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.

READ:  Le Meridien Bora Bora awarded Best Island Paradise for 2012

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.

READ:  Dubai to get floating villas that can easily sustain the perils of the rising sea level

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]