Stacey Leasca
August 16, 2018

If you’re looking for new #VacationGoals, look no further than Elizabeth Hurley.

The British-born beauty has been Instagramming up a storm from her glamorous getaway. Though the actress didn’t specifically say where she was traveling to, she did leave fans a clue by hashtagging #PrivateGG. And, if you follow the tag, it will lead you straight to other Instagrammers who use the tag while traveling on a boat named — you guessed it — PrivateGG.

In heaven 😘 #privategg

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According to Boat International, PrivateGG is a luxury megayacht that was built in Italy and placed in the water sometime in 2018. In total, the boat can fit seven guests and four crew members.

On board, guests like Hurley can enjoy a unique indoor/outdoor living setup and indulge in plush amenities. 

“With Private GG we have upgraded the 27 Wallyace introducing larger unobstructed windows of the superstructure to enhance the inside-outside living experience.” Luca Bassani, Wally president, told Boat International.

Currently, the boat appears to be traveling through the waters off the coast of Greece, with Hurley on board.

As her Instagram photos proved, she’s having a hell of a time playing with the boat’s toys.

New favourite toy #privategg 😘😘😘 @elizabethhurleybeach

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And she’s certainly getting enough vitamin D by soaking up the sun on the boat’s back deck.

Hurley isn’t the only famous person to board the PrivateGG. In July, famed fashion designer Valentino joined actress Gwyneth Paltrow for a little sail.

Never a dull moment #Capri @gwynethpaltrow #rosarionadal @bradfalchuk #blu #privategg

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While renting out megayachts may be out of reach for the not so rich and famous, there is another way: small ship cruising.

Small-ship ocean cruise lines only carry up to 249 passengers at a time, meaning each passenger gets more one-on-one attention from staff to make it feel like their own ship. And, luckily for wannabe sailors, these trips offer journeys all over the world. No A-list movie star status needed.

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