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The Beluga – Sorry, this ‘iYacht’ is Not from Apple!

November 4, 2010

You have seen Apple create an iPod, iPhone, and iPad–making them a hype especially when it comes to design and function. Now, what do you think about Apple designing a ship or yacht? Can it be called an iYacht? I was just wondering the same thing after seeing this ergonomically-tailored yacht called “The Beluga, Emperor of the Seven Seas!”

This innovative superyacht is the latest creation from Pursang which is an inception from the mind of the company’s own CEO and chief designer Will Erens. Made mostly of glass and metal, the flawlessly engineered yacht is inspired by a whale and a luxury hotel from the fairy tale fancy of the creator paying tribute to Jonah, Moby Dick, and Pinocchio.


According to the BornRich.org, The Beluga luxury yacht has five luxury suites with extendable balconies and en’suite spas, a Turkish bath, a state-of-the-art gym and a professional movie theater. On the front is a 650 sq. meter beach club with a 14-meter-long swimming pool, a whirlpool and a cocktail bar with a two-leveled lounge area. The Beluga also flaunts a covered green house with real palm trees and a vegetable garden. The green house roof opens like the mouth of a whale, making for a private sundeck of 100 sq. meters. The tender garage is able to house two custom-built tenders, which can also be used as nightclub with glass light dance floors that function as the tenders’ audio system. The luxury yacht also has a helipad. The Beluga has a steel hull with an aluminum superstructure with a beam of 18m (59ft).

Photo credits: Pursang via BornRich.org

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