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Melbourne, Dec 22 (ANI): A new luxury yacht called Sovereign comes with a matching on board limousine for its owners to travel while at port.

The 132 million-dollar vessel has been created by luxury boat and car designer Gray Design.  The Swedish company released a similar car-boat combo in 20, called the Strand Craft, but has gone a step further with Sovereign. The yacht took ‘design cues from exclusive limousines’ and looks like a much larger sea version of the car it comes with.  “We thought about a typical person on board one of these yachts and asked: how do they travel on land? Well – limousine,” News.com.au quoted design boss Eduard Gray telling CNN.  The 100 metre long luxury vessel features furniture designed by Armani, a swimming pool, golfing green, ten guest suites, a nightclub, private cinema and a helicopter pad – apart from the limousine that can be lifted onto land using on board cranes.

For all its extravagance, the Sovereign proves that it is possible to be excessive and eco-friendly. It uses a wind turbine in the yacht’s mast and solar panels on the cabin roof to generate clean energy to run itself.

According to the Daily Mail, the boat is still in the engineering stage, but should enter production soon. (ANI)




Sovereign Yacht 2 Gray Design Sovereign Luxury Yacht

Gray Design has a focus on designing unique products that are both beautiful and extravagant and their car, motorbike and luxury yacht designs have been embraced the world over.  Gray Design also does bespoke design that integrates their client’s ideas to surpass their expectations like the Gray Design Sovereign Yacht.

This is one yacht that will have all other yacht owners talking because the Sovereign Yacht features a wind turbine and solar panels that supplement the boat’s power supply.  There is also a retractable cover that serves as a shade for the onboard Jacuzzi and infinity pool.  Up top there is a glass helipad and below a beach club and an on-board garage for an optional custom built limo all in a yacht that can travel up to 30 knots.  Impressive!