Here comes a luxury superyacht with a tactile story. The Beluga, Emperor of the Seven Seas superyacht flaunts a design that resembles a mix of the shape of a whale, an old fisherman’s boat and a futuristic submarine.
The flawlessness if the yacht creates a distinctive atmosphere, combining the outstanding ambiance of an artist’s loft with that of a luxury hotel. The two living levels of the yacht are connected with glass staircases and a mezzanine to highlight the height and openness of the space.
The dining room features a textured glass carpet based on the patterns of a Persian carpet. The glass carpet by Glass-Deco was showcased at the Monaco Yacht Show. Another highlight is the stunning nine-meter-high crystal chandelier suspended from the upper living room.
The latest in glass technologies has been used to visualize the whisky bar and library. The owner’s suite is located on the roof in the oval room. On the front is a 650 sq. meter beach club with a 14-meter-long swimming pool, a whirlpool and a cocktail bar with a two-leveled lounge area.
The tender garage is able to house two custom-built tenders, which can also be used as nightclub with glass light dance floors that function as the tenders’ audio system. The Beluga also flaunts a covered green house with real palm trees and a vegetable garden. The green house roof opens like the mouth of a whale, making for a private sundeck of 100 sq. meters.