The world’s biggest carbon fibre boat, with an infinity pool and a heated pool, is a superyacht costing £ 26 million.
The mega-ship, called Majesty 175, is larger with soft interiors and furniture than a Blue Whale at an impressive 180ft long.
It was designed using carbon fibre in Italy, which means that it is much lighter, quicker and more fuel-efficient than a typical superyacht.
Majesty is powered by heavy-duty twin engines that give it a top speed of 16.5 knots and a nautical range of 4,000 miles.
This week, Gulf Craft, based in Ajman, United Arab Emirates, unveiled the vessel and said it had taken four years to construct the ship.
President Mohammed Hussein Alshaali said It took four years of hard work and dedication for the entire team to produce this project.”
“I believe that even with building the Majesty 175, we have set a new trend that many shipyards in the world will follow.”
Inside the cruise, pictures show a spacious pool and lounge area leading from designer suites illuminated with LED lights.
The yacht also comes with its own speed boat and dock platform where playful water sports equipment can be stored by users.
The majesty may be amazing, but it lives in the shadow of Dilibar, the world’s largest superyacht, owned by Russian billionaire Alisher Uzmanov.
It is said that the Dilibar is worth a whopping £ 515 million, is 511ft in length and weights 16,000 tons.
The yacht has a large swimming pool on the main deck, which can accommodate 36 guests and has a crew of 96, according to a Superyacht fan.
With a cruising speed of 16 knots, the boat achieves a maximum speed of 22.5 knots and is powered by four on-board power plants.