A JAW-DROPPING 480ft superyacht that may be submerged in water and boasts an open-air tennis court docket has set sail after a three-year conversion.
The distinctive vessel, named OK, started its life as a yacht transportation ship in Japan in 1982 earlier than work started to rework it right into a semi-submersive yacht on the Karmarine Shipyard in Turkey.
Exterior designer Timur Bozca, who received the Younger Designer of the 12 months award in 2015, stated OK has the power to submerge virtually 70 per cent of itself.
The vessel – described as an undiscovered island – has room to hold a 46m crusing yacht and a sea airplane and is estimated to be price £30million.
It additionally incorporates a tennis court docket, out of doors cinema and room for 20 visitors.
It was initially in-built 1982 as a semi-submersible yacht transportation ship – however has been reworked into an expedition vessel.
It’s at the moment based mostly at Karmarine Shipyard in Turkey.
The vessel’s submerging capability permits it to sink the center platform of the boat with a purpose to enable cargo to be carried simply above water.
The characteristic additionally implies that as soon as the deck is cleared visitors can use the open-air tennis court docket on the water.
Designed with enhanced inner energy, the vessel, which has sufficient room to hold a 150ft crusing yacht and a sea airplane, can deal with each stern and facet loading.
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