A billionaire’s mega-yacht unveiled. The 394-foot ship is equipped with a large gym and spa, hot tubs, sun loungers, a huge pool, and even a helipad.
Called “Indah”, which means “beautiful” in Indonesian, the innovative creation was called a “floating palace” due to its attention to detail Daily Star reports.
The Indah offers space for 32 crew members and up to 24 guests in 12 expertly furnished cabins.
The master suite, made for the owner, has its own aft deck balcony.
Opalinski Design House are the developers of the incredible marine design with a helipad and hangar.
It has been called a “real sea ship” because the Indah can sail at a top speed of 24 knots and has a range of 7,000 nautical miles.
The cost of the yacht has not yet been announced.
The designers have also set themselves the goal of giving the finished model environmentally friendly accents by using solar surface coatings and vertical wind turbines to generate their own green energy on board.
The Billionaire’s myriad features include an expanded area at the back that opens up to create its own beach club for guests to enjoy.
A spokesman for Opalinski Design House said of the design: “The original concept of the fold-down bulkheads was designed to create more usable space on the water surface so that guests, when anchored, can enjoy the surrounding water, nature and scenery much larger The wildlife can take a dip as, just a relatively small swim platform.
“Space that can be used for all outdoor activities, from sunbathing to various water sports, fishing, dining and much more.”
The Opalinski Design House was founded in 2007 by Lukasz J Opalinski and is currently located in South Florida.
The studio works worldwide with projects from Miami to Monaco, Poland, Great Britain and Australia.