OSLO: Rolls-Royce Marine is building a luxurious £80 million superyacht and the particular highlights of this floating paradise include a cinema, a beauty salon, and a docking station for a six-passenger submarine.
Complete with its own helipad, guests will have the option of getting a helicopter in or travelling by boat.
Rolls-Royce Marine is co-designing the vessel alongside master shipbuilders Palmer Johnson, with an asking price of £80 million.
Spectacular views, as expected, will be seen from the owner’s private suite on board the Palmer Johnson superyacht.
Other features include a helicopter garage and 32-ft swimming pool. With guest accommodations for 16 and crew accommodations for 26, PJ World is truly a go anywhere ship that is expected to be delivered in within 18 months to her owner.
An artist’s design of the gym area on board the PJ World, which will raise the game in the world of superyachts.
Currently the yacht is being built in Norway. A spokesperson for Palmer Johnson said: ‘The yacht is 26 months from completion after signing of contract. Her hull and superstructure are completed and the owner would be able customize his/her own interior.’
The luxurious main lounge offers vast amounts of space for guests as well as numerous viewing points.
‘We’ve built a number of Palmer Johnson yachts over the years and they are an incredible product. She is an explorer yacht like no other. With a large fuel capacity, vast on-board stores and sea-keeping facilities and an ice class hull, she was built to cruise all the worlds ocean’s with limited stops.’
For those who like to perform, there is the opportunity of entertaining your guests on the grand piano on board.
The PJ World will allow all-year round operating of the Antarctic, Arctic, Middle East, Mediterranean, Caribbean, Far East as well as other worldwide ocean voyages.
The yacht is 26 months from finishing construction at a base in Norway, with interest in purchasing it predicted to be high.
The 267ft, 600-tonne vessel will feature advanced and environmentally-friendly marine technology and has a top speed of 16.5 knots (19mph). Palmer Johnson has confirmed that there has already been a lot of interest in purchasing the World model.
This design looks almost military, and as it is equipped with a thermal imaging system, this fits in with the power of the vessel.