Vacationing with social distancing? This luxury four bedroom villa floating on the turquoise water of Bora Bora will let you do just that


If a staycation on a yacht cum cabin sounds like a deal, here’s exactly that for you! In pleasing travel connoisseurs, Bora Bora-based company ELYT Charter Tahiti is all set to launch a sprawling floating villa on the island, ideal for those in love with luxury and the sea!


Overlooking the sprawling blue waters of Bora Bora, the four-bedroom “houseboat” features two bathrooms, a 360-degree rooftop lounge offering spectacular views, a well-equipped kitchen and dining area, flatscreen TV, and grill. It can accommodate eight people at once and is ideal for a family or a big group.

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The 51-feet-long luxury vessel houses inflatable paddleboards, kayaks, snorkeling gear, a concierge service, and a personal chef and crew, along with a fleet of other amenities. It is notably inspired by ‘ancient Polynesian voyaging canoes’ and will be available to rent as a stationary villa with plans to run it as a cruise (with a dedicated captain) in the future.

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Currently, under construction, the houseboat will be operated using solar panels and lithium batteries and an in-hull wastewater treatment system. Bookings for the villa are set to open onward December 1, 2020, with prices starting at 1,770) per night, and a minimum stay of three nights. Fancy a luxe (and eco-friendly) getaway to Bora Bora?

[Via: Insider]