Now, we say yacht, but the obnoxiously luxurious vessel really does seem more house than boat. The yacht offers over 10,000 square feet of living space — enough for 12 residents, says the company. The ultra-luxury yacht includes solar panels, skylighting, a living room, kitchen, and even a home theater room.
The aquatic home isn't officially available for sale yet — the Island is only in the prototype phase. That's probably just as well, though. We'll need a little bit of time to work up the $4.6 million needed to buy one.
If you're having trouble running this purchase by your spouse, we suggest this little trick: Start the conversation by mentioning how you could spend $1.7 million on a Corvette speedboat that you can't even live on. From that perspective, the $4.6 million purchase price seems like a steal.
[via Huffington Post]
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