Currently being built by concierge company Quintessentially, the Quintessentially One will be 220m and weigh in at 45,800 tonnes – making it the largest super yacht in the world.
It beats current record holder the Azzam by just under 40m.
This 12-deck vessel has everything passengers need to experience the height of luxury.
A cinema, theatre and library should keep guests entertained, while health and relaxation are taken care of by the gym, spa and golf green.
Super yacht: The Quintessentially One will be the biggest in the world
Quintessentially One is the biggest ever floating private members club
The yacht’s restaurant will be catered by the high-end London restaurant The Wolseley.
It also features an underwater bar, cigar storage room and wine cellar, plus will host exclusive parties with famous performers.
But it takes more than cash to get you on board this luxury hotel on water.
Quintessentially One is the biggest ever floating private members club – membership is by invitation only and requires paying a whopping £15,000 membership fee.
Super yacht: This giant vessel includes a hot tub on deck
Super yacht: Members pay $2,000 a night for a room
After that, the yacht costs £2,000 a night to board.
Those who fancy the idea of making the vessel their permanent home can do so – at a cost of up to £10.25 million.
However, Elite Members can also invite guests on board to experience the hyper-luxury yacht.
Its maiden voyage is expected to take place from 2019 to 2020, when it will embark on a round-the-world trip taking in places such as Monaco for the Grand Prix, Cannes, France, for the Film Festival and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the Carnival.
Super yacht: Quintessentially One has a restaurant catered by The Wolseley
Super yacht: It will make its maiden voyage in 2019
“This is a wonderful way to cater and meet the demands of Quintessentially’s global members when they all descend on the same high-profile events which currently don’t have enough supply,” said Aaron Simpson, co-founder of Quintessentially.
“It will be the world’s largest floating private membership club. Where the traditional cruise model is to go somewhere, dock and get off, we will dock and people will want to get on.”
Quintessentially One will cost an estimated £250 million to build and boast 112 berths.
Five billionaires have paid £8.5 million each towards the cost in exchange for a private suite while the remainder of the bill is being footed by Quintessentially.