This luxury yacht is custom built for adventurers and comes with its own hovercraft, amphibious car and a jet ski

Meet the Exuma, a luxury yacht custom built for explorers and adventure seekers. One would usually associate luxury yachts with massive swimming pools, swanky deck area for sunbathing and rejuvenation of the body and mind through a relaxing time spent on the vessel. But this multiple-award-winning yacht is loaded to the brim with toys to satiate the desire to explore and set off on a thrilling expedition. To begin with, the Exuma comes with a hovercraft originally designed for patrol and search and rescue teams, along with an underwater scooter by Seabob, a Seadoo RXT215 Waverunner jet ski, and a Lveco amphibious vehicle which can operate in the sea as well as on the land. Exploring untouched islands becomes a whole lot easier and fun with all these toys.

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If you that’s all the luxury vessel has to offer, you’ll be wrong. The Exuma also has two mountain bikes which can not only help you explore the beautiful terrains of those hidden islands but also once you’re ashore and need a quick ride to the nearby restaurant. Additionally, the Exuma also has some basic inflatable water toys when you want to take things a little slow and easy. What’s interesting is that the luxury yacht doesn’t look like an adventure craft from the outside thanks to its electronic side hatches and below-deck hideaways that store all the toys inside it. The yacht’s interior has been designed by Perini Navi and her exterior styling is by Vitruvius. It is custom built to 9 guests in 5 rooms, including 2 master suites, 2 VIP staterooms, 1 twin cabin, and 1 single cabin. It can also support a crew of 9 onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. Exuma is currently available for charter and will cost you $212,000 per week.

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