The unique features and elegant appearance of this cabin crew adds a whole new dimension to yachting. This long and slim profile yacht is specifically designed for high speed and to enjoy under sea explorations. There is a swiveling camera with infrared vision in order to expose the most astonishing views of the mysterious underworld life. This yacht sits in 100 feet platform having the capacity to accommodate up to 4 guests and 4 crew members. The V-hull design submarine is targeted towards daredevils who desire excitement of extreme expeditions as well as benefits of exclusive lavishness. The entire body is made up of layered LCDs for providing different color ambience and opacity.
Check out this ‘Yacht A’, a Giga Yacht that looks like a battle cruiser or a spaceship. It is approximately 387 feet long with 3 pools, one master suite, six guest suites and 42 rooms for staff members. The giant structure of this ship is just mind blowing. Have a close look at the side gate of Yacht A, which seems like large enough to hold a dozen torpedo boats. To give an estimate of the price, let me tell you that the fuel tank used in this Yacht is so big that it costs $1.4 million to fill up. This Giga Yacht is owned by Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko who has got it built for around 150 million euros in Germany.
Life, say the experts, began in the sea. And if the way we spend our vacations is an accurate indicator, there are few things we enjoy more than revisiting our submerged roots. Cavorting with dolphins, badgering sharks from the safety of steel cages and photographing exotic fish through the portholes of tourist submarines fascinates landlubbers from Prague to Peoria. For those who find these forays into Neptune’s realm too brief, Italian naval architect Giancarlo Zema has the perfect dream home, the Trilobis 65. Part yacht and part submarine, it could convince Capt. Nemo to hang a “for sale” sign on the Nautilus.
“The main aim of the project is to allow anyone to live in a unique environment through a self-sufficient, nonpolluting dwelling that exists in unison with their ocean surrounding,” Zema tells POPULAR MECHANICS. At first glance, the Trilobis looks as if it would be more at home soaring into the sky than plying the waters of atolls, bays and maritime parks. Looking at a computer image of the bow conjures up visions of the flying saucers in 1950s science fiction films. The Trilobis’s blueprints, however, reveal a nautical heritage that reaches back to the humble dugout while simultaneously embracing 21st century technologies that include high-strength composites and nonpolluting hydrogen fuels.
The Jelly-Fish 45 is arguably the most ambitious approach to marine living yet devised. At 33 feet high and 45 feet wide, this structure blows most houseboats out of the water. Like the Trilobis the Jelly-Fish submerged lower deck for dining, drinking and viewing ocean life. Of course, at $2.5 million per unit one would expect only the best. A spiral staircase joins the five stories of the floating habitat and ample windows accommodate views in all directions from all levels.
Who hasn’t imagined living on their very own floating paradise? For those aboard ResidenSea, a permanent ocean-going residence, this dream is at least a partial reality. Freedom Ship (upon its completion) will take floating cities to a new level and if the Living Universe Foundation has its way the oceans will just be a first stop on the humanity’s path to the stars. This collection is roughly sequenced from most practical (but also most mundane) to most extraordinary (but also least plausible)!