Take a look around the $150 million PJ World superyacht


Well, luxury submarines are not new, but adding a very James Bond twist to it makes it all the more special. Well if it sounds good, then you have to take a look at the PJ World superyacht an 82-meter vessel that is being built in Norway. Priced at over €110 million ($150 million), the design is being created by Rolls Royce and boat makers Palmer Johnson. The passengers onboard can enter a six-man vessel through an internal docking station. Director of Palmer Johnson Europe, Russell Morris says, “It has a James Bond door that opens to the water, then once in the submarine you can explore deep water.”

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The entrance reminds you of the Bat cave, thanks to a futuristic entrance with a helicopter hangar that features a hydraulic lift to enter and is equipped with a re-fueling system as well.
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The yacht is well though trough and can sail in any waters and comes equipped with water cannons and thermal imagery systems to protect against pirates.
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The “as green as possible” yacht aims to incorporate a mega mansion on water, in-house offices setup, complete with “the latest in satellite technology”, a children’s classroom, the owner’s apartment spanning over 3 decks with a fourth for guests and a public area sporting a piano salon, a cinema, a beauty salon, a fitness center and a private swimming pool.
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