Inside plan for incredible £1 BILLION LAB superyacht with private jets and spa so scientists can swim in ultra-luxurious style
THESE are incredible new plans for a billion-pound superyacht that could be fitted with a laboratory, oceanographic equipment and even a small hospital.
The stunning 215-meter long G-Quest is a brand new brainchild of the company California designer Steve Kozloff.
Kozlov wanted to create a vessel that would allow its owner to oversee their humanitarian efforts while living in luxury at sea.
He explains, “The top three decks are for the master and the master’s guests.
“The remaining 80% of a yacht dedicated to oceanographic research, medical research, experiments with ecologically clean traffic and medical interventions.’
The massive 6,500 square foot aircraft hangar can accommodate two Sikorsky S-92 VIP helicopters and an electric VTOL.
This allows the ship to carry personnel and various smaller helicopters ashore.
In this impressive new design, long-distance passenger transport can be accomplished using two Cessna Caravan seaplanes.
These seaplanes will be suspended amidships on the waterline.
Land trips are serviced in a garage designed for two off-road vehicles, including one Nimbl mobile autonomous land vehicle.
For underwater research, the garage can accommodate and launch one U-Worx Research Submarine.
The magnificent G-Quest accommodates 26 guests in total luxury, as well as 150 crew members, which may include doctors, scientists, pilots, nurses, research engineers and the ship’s operational team.
The 3,000 square foot owner’s suite is located at the bow with beautiful panoramic views and a large private pool.
On board, guests can enjoy a large spa and pool with a bar, as well as a spacious dining and lounge area.
The medical complex will provide more than twenty hospital beds, including robotic surgery with 5G connectivity.
Additional services may include MRIs and X-rays, an ophthalmology department, and even dentistry.
The G-Quest will be powered by azimuth thrusters powered by batteries charged by generator engines that run on hydrogen, methanol, biodiesel and other green fuels of the future.
On this dazzling new ship, a molten thorium salt nuclear reactor will heat water and power a steam turbine.
The steam turbine is connected to a generator that charges the batteries and provides direct power to the propellers.
The vessel has a range of over 20,000 nautical miles.
The Steve Kozloff Design G-Quest concept, described as “the future of research, humanitarian and luxury,” is currently available to interested parties for production.