Called Nature, the megayacht even has an indoor garden in the master bedroom
There are superyachts and then there are megayachts. This concept showcased by Netherlands-headquartered yacht design company Sinot falls into the latter category. A vessel is classified as a superyacht if it is 24 metres long. Called Nature, this vessel is five times that length, measuring in at a stunning 120 metres.
This 400-foot yacht whose design was unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show is themed around nature. Think temperature controlled gardens within the master owner bedroom and swimming pools that are on level with the sea and which includes a waterfall installation as well.
Sinot has said that it will be built to accommodate 18 passengers in six guest staterooms, two VIP staterooms and one owner stateroom. There’s a crew of 50 required to staff this mega yacht. There are multiple sun decks on different levels for guests to work on their tan. A large spiral wooden staircase inside connects the owner’s deck to a 900-square meter panorama deck. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows throughout give the occupants a commanding view of the sea around them, and the best view is arguably that from the observatory deck at the bow.
On board, there’s a spa, gym and a spacious dining room that opens into a lounge that can be converted into a party pad for the guests. When it’s time to take the party outside the mega yacht, there are eight jet skis available for use.
The price of Nature hasn’t been revealed yet, but we’d keep aside $250 million if we were planning on signing up for one.