Monaco-inspired yacht is maddest ever boat design


An innovative design company has come up with a yacht inspired by the principality of Monaco that comes complete with casino and RACE TRACK.

Monaco-inspired yacht is maddest ever boat design

The staggering ‘Streets of Monaco’ is a 155-metre long hyper-yacht featuring swimming pools, tennis courts and a number of landmarks usually only found within the 0.78 square mile playboy’s playground.

This includes the casino, Hotel de Paris, Cafe de Paris, La Rascasse, and the famous Loews hotel.

But one of the most incredible features is a Monaco Grand Prix-inspired go-kart track complete with tunnel complex.

At the centre-fold of the incredible ship is The Atrium which links the upper and lower living areas. The Atrium has seven guest suites which all include their own reception room, bathroom, dressing room, bedroom and balcony.

The super-rich owner of The Streets of Monaco would get the benefit of the main apartment spread over three floors, sprawling an amazing 1,460 square metres.

Monaco-inspired yacht is maddest ever boat design

While only at a design stage, The Streets of Monaco would likely exceed the £665 million price-tag rumoured to be paid by Roman Abramovich for his ‘Eclipse’ yacht to become the world’s most expensive personal boat.

It would be capable of housing 16 guests and 70 crew and would cost the opulent owner tens of millions to run each year.

The Streets of Monaco is the brainchild of fledgling UK-based Yacht Island Design.

Company director Rob McPherson said: “The design theme called for a unique yacht that reflected the style and sophistication of the principality.

“We want to create a truly unique environment that could take the principality of Monaco to the ocean.”




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