$25 Million Mega Yacht Is the Batmobile for the Water


The Xhibitionist, created by a Swedish car designer, measures 230 feet long. (Courtesy: Gray Design)

When it comes to billionaire toys, it’s nice to get as close as you can to superhero status.   

The megayacht called the Xhibitionist is the Batmobile –but for the high seas.  But you better have deep pockets like Bruce Wayne.

Built by Swedish-based car designer Eduard Gray of Gray Design, the 230-foot yacht will cost you a cool $25 million. 


(Courtesy: Gray Design)

Its striking hull, complete with sports car lines, features a low stern that sits closer to the lapping water and a sleek front deck with built-in solar panels that slide out from beneath the yacht’s deck and can be used to power the ship or act as a helipad and concert space.  On top is a Jacuzzi and plenty of space where guests can take in the views.

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A sliding panel acts as a helipad. (Courtesy: Gray Design)

Down below, the interior has an art nouveau design with shiny monochrome furnishings, room to sleep eight guests and ample space to showroom a fleet of sports cars.  At the bow is an above-water viewing window set in a secluded alcove that provides views of aquatic life.

Your matching sports cars have plenty of room to stretch out here. (Courtesy: Gray Design)

The engines, instead of hidden away, are housed behind the glass walls are plainly visible, and allows easy access for maintenance. It even has its own matching sports car for those onshore errands, like saving mankind.

Now, if it could just fly.

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