Looking like the Batmobile, the 229-foot Xhibitionist is a boat designed with a single purpose in mind — to turn heads. And just as its movie counterpart, it cannot possibly fail to do so.
The 229-foot long megayacht is an extravagantly lavish, multipurpose pleasure boat which even comes complete with its own supercar (yes, it is Batman-inspired, too).
Designed by Swedish-based car designer Eduard Gray, the Xhibitionist’s interior is done in Art Nouveau decor and features a Steinway piano, a dual staircase and fine crystal Baccarat lighting. It also has plenty of space for a car showroom and an “engine room” sporting exposed engines showcased behind glass walls.
To power the ship, solar panels unfold from under a elegant car-hood-like deck and they double up as a concert space or helipad with room for three helicopters. The fly deck also features a Jacuzzi and by night, the Xhibitionist glows in the dark, thanks to oceanLED lighting.
As for a price? Well, Bruce Wayne would never ask such a question, would he? For the rest of us, however, the price starts at around $25 million for a “basic” model, but the price of yours will be “on application only”. (Scroll down for the video.)
1. Is it a boat, is it a car? No, it’s a megayacht. The supercar designer’s megaboat costs more than $25 million.
2. The 229ft-long Xhibitionist is an extravagant, multipurpose yacht designed by Swedish supercar designer Eduard Gray.
3. A good sized helipad on deck ensures A-listers can be flown in if needed.
4. Believe it or not this is actually the inside of the boat. It feels as large as an airplane hangar, but with an Art Nouvea vibe.
5. Can we make it a car showroom? Apparently so, this boat is big enough to take an entire fleet of Bentleys.
6. Sofa space for chilling out, tick. But where’s the television?.
7. And where better to chill out and watch the sunset than atop the deck… hang on, is that a band playing up there?
8. It may look like a deep sea creature from the abyssal plains but this is just the megayacht with its lights on after dark.
9. And of course every megayacht needs a megacar for those all important onshore errands. Right, have we run out of champagne again?
10. Solar panels fold out from under a sleek car-bonnet-like deck to power the ship.
11. By night, the superyacht glows in the dark thanks to oceanLED lighting.
And here is the video:
Source: Gray Design.
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