Can you picture a flying superyacht? SottoStudios Design has created it. Skyacht One is based on an Embraer Lineage 1000E jet. Now you can enjoy the luxury of a superyacht while you are cruising in the stratosphere.
Skyacht One’s most distinctive feature is its faux mahogany tail fin and hull, which will remind you of classic sailing boats of days gone by. This theme continues in the interior all through the cabin from the master suite to the conference room.
The design brief provided to SottoStudios Design emphasized innovative luxury, and the extravagantly decorated interior shows that this requirement has been met. The master bathroom features gold taps and there are brass inlaid window surrounds with mahogany panelling.
Skylights that run the length of the aircraft and mood lighting that is meant to be used when it is darker outside help to ensure that the 4,000-square-foot cabin will always be perfectly lit.
According to Embraer, the custom-designed jet offers 5 separate cabin zones and hundreds of possible layout options. You can have Skyacht One for around 83 million US dollars, depending on the options you choose.
The aircraft has a range of 4,600 nautical miles and it can reach a maximum altitude of 41,000 feet.
It features the biggest in-flight accessible baggage compartment offered by any executive jet. It has an area of 323 square feet, and there is also an external baggage space with an area of 120 square feet.
The aircraft is capable of operating in restrictive airports, allowing the owner to avoid busier airports.
Skyacht One features an in-flight entertainment system and a spa-like lavatory and walk-in shower. There are wireless iPad controls for lights, window shades, temperature, video and audio. Why compromise on luxury when you’re flying?