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Spacecraft-inspired superyacht customized for billionaire features dedicated video game chamber

It also has a steam room, hydrotherapy space and three swimming pools

  • This spacecraft-inspired superyacht is the ultimate gaming spot
  • It has a dedicated gaming room for its billionaire owner
  • The 67.5-metre superyacht also features a steam room, hydrotherapy space, and three swimming pools

Published on May 3, 2024 at 8:22PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 7, 2024 at 6:44PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray
Spacecraft-inspired superyacht customized for billionaire features dedicated video game chamber

This spacecraft-inspired customized superyacht is the ultimate gaming spot for its billionaire owner.

The 67.5-metre (223-foot) superyacht was customized for its billionaire owner to include a dedicated indoor video game room.

To unwind between video games, the sleek vessel also features a steam room, hydrotherapy space, and three swimming pools.

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It’s the billionaire’s version of this shipwreck in the middle of the ocean converted into a gaming lounge.

‘Fluctus’ (Latin for ‘wave’) is the creation of Italian designer, Giorgio Pidalà, as reported by Boat International.

The futuristic silhouette with an elongated bow is said to be inspired by space exploration on the near horizon.

“All these design aspects come together through the concept of aerodynamics,” Pidalà explained.

Making the most of the resources on this planet, however, the customized superyacht is fitted with 190 square meters of solar panels to reduce its carbon footprint.

This is currently a huge focus in luxury and futuristic travel, like this eco-friendly AirYacht.

Pidalà’s aim is to ‘maximize the connection with the surrounding environment’.

Continuous spaces have been achieved via the removal of partition lobbies. 

With a design concept labeled as ‘majestic minimalism’, this is achieved by opulent touches such as a swimming pool within the owner’s suite, and a walk-in closet – but the main event is a spiral staircase made entirely from glass.

The staircase allows for airflow to keep the vessel breezy, as the unconventional overhangs shelter the deck spaces against the sun to keep passengers cool.

Fluctus can accommodate up to 10 guests in its five lavish cabins, assisted by 17 crew. 

And, in the spirit of ‘maximizing the connection with the surrounding environment’, it boasts sea views from every room.

When you’re not connecting with fellow gamers, you can connect with your inner self in the yoga and fitness space on the main deck or head to the dedicated steam and hydrotherapy rooms.

Chat through strategy in one of the lounges, or get to work in the dedicated workspace.

Head down to the lower deck and you can swim or relax by the pool with a drink in hand thanks to the stunning bar area, or head out and explore in the tender or two Jet Skis stored in a side-loaded garage.

Want to explore space for real? This space balloon has a super stylish cabin and allows you to do exactly that.

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