- IF you fancy escaping reality for a while you’ll probably want to do it on one of these superyachts.
These are some of the most lavish and decadent superyacht designs that include features like a grand prix track and a floating casino.
The designer of the yacht above must have thought to himself “What if Monaco was portable?”.
The 500-foot floating oasis includes famous Monaco fixtures like a casino and a grand prix track for go-karts.
It has accommodation for 16 guests and room for 70 crew members.
Those guests could enjoy multiple pools, tennis courts, cafes and a library among other fixtures.
The Monaco-inspired yacht was previously estimated to cost up to £700million ($900million).
British firm BMT Nigel Gee partnered with Yacht Island Design to create the cool concept.
Another impressive superyacht design is the Tetrahedron superyacht that can lift itself above the water.
Designer Jonathan Schwinge is looking to partner with a big German shipyard to build the design.
When the yacht is still it’s supposed to look a bit like a floating pyramid but at speed it lifts out of the water and could fly at 43 miles per hour.
The unusual shape aims to accommodate six guests and four crew members.
Architect Zaha Hadid created a 90-metre oddly shaped superyacht design called Jazz.
The unusual exterior is said to provide external support so more space is freed up inside.
You might think that the purpose of a yacht is to take you to some tropical paradises but Yacht Island Design has created a vessel that is it’s own floating island.
The dreamy design features a huge swimming pool, cabanas and a bar.
It also has its own prominent volcano feature and a waterfall.
This sleek but sinister looking Black Swan design was created by Timur Bozca.
It features a helipad, a minimalist interior and accommodation for 12 people.
The 70 metre vessel features an infinity pool and two unobstructed balconies at the front for the ultimate view.