishings are kept at superyacht standard, covered up mattresses can be left to languish rather than kept at the same high standard. Refreshing the mattresses onboard means crew wake re-invigorated, giving them the energy they need to put in their best day’s work, while a high quality mattress in guest cabins mean an exceptional onboard experience isn’t let down by poor quality sleep. With owners, guests and crew alike spending a third of their time onboard sleeping or sitting on their bed, ensuring the quality of the mattresses onboard isn’t compromised at the end of each season is a no-brainer.

Neptune customizes mattresses to suit the most complex-shaped beds and demanding install requirements and is able to replace mattresses in approximately two to three weeks from measurement to delivery. With a slat system so innovative it’s patented, and which provides ventilation and more comfort, the company is also able to provide mattresses in a wide range of thicknesses and qualities, as well as a number of mattress qualities which meet strict IMO wheelmark rules.

High quality bedding can be custom-made by Neptune as the mattress is prepared. Visit Neptune’s Experience Centre in central Palma; a short walk from the main marinas or visit our production facilities and showrooms in Holland.