Austrian-based yacht design studio Motion Code: Blue, has recently developed a design study of a six deck, 115 meter long private submersible yacht, called MIGALOO.
Well known within the industry, Motion Code: Blue has generated many trends in modern yacht design since their founding in 2009. After intense research and knowledge of the current yacht market, the studio came up with an extraordinary design concept to satisfy the ever raising demands for individualisation within the yachting industry.
Christopher Gloning and Cheistian Gumpold, managing directors of Motion Code: Blue commented, “We wanted to transform the well known and tested shape of current submarine designs into a private yacht which offers a state of the art luxury experience similar to those on a superyacht, whilst having the huge benefit to submerge the whole vessel to travel and/or obtain total privacy underneath the waterline without any external disorders.”
The hull of the 115m MIGALOO is identical to current submarines, only the tower is custom designed meaning it is longer and wider to host a light flooded main saloon, followed by a wide staircase including a centered round elevator shaft.
Project MIGALOO is named after the world’s only albino humpback whale that travels the east coast of Australia. First sighted in 1991, the whale was believed to be three to five years old at that time, the whale was named Migaloo after the indigenous Australian word for "white fella".
- Eight VIP-suites, plus owners private quarters over two decks
- Cinema room
- Gaming room
- Four wide side hatches which can be transformed into beach terraces
- A spacious dining area
- Crew quarters
For further information visit Motion Code: Blue GmbH