Giant superyacht that sits on hydraulic legs is unveiled with five bathrooms and Jacuzzi

AN astonishing superyacht that sits on hydraulic legs and comes complete with a jacuzzi and five bathrooms has been unveiled in Florida.

The watercraft, named the Mansion Yacht, has sparked the interest of several billionaires at the 60th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

This is the Mansion Yacht, which has hydraulic legs that suspends the watercraft above water when it’s not sailing
This is one of five bedrooms on the watercraft, which has space for more than 145 people
The three-story yacht boasts a number of entertainment and dining rooms

The watercraft itself is 9,000 square foot and acts as a super-sized house which is suspended above the sea.

There are three floors holding five large bedrooms each with king sized beds and designer en-suite bathrooms.

Around 1,600 square foot is designed for entertainment, and those rooms sit at the front of the vessel.

But towards the stern, around 3,300 square foot is solely to enjoy great views looking out to sea.

Billionaires are said to queuing to get their hands on the yacht, the only one to be made of entirely of stainless steel.

This makes it around 25% cheaper to maintain than an equivalent made from fibreglass vessel.

Alongside it’s beautiful views, the yacht boasts a seven person hot tub for guests.

But to avoid leaving a high carbon footprint, designers created 70 solar panels to help run the yacht out at sea.

Bruno Edwards told Fox Business: “We’ve already had a lot of interest, so we are waiting on our first contract.”

The craft has a jacuzzi pool, with five star service on board

 

A kitchen which sits towards the front of the yacht, features high-end appliances
A bathroom with a huge walk-in shower, designed with marble and grey tiles

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