Most millionaires might have the money to buy their own personal yachts, but for those who would rather be waited on by an expert staff and stay in a suite larger than the average American home, then Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer is the perfect accommodation.
The $450 million state-of-the-art cruise ship is currently being commissioned and its maiden voyage is set to take place in the summer of 2016 when it will depart from Monte Carlo and make a two-week journey to Venice and throughout the Mediterranean.
Elite guests can stay in 3,875-square-foot luxury suites that include wood floors, marble and leather features, massive glass walls, a grand piano, an in-room spa with sauna and steam room, and even a private garden.
Regent Suites also include free and unlimited in-suite spa services, free first class flights to any U.S port, a personal butler, a private car and driver at every port, and a personalized bar that is replenished daily. Amenities are provided by Hermes, L’Occitane and other top designer brands.
The ship itself also offers a Monte Carlo-styled casino and an old Hollywood-styled theatre, along with many luxury restaurants and lounges.
Forget about getting a yacht — this is way better.