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The interesting Project Migaloo

By Brian Pho


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Ever wondered how a sinkable superyacht would look? We might have the answer for you, in the shape of the absolutely magnificent Migaloo project.

Supposed to be measuring 115 meters in length and 11 meters in width, and with a body of 6 decks, this baby was designed by the Austrians of “motion code: blue”. Reportedly made for magnates with hugely deep pockets and fictional bank accounts, the Migaloo is named after the unique albino humpback that dives around the east coast of Australia. Designed to reach depths of up to 240 meters, it sports a telescopically extendable roof which provides shade. The roof may also be closed whenever the cruisers are willing for a dive. The Migaloo will also be endowed with a lavish sun lounge atop the tower, library, gym, state of the art gaming room and a cinema room.

The Migaloo will be able to travel above and deep under the waterline without having to compromise the lifestyle of those onboard. It sports a custom-designed tower, very long and wide, which hosts a main saloon literally flooded by light. The main saloon is followed by an elegant staircase placed alongside a central round elevator shaft. In addition, it will be built with 8 VIP suites, lounge areas, sun beds, bar, private full-beam master’s quarters, helipad on the aft deck and pool of 3 x 8 meters.

When the Migaloo dives under the waves, the furniture will reportedly be stored in a large storage facility underneath the granite decking. We’ve heard that even the bottom of the pool will be rising up to the main deck level. As for the foredeck, it is particularly designed to provide complete privacy to the owner. It will also be equipped with lounges, private bar and private access to the owner’s suite directly underneath, which spans over two levels.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is the current tech & leisure editor from Luxatic. With many years of experience under his belt, his resume also includes writing for renowned sites like The Verge, Boing Boing, Tech Times and Laptop.

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