- The world's biggest yacht has revealed drawings of what its $11 million apartments could look like.
- Its maker, Somnio, said some apartments have been sold, but owners have to be invited to buy one.
- The largest apartment on the superyacht is set to stretch across nearly the entire top deck.
At 728 feet-long, the Superyacht Somnio is set to be the world's largest yacht, costing around $600 million.
Somnio shared the first drawings of the apartments' interior designs with Insider ahead of the superyacht's launch in 2024.
The superyacht has 39 apartments which start from $10.8 million each. Some have been sold without the owners even viewing them, Somnio told Insider.
You can't just buy one of these apartments though — you have to wait to be invited. The owners will be kept a secret, Somnio said.
Somnio said the apartments will be spread across six decks. The smallest one starts at 182m² of total space, while the largest one will be 963m² — a third of which will be an outside terrace.
The superyacht's biggest apartment is expected to take over nearly the whole of the top deck, Somnio said.
Apartment owners will work with three design companies for up to three months to choose the interior arrangements and decide on which materials, furniture, lighting, and artwork to have in their rooms, per Somnio.
Some apartments will have a kitchen, a gym, a library, dining areas both inside and outside on the terrace. There will also be a shared wine cellar and tasting room that contains 10,000 bottles, as well as restaurants, bars, and a beach club with watersports, Somnio said.
The design companies will also help to source knickknacks such as cutlery, towels, and bedding for each apartment. Owners can also add their own belongings to the interior design.
The designers will try to choose the most environmentally friendly materials and products for the interior design, Somnio said.
Somnio said the superyacht is set to travel around the world — apartment owners will visit the Mediterranean, spend a week in New York, sail to the South Pacific, and explore Antarctica on the yacht.
Owners can stay or go whenever they please, Somnio told Insider. "It is their home."
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