Superyacht concept design features a built-in tropical island

Posted on Jul 26 2011 - 6:42pm by Julius

Have you ever dreamed of a time when you have an endless supply of money and could sail around the world on your own private yacht? A simple yacht would do good but some people just can’t get enough and make better (and costlier) things.

Designers from Yacht Island Design created a design of what a yacht should be. The new yacht, called the “Tropical Island Paradise,” is a superyacht that was created for the luxurious needs of billionaires.

The Tropical Island Paradise is designed to fit at least 10 guests and has a diesel electrical power plan that propels the ship to a speed of 15 knots.

The biggest feature of this superyacht is its design. It includes a volcano-like structure and cabanas on the deck. A white sand beach with a huge pool in the center, with palm trees scattered all throughout. Instead of spewing lava, the volcano releases water that goes straight to the pool.

“For this design the theme centers on a secluded island paradise, with elements inspired by the islands of the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Polynesia,” explains Rob McPherson, studio director of Yacht Island Design. “The exterior was designed to give the impression of waves breaking around a volcanic island, whilst maintaining the look of a contemporary yacht design.”

The most unique feature of this vessel is the deployable beach deck at the back that enables access to the ocean for water sports and relaxation. This luxurious yacht also includes a spa, gym and a movie theater, so guests will have everything they need.

For more information about the Tropical Island Paradise superyacht, visit its official website.

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