One day, I will own something like this…
This wave-piercing luxury trimaran may look like something from a Star Trek movie, but it’s no fantasy.
In this case, a 148-meter hull has its advantages, with split-level luxury staterooms providing room for up to 28 guests. The master suite extends to three decks, which means, of course, it needs a private elevator. There also is accommodation for 11 personal staff and a crew of 48. Public rooms include observation lounges in the cross decks that link the center hull and side hulls-just the place to have drinks, do yoga and watch dolphins playing beneath you. There is a swimming pool, hot tub and plenty of room for sunbathing.
A clue to a possible destination of this new ship is the inclusion of a mosque.
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