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Added on: 30th Nov 2014

Not only does Lukasz Opalinksi’s behemoth come with the

classic helipad, there is also an extensive water sports deck

good for everything from launching submarines to taking

morning jogs.

While in the old days people would go and rent islands that were

anchored to the ocean floor, today’s rich rent islands that float around

and have propellers. Coming to us from Yacht Island Designs this floating

jungle boat certainly fits the bill, as it comes complete with a

tropical beach paradise on its upper deck.

Hyun-Seok Kim really managed to break the mould with his latest creation.

Named Tofi, this super sleek house boat looking yacht just goes to

show that size isn’t everything.

With the ability to transform on the fly from deceptively small leisure boat

to obscenely large mega yacht, Julien Anglade’s latest creation is not

only perfect for evil movie villains but seeing that it’s equipped

with solar sails it’s eco-friendly as well.

Where most people would ask “why?”, Wally-Hermes asks “why not?”

and with all that empty deck space we would have trouble

disagreeing with them.

When Schopfer Yachts envisioned the Infinitas they quite literally

decided to create a beast. With a hull design based on the skull of an

animal, this mega yacht comes fully equipped with a helipad,

elevator, and semi-enclosed swimming pool.

French designer Yelken Octuri (he also makes Airbus cabins)

decided to take us back in time with a bit of old school Wright Brothers

influence on his latest concept yacht. And while most of the crazier

designs on this list will never enter into the actual production phase,

Octuri’s has already had offers.

The sleek design isn’t the only cool thing about this high tech yacht.

It also has an indoor pool, drive-in garage, and even a night club.

That black checkered out layer you see in the picture is a

photo-voltaic exoskeleton that can gather enough energy in one

year to offset 3,000 nautical miles. That’s pretty good for the world’s

first carbon neutral yacht.


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