Quintessentially One is essentially a 220-meter superyacht being built at a cost of $264-million. When complete, it will be 40 meters longer than Azzam, the world’s largest private yacht, owned by Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Amenities will include a spa, beach club, shopping mall, library and even a hotel. One caveat: membership is by invitation only. “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,” said Aaron Simpson, co-founder of Quintessentially. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The beach club is expected to be one of the most frequently-visited areas, due to its stunning pool, impressive views and comfortable seating. Guests can relax while topping up their tans and travelling towards their next dream destination. The impressive vessel will also have 12 triplex apartments for sale located on the top decks, as well as a boutique hotel which will be operated by luxury hotelier, Campbell Gray Hotels,” according to Daily Mail.