The Migaloo submersible superyacht is the first of its kind. It seems to be something out of the future or a science fiction movie. The yacht can remain submerged for weeks and is available from 236m up to 928m! The guide price for a sea craft such as this beauty would set you back by a cool £800 million.
The larger version is likely to be closer to £1 billion! Inspired by modern Zumwalt-class destroyer ships is large enough to have its beach club! The M7 is the most extensive model, measuring in at 928 meters, and incorporates an outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, cinema room, gaming room and helipad! The yacht can be customised, and there is ample space for a wine room, a library, an elevator, several bars and whatever clients may desire. There is a submerged 36 seat dining room taking in underwater vistas and fish swimming by. There are 2,100 square meters of private living quarters for the owner. There are 1,000 square meters of living area for guests, and 400 square meters devoted to the guest accommodation and bedrooms. There are six hangars with space for a mini-submarine, a small boat, cars and water sports equipment such as water skis.
Although the yachts don’t have a specific price tag, they are thought to be the most expensive private object money can buy. Imagine avoiding the storm by submerging beneath the waves to the peaceful calm of the underwater life, which is now a reality thanks to the Migaloo Submersible Superyacht which can go as deep as 928 feet below sea level, and stay there for several weeks. If you have the odd billion lying around, this yacht is the ultimate billionaire’s plaything! It doesn’t get more exclusive than this!