This is Espada superyacht, a massive boat that’s large enough to be its own city.
It’s one of the largest superyachts in the world, and it is so big it has its own private beach club.
Espada was designed to incorporate versatile extendable areas.
The 131-foot ship features a distinctive reverse bow and it has four main levels.
At the top, there’s a relatively small deck with a table and armchairs.
In a way, you can look at that and call it a conference room out at sea.
Imagine conducting a business meeting up there.
Moving on, we’ve got a larger sun-drenched deck, with a lounge bar, a dining area, and amazing panoramic views.
This is also where the owner’s suite is located.
The deck right below it is dedicated to living accommodations for the crew and guests, with five spacious cabins accommodating up to 10 lucky guests, and there’s also space for nine crew.
Lastly, you’ve got the aft deck which, like in other yachts of this caliber, features a beach club with fold-down bulwarks, a jacuzzi and a fully-equipped gym
In the bowels of the ship, you’ve got a garage for tenders, Sea-Doo jet skis and toys.
The attention to detail is amazing.
The main suite includes a marble en-suite bathroom and opens up onto a private terrace, allowing for endless views of the ocean.
A lavish outdoor lounge with an ornate, yet functional glass-bottomed swimming pool can be found on the main deck.
The upper deck even features a teppanyaki grill for sophisticated soirées.
The Espada superyacht is powered by two Caterpillar C32 engines, developing 3,900 horsepower in total.
This huge amount of power gives the boat a top speed of 18 knots (33 km/h) and cruising range of 3,600 nautical miles.
This is just a concept – for now.
However, Officina Armare, the firm that designed it, is looking for potential buyers and will build and customize the ship accordingly.
The price is revealed upon application but, for a superyacht as lavish and as large as this, an eight-figure price tag is to be expected.