This Sleek 394-Foot Mega Yacht Comes With a Beach Club
The world of super yachts and mega yachts is growing, showcasing a number of luxurious and innovative designs for seafaring fans over recent years.
The recently-revealed Indah mega yacht concept glides right into place next to other designs. Created by Florida-based Opalinski Design House, the Indah yacht is a stunning 394 foot (120 meter) long vessel.
What makes Indah stand out from other yachts, however, is her incredible extendable beach club aft (at the back).
Indah is much more than a "simple" mega yacht, she's essentially a waterfront entertainment venue that you can anchor wherever you desire.
The yacht's beach club certainly makes Indah stand out from other luxury yachts. The patented design comes with rotating transom bulkheads that open outwards, revealing more space and almost doubling the aft deck area.
The space comes equipped with sunpads for sunbathing, the extended deck is raised to meet the swimming platform, which creates the beach club effect. A sauna and a gym are nicely hidden behind tinted glass and offer direct views of the sea. Renders can glide right next to the openings in the bulkheads.
The beach club isn't all that's impressive about Indah, which means beautiful in Bahasa Indonesia, the mega yacht also sports an impressive 5,500 GT interior, can accommodate 24 guests over 12 cabins with the top suite equipped with its own balcony. A total of 32 crew can also sleep on her.
In keeping with its luxurious amenities, the yacht offers a jacuzzi, sunbeds, a retractable sunshade, an aft pool, a helicopter landing pad for those who choose to add it, and a number of fancy water toys such as jetskis.
Indah comes equipped with a diesel-electric propulsion package, solar generating surface coatings, and vertical wind turbines. The entire vessel is powered thanks to four MTU16V engines that can push her forward at a stop speed of 24 knots over a range of 7,000 nautical miles.
She's still a concept at this stage, but what a beauty. Enjoy seeing her from all angles thanks to Opalinski Design House's video: