The Nautilus is presented to market with an interior by Officina Amare.
Moravia Yachting confirm its appointment as the exclusive international partner for the sale of the U-Boat Worx Nautilus submarine.
The U-Boat Worx Nautilus is the world’s first superyacht submarine. This latest design at 42m in length, this incredible hybrid-electrical sub offers deep-sea exploration to a depth of 150m.
Designed to deliver the superyacht lifestyle above the waves as well as below, in surface cruising mode the Nautilus features a sun deck with freshwater pool, bar counter and al fresco dining area, as well as an impressive beach club. In an innovative feat of engineering, the sun deck is retracted before the Nautilus dives. There’s accommodation for up to 10 guests in five ensuite cabins, each benefitting from their own large picture-window, and separate quarters for a crew of seven.
The Nautilus is presented to market with an interior by Officina Amare. Understandably, the ocean has been the source of inspiration for the interior styling and the arrangement centres around the 10 circular viewports, which have a diameter of almost 4m. A mezzanine observation lounge provides panoramic views whether above or below the water’s surface, and the interior can be fully customised with alternative layouts available.
This state-of-the-art submarine is constructed in steel and offers a surface speed of 9 knots or 4 knots when submerged, with a range of 3,200 nautical miles. Equipped with a sonar system and underwater cameras, the Nautilus will bring you face-to-face encounters with marine life and offer complete underwater freedom in total safety.
Designed, engineered, and built by the most competent and experienced company in this field, the Nautilus presents a buyer an exceptional opportunity and a chance to achieve a number of world firsts. The Nautilus is not just a means of transportation, but is a true technological marvel built to take you on adventures around the world and under the waves.
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