Imagine that you’re crossing the seas in an amazing luxury vessel, but suddently you want to aim for the stars. Have you ever imagined a flying mega yacht?
Ok, this post isn’t about a yacht concept and…it isn’t really about a yacht or a mega yacht. In fact it’s about another luxury vessel, a Boeing 747-8, which is Boeing’s largest passenger jet. The reason that made us talk about this “flying mega yacht” is that the luxury and exclusivity of this boeing clearly make us remind the luxury of a mega yacht.
A ridiculously tricked-out Boeing 747-8, whose interior was refurbished by Washington-based Greenpoint Technologies, has just been delivered to an unidentified private owner. According to the Robb Report, it’s the first Boeing 747-8 to receive Greenpoint’s VIP treatment. And it is stunningly luxurious.
While Greenpoint hasn’t released many details about what Luxury Launches calls a “flying mega-yacht,” its website is full of digital art that give a hint as to what you’ll find aboard. It includes:
A conference room from which you and your enforcers can plot world domination:
A luxurious office from which you can call everyone you’ve ever known and brag about your new “flying mega yacht”:
A master bedroom so large that allows you to scoff at the lie-flat first class seats in which “the paupers” are forced to recline:
A pair of airy and spacious lounge areas in which to sit down with a drink and contemplate how awesome your life is that you can fly on a plane like this:
How much does a flying palace like this cost? No one’s saying. But the Boeing 747-8, the world’s largest passenger jet, goes for about $350 million and the price tag for this VIP customization has been ball-parked at an additional $250 million.