YACHT OF THE WEEK: The $300 Million 'Nirvana' Is A Billionaire's Dream

Nirvana Yacht From The Side

This is Nirvana.

Designed by Sam Sorgiovanni and built by Oceano, the ultra-luxurious megayacht made its debut in 2012, and at 290 feet long it’s the 39th-largest yacht in the world. It can go up to 22 miles per hour (about 19.5 knots maximum speed).

The “spectacular trans-Pacific cruiser” has also just won Boat International Media’s prestigious award for Best Exterior Design & Styling. Among its insane amenities are a reptile room, on-board spa and fitness centre, interior elevator, and helicopter pad.

The asking price is a cool 230 million euros (about $305,348,000). 

At 290 feet long, the ship is enormous and has six decks, all of which are connected by a main stairwell as well as an amazing glass elevator.

The bathrooms are fully equipped with high-quality stone vanities and soak tubs.

Chameleons, lizards, exotic turtles, and water dragons all live on the boat...securely held within a glass reptile house.

The ship also contains a salon, spa, and fully-equipped gymnasium.

One deck has a 10-foot-deep plunge pool and outdoor entertaining area.

The top deck is actually a private helicopter pad, but it's also perfect for secluded sunbathing.

The Nirvana can hold enough food, water, and fuel to make a nonstop trans-Pacific voyage in complete comfort and luxury. Someone will be very lucky to own this yacht.

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