Remember we told you about the stunning $5.5 million four-bedroom floating sea villa not so long ago? Its time to learn about another such uber-luxurious toy that will make the rich interested and the not-so-rich, mope! Vida is a 180ft-long yacht that can carry 27,000 gallons in diesel that has been designed by Dutch firm Heesen. The ship’s owner asked the design firm to design Vida that’s the mother ship of his sport fishing fleet. Vida can keep the owner’s Bayliss 60 and Bayliss 68 fishing yachts running for several days. The fuel capacity is so large that there is enough to make it from Florida to Bermuda. Vida not only looks beautiful it has got a lot of power and speed; a maximum speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 13 knots to be specific. The interiors need a special mention here because they are astoundingly impressive. Vida’s standout feature is her backlit ivory onyx arch frames that serve as a display wine cellar for 42 bottles. You will also find some backlit ivory on what’s called ‘floating steps’ which is the yacht’s statement staircase. Vida can accommodate as many as 12 people very conveniently in its capacious surroundings. Guests will be impressed with its five spacious staterooms, on the lower deck. The owner’s apartment is on the main deck and its sprawling with space as large as 80-square-meter.
Vida makes sure you have the best time onboard without missing your life on land like a fully equipped gym, 1,076-square-foot sundeck, comprising of a pool that has a ‘mesmerizing waterfall’. For those who are looking to make the most of their time on the sea can enjoy access to the sea for swimming thanks to the presence of a large fixed platform. A pool party on your mind? Wonderful! Vida has the perfect party area by the pool with LED lights, a starred ceiling, and a large bar. Heaven on earth can be on water too right? Guess Vida superyacht is just that.