Chulhun Design Valkyrie Superyacht

Feb 11, 2019

Category: Rides

South Korean chief designer at Latitude Yachts, Chulhun Park, is dreaming big with his plans to build an extravagant silver superyacht. With the help of Monaco-based Palmer Johnson Yachts, Park is driven to bring the Chulhun Design Valkyrie Superyacht to life, which will be the largest superyacht when it’s completed.

The 229-meter luxury ride would eclipse the current largest superyacht in the world dubbed Azzam by 49 meters. Valkyrie will have enough room to accommodate 52 guests in 26 comfortable cabins, in addition to 92 crew members. It will include a full-size casino, art gallery, convention hall, and a theater. The superyacht will also feature Palmer Johnson’s trimaran hull, which will decrease drag at high speeds for excellent stability. The best part about this modern marvel is you don’t have to be Bruce Wayne to step on board. Park wants his superyacht to be a public vessel and not just some exclusive property boasted by a billionaire. Park estimates the build to cost around $800 million.

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