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Migaloo Private Submersible Yacht Lets You Get Away From The World In Style

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Lo and behold, this is a $2.3 billion private submersible yacht for a James Bond movie! An Austrian design and engineering firm Migaloo has launched their private yachts in a bid to encourage a full range of customized water bodies. Thus, you can add as many features on the multi-billion platform as you want!

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Managing Director and Head Of Design at Migaloo, Christian Gumpold said,

“What we are attempting to do is to create a living space where exterior and interior interact in harmony.”

This particular yacht-cum-submarine can host a crew of 16 people along with two officers and one captain. This yacht is designed according to the US Navy safety standards. Its interiors are waterproof, and the vessel is constructed to recover from unpredicted flooding.

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The original purpose of the submersible yachts was to act as an underwater restaurant, bar, or even a conference center. The mega structure even features a helipad, eight VIP suites, and a two-storey owner’s suite with a private patio.

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It has three viewing galleries, a starboard saloon, port-side dining area, wine room, gaming room, library, and a lounge with the bar. Sounds more like a seven-star hotel to me!

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If you are yearning for some time on the land, there is even an entire beach club in the middle of the deck, with a swimming pool, bar, and sunbathing area. This feature of diving deep into the oceans with complete privacy is only available to the people who can afford this $2.3 billion yacht.

As Gumpold explained:

“Privacy is a big issue on superyachts. Our answer to this concern is simply submerging the vessel into complete privacy.”

Just a couple billion dollars short before I order one for myself!

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