Gotham Project Superyacht

Sep 5, 2017

Category: Rides

Upon first glance, it may be difficult to pinpoint why this yacht looks so eerily familiar. That is until you realize that collaborators Icon Yachts, project broker Harry Bristow-Holmes, and designer Ivan Erdevicki took their inspiration for the project from none other than the dark knight of Gotham himself.

Powering this monstrous and stealthy yacht are two 2000hp MTU engines capable of propelling this superhero fortress up to 26 knots on the open water. Also, the Gotham Project comes complete with a glass wine cellar, gymnasium, and state-of-the-art entertainment systems. The entire yacht also measures in at 150 feet in length, boasts a transatlantic range, and hosts enough lodging on board for up to 10 people. It’s a monstrosity that certainly isn’t hiding from its true colors – designed to break the standard of open ocean luxury. Best of all, it’s slated for release in the Spring of 2019.

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