‘Floating sphere’ superyacht with 13 floors ‘combining science and luxury’ could be sailing very soon

Sustainability - but make it stylish.
  • Earth 300 is a superyacht that’s set to tackle climate change
  • It has a giant black sphere on its main deck
  • Inside the sphere are 22 laboratories

Published on Dec 21, 2023 at 3:32PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 23, 2023 at 4:34PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
Earth 300 yacht is a giant floating sphere with labs inside
Earth 300

Earth 300 is one of the most unique superyachts you’ll ever see.

Not only is it massive, but it’s got a huge black sphere on deck.

Oh, and the sphere is full of science laboratories.

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The Earth 300 project aims to tackle the biggest threats to the planet over 300 years.

The company’s headquarters will be in a unique location: a giant orb on a yacht.

It’s a yacht of mammoth proportions, spanning 13 floors.

Most yachts this size have luxurious amenities like an onboard nightclub or an infinity pool.

But Earth 300 is not just cruising for pleasure, it’s crusading for the planet.

The yacht holds 22 high-end laboratories, which will host 160 of the world’s leading scientists.

Here, they will work together to find solutions to climate change, while immersed in nature.

The aim is to unite science and adventure: making sustainability fun and immersive.

Of course, the yacht will not be contributing to climate change itself.

It will use Molten Salt Reactors, which is a nuclear reactor that essentially uses salt as fuel.

The emission-free vessel will be sailing around the world for 300 days of the year.

During this time various scientists, students and volunteers will be conducting research in one of the many labs.

The ship will be 980 feet long and 200 feet high and is divided into four sections.

There’s the observational deck, the sphere and the structure that holds it, and the living accommodations.

Up to 40 VIP guests will be welcome on board too.

We don’t know the ticket prices but we know there are 20 luxury cabins available on this once-in-a-lifetime cruise.

While the yacht won’t harm our planet, the cost to build this thing will certainly be hurting someone’s bank balance.

In total, the yacht will cost $631 million.

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