Live Like a Bond Villain on the World’s Largest Submersible Super Yacht


When you have Jeff Bezos money and James Bond villain swagger, you need your super yacht to have that little something extra that sets it apart. Like something out of a childhood fantasy, Migaloo is a completely customizable yacht that also happens to be a submarine.

The brainchild of Motion Code: Blue, an Austrian company specializing in luxury yacht concept design, the Migaloos are available from 236 feet up to a staggering 928 feet long. To get an idea of just how long that is, it’s the equivalent of three Statue of Liberties stacked on top of each other.

These yachts are inspired by the Navy’s Zumwalt-class destroyers, so not only are that super luxurious, they’re totally badass. If The Poseidon Adventure taught us anything, it’s that life on the high seas isn’t always smooth sailing. That’s when Migaloo dives deep, avoiding the rough waters above and providing you with a comfortable, climate-controlled living environment (and zero chance of your ship flipping upside down in a storm). Using the specifications for the Navy’s Virginia-class attack subs as a jumping off point for the design, Motion Code: Blue claims their submarine yachts can stay submerged for several weeks.

Having trouble deciding how to trick out your super yacht? Migaloo is available in four pre-designed options, starting with the “small” M2, which is 72 meters long, and going all the way up to the behemoth M7 that can be built to 283 meters, making it the world’s largest submersible super-yacht.

Each style includes luxury features worthy of that supervillian life, allowing you and three dozen of your closest friends to party at sea indefinitely. Migaloo yachts have it all: swimming pools, helipads, underwater viewing galleries for spotting sea life, movie rooms, and plenty of bars sprinkled throughout. If you can dream it, your Migaloo yacht probably comes with it. And don’t worry about where to store all of your ocean-exploring toys. Each yacht has dry hangars and wet garages that can hold everything from jet skis to mini subs.

These yachts are still just a concept; no one has stepped up to actually buy one yet. But that hasn’t stopped us from fantasizing about how incredible it would be to own one. And while you’re at it, you might as well order the matching private floating island, which comes decked out with palm trees, a beach, underwater dining room, and of course a shark feeding station, because why not.