If you can’t decide between your luxury yacht or private jet to travel in, why not take this incredible yacht themed plane.
Skyacht One is probably one of the most luxurious jets we’ve ever seen – of course it comes with a hefty price tag, but if you’ve got a spare £56 million lying about you could always treat yourself to one.
The plane is described by it’s designers SottoStudios as a ‘yacht that can fly’, and apparently it infuses the Embrarer Lineage 1000E private jet with yacht-style grandeur.
This extravagant private plane comes with a number of luxury features including a huge master bedroom with a queen-size bed, a walk-in shower, full length mirrors, an inflight phone and 23in LCD display TV, just in case you get bored during the flight.
It’s design means you can combine different modules together, letting you create hundreds of different possible interior designs for the 10,000 cubic feet of cabin space.
The plane’s inspired by a custom yacht built in 1939, so the super jet is kitted out with a wood-like mahogany paint scheme with brass finishing.
The current design for the plane, which has a range of 4,500 nautical miles, is just a concept – but it could become a reality if someone was willing to splash out and buy one.
So why not treat yoursel? New year new me and all that…
It’ll set you back about £56 million though:
It even comes with an impressive night mode…
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