Migaloo Submersible Yacht

Austrian-based design firm Motion Code: Blue has released renderings for what the company says is the world’s first submersible yacht.

Private Submersible Yacht Migaloo
From wind-­powered wooden classics to plastic ships powered by the sun, there are many different types of boats out there, but the one thing they all have in common is that they were designed to float. Well, most of them. Austrian-based design firm Motion Code: Blue has released renderings for what the company says is the world's first submersible yacht. Dubbed Migaloo, she is ­perfect for the modern-day Capt. Nemo or those looking to elude the paparazzi (we're looking at you, John Kerry).Courtesy Motion Code: Blue
Motion Code Blue Private Submersible Yacht
The 377-foot craft mixes pleasure with privacy in a way that no other yacht can. Her cylindrical hull resembles modern navy submarines, but there is no confusing this ship with a war machine, thanks to the bar, in-deck pool, lounge areas, sun beds and helipad.Courtesy Motion Code: Blue
Private Submarine Yacht Migaloo
The ­chairs and other furniture get stowed belowdecks when Migaloo is submerged, and the pool bottom rises to form a flush deck. There's also a full-beam lounge and owner's suite on the forward deck. Eight VIP suites, a cinema, a library, a gym and a gaming room keep guests entertained. Will the Migaloo concept sink or swim? Motion Code: Blue hopes it will do both.Courtesy Motion Code: Blue