These 5 Luxury Yacht Interiors Will Make Your Jaw Drop!
There is no better way to hit the seas than renting a yacht. This is going beyond the essentials and cruising through the waters in silky smooth and perfect environment to relax in comfort or have a great party. If you are looking for an excellent place to enjoy your next holiday or special occasion, then you can’t get anything better than this. Check out these top 5 luxury yacht interiors so you can get an idea of how to sail in style. 1) Lady Moura – $210 Million The 24-carat gold lettering on the outside of the yacht should be clue that good things await inside. The 344-foot vessel features a pool with a retractable roof, a 75 foot dining room table and a deck with actual sand and palm trees. And at just $210 Million, it is a steal compared to some of the other boats on our list! 2) Motor Yacht A- $323 Million Don’t let the dull name fool you, this four hundred foot monster is decked out. It has a 2,500 square foot master bedroom along with six guest suites. It can accommodate 14 guests and a crew of 42 enough to fill up the disco room that is underneath a glass swimming pool. 3) Dubai- $350 Million Just a fraction more expensive than the Motor Yacht A, Dubai is a palace that took more than ten years to complete. There is not a pool, but pools along with several Jacuzzis. The interior also features handcrafted mosaics and glass staircases that light up with a different color each step you take. Between the crew and guests, it can fit 115 people. 4) Streets of Monaco – $1.1 billion You are reading that correctly. That is billion with a “b.” The Streets of Monaco is large enough to be nearly an aircraft carrier and as its name suggested is designed to look like Monaco. There are scaled down replicas of famous cafes, hotels and restaurants. There are countless guestrooms and suites but the center piece is the 4,800 square foot master bedroom which is larger than most houses and even has an underwater bar! 5) History Supreme - Price: $4.5 billion In some cases, size does not always mean luxury. This 100-foot vessel is the most expensive yacht in the world and contains over 220,000 pounds of solid gold and platinum in its assembly. The entire boat is decked out in jewels and they coat everything from the staircases to the decks and rails. Of course the master bedroom is designed to match and features a statue made of meteorite rock and genuine T-Rex bones. These features are just the beginning of its opulence! Five Incredible Boats For most of us, these boats are maybe a touch out of our price ranges. But they are great for some ideas for the next time you rent or buy. You can replicate them on them the smaller scale and create your own luxury paradise even if you do not have railings made of solid platinum. If you are looking for some great ideas for what to put on your yacht, then check out our guide to the 2017 Palm Beach Yacht Show! It is packed with great suggestions and the information you need to turn your boat into a palace.