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The most expensive yacht in the world

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Another Yacht island design company is still imaginative and extremely impressive, drawing inspiration from the Principality of Monaco.

British designers have already released the designs of a floating copy of Monaco, called Streets Of Monaco, which will include thumbnails of some of its most famous attractions, including the Monte Carlo track.

The luxury yacht is expected to cost the astronomical sum of 830 million euros, giving its future owner the satisfaction of owning the most expensive proprietary yacht in the world.

The floating state will be dominated by miniatures from the famed Monte Carlo casino, as well as the Hotel de Paris, Cafe de Paris, La Rascasse and the Loews Hotel.

Swimming pools and tennis courts will complement the landscape, and there will be a platform to accommodate smaller boats should prospective owners need a more discreet means of transport to the ports they visit.

The highlight of the boat will undoubtedly be the imitation of the Monaco Grand Prix, with a fully equipped go-kart track on the deck.

For designers, the focal point of this incredible ship is the Atrium, a space that connects the upper to the lower level. The Atrium will have seven suites, all featuring a lounge, bathroom, dressing room, bedroom and balcony.

In total, the boat will be able to accommodate 16 guests and 70 crew members.

The billionaire owner will have his own personal apartment. 4,800 square feet, that is the size of a luxury penthouse.

The four-deck yachts will also have barbecue facilities on every corner of the deck, as well as a mini waterfall and cafe bar with underwater views.

Now that the design is complete, the only question left for Yacht island design is whether to find the billionaire who will make their dream come true.

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