This Quintessentially One Yacht Will Be a “Floating Private Members’ Club for Billionaires”
A luxury superyacht of 722ft in length named Quintessentially One will be a floating members’ only club and you can’t get in if you aren’t invited!
Priced at about £250million ($311.6 million), this superyacht is set to be the “the world’s largest floating private members’ club” and only the billionaires will be able to afford a membership.
This yacht will be 722ft long, as long as two football pitches and will have everything a billionaire will need, from an on-board DJ to Jacuzzi area and more.
On-board DJs will spin tracks for their rich audience while bartenders whip up fancy cocktails.
Quintessentially One will be the ground zero for the luxurious events while also offering a moving hotel and restaurant, which will be catered for by up-market London restaurant The Wolseley.
The Britain-based concierge company named Quintessentially is building the floating club along with Kloster, a Norwegian shipping company.
The luxury brand company has released a video to show off the lavish ship and giving everyone a sneak peek as to what 2019 will be like for the rich.
As well as several restaurants and bars, there is a golf green – and both indoor and outdoor pools, while a cinema room, theatre and library should keep guests entertained.
Aaron Simpson, co-founder of Quintessentially “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.
“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.”
Five billionaires have already paid £8.5 million each towards the cost of launching the luxury liner in return for a private suite.
The rest of the €250m bill has been footed by Quintessentially, who will operate the ship as a private members club for its well-heeled members.
In the summer of 2019, it will begin travelling around Europe and stop off in St Tropez, Cannes and Marbella before spending the autumn in Greece, Dubai and Beirut.
Over the winter months, the ship will head to the warm waters of Miami and St Barthelemy before heading to Granada for the Port Louis Granada Sailing Festival. It’s final stop, in 2020, will be Rio – just in time for the carnival.
It seems that everything is already planned! Would you want a private membership at this one-of-a-kind floating club?