Luxury concierge and members-only club Quintessentially is about to get even more exclusive: the London-based firm is set to build the world's largest superyacht, which will double as "a floating private member's club for the global elite," according to the release.
A pool, complete with fountains and cabanas
The 722-foot yacht (that's longer than two football fields, and nearly 130 feet longer than the world's current largest private vessel, Azzam) will sail around the world and pop up at glitzy events like the Monaco Grand Prix and the Cannes Film Festival.
The main staircase
"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," says the company's co-founder Aaron Simpson.
Dubbed the Quintessentially One, the ship will cost $312 million to build and will reportedly include a spa, bar, library, beach club, and shops (shown here in renderings).
"We view Quintessentially One as epitomizing the very best of our members' lifestyles," Simpson tells T&C exclusively. "It will serve as an innovative destination where they can have unprecedented access to the world's foremost cultural and entertainment events."
Parties with famous performers (like Elton John, whom the service has booked for clients' birthdays) are also expected onboard the ship, which will make its first voyage sometime in 2019.
Take a look at some more renderings below:
A meeting room
A poolside bar
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.