The Admiral X Force 145 is not your everyday mega-yacht. The 465-foot vessel takes luxury to eye-popping new heights.
Not only is the yet-to-be-built boat huge; its lavish interiors are punctuated by crystal chandeliers and solid marble floors.
Two pools, two movie theaters, two helipads, a garage, multiple gym facilities, and a bi-level pool area merely scratch the surface of what this incredible boat will offer.
Though the price is only available on request, The Daily Mail estimates it will cost over $ 1 billion. Would that make it the world’s most expensive yacht? Only if it gets built before spring 2018, when 4Yacht’s Triple Deuce, a 722-foot leviathan, is set to be completed.
The Italian Sea Group project was dreamed up by Dobroserdov Design in a partnership with Admiral Centro Stile. They provided us an artist’s rendering of what the ship will look like when it’s commissioned and completed.
Feast your eyes on the Admiral X Force 145. It doesn’t get much more luxurious than this.
The X Force is longer than two jumbo jets or one-and-a-half football fields.
Inside, the yacht is packed with extravagant details. This main salon area is massive.
The centerpiece of the salon is a huge chandelier surrounded by a circular staircase.
The glittering fixture hangs over an indoor pond accented by glass sculptures.
Surrounding the water feature is a sitting area for all the guests you could possibly bring aboard.
Toward the front of the boat, the master bedroom is a sight to behold. This entire half deck is reserved for the owner.
Surrounded by a zen garden, the suite is certainly a place of utmost tranquility.
In addition to floor-to-ceiling windows, three skylights let in tons of sunshine.
With solid marble floors, the hallways are as grandiose as those of a five-star hotel.
The guest suites are smaller than the master room, but not by much.
Guest bedrooms also have seating areas…
…which open up to their own in-suite balcony.
Suite renderings present an eclectic décor, but that may change in the final ship.
Other lounge areas dot the boat, some of which feature open-air balconies.
Not a single corner was cut in the design of the bathrooms.
On top of their roomy square-footage, bathrooms are outfitted with gorgeous baths and marble touches.
A full dining room sits on one of the lower decks.
A bi-level spa and bar at the back of the boat makes for a total party room. Another pool is located on the top deck.
When the sun falls, a 360-degree ring of lights illuminates the yacht’s perimeter.
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