For a billionaire to explore the land, the sea and the air – This 331-foot superyacht comes with a total of 18 vehicles including a 5 seater submarine, two Mercedes 6×6 G Wagens, a few motorcycles and more.


There is no dearth of luxury yachts on the planet. However, not one is as grand as this 331-Foot Explorer Yacht by naval architect and yacht designer Aristotelis Betsis! It is designed to cover longer distances while keeping mariners entertained with its enviable fleet of amenities.


Christened ‘The Ark,’ the vessel features a pair of 30-foot carbon sailing yachts, two Mercedes-Benz 6×6 G Wagons, two snowmobiles, and a couple of motorcycles along with a 4×4 beach buggy, a five-person submarine, four-wave runners, three tenders measuring up to 49 feet and a catamaran landing boat.

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But that’s hardly it! The mega-yacht also includes a helipad, an all-glass panoramic sky lounge, a cinema, a day spa, a jacuzzi, a gym with a 180-degree view, a full-size paddle tennis court, a ping-pong room, and plenty of space for a game of ball.


On the inside, it features full-height curved glass windows and accommodation for up to 18 guests across nine generous cabins, plus 45 crew. It also houses a VIP space with private sea access that can also be used as a quarantine facility. Exterior-wise, the yacht boasts long dynamic lines and a contemporary look.

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Commenting on it, Betsis, in a statement said, “Explorer yachts are not just a trend,” he further added, “Exploring is a big part of yachting; hence a yacht which is capable of exploring while not missing on other characteristics (such as elegance and luxury) is what I wanted Ark to be.” Well, it indeed is all that and more!

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[Via: Superyacht Times]