Mind-blowing superyacht with its own WATERFALL and pool aquarium revealed in new designs

A YACHT influencer has revealed stunning designs for a superyacht that would fit right in on a billionaire's wish list.

Denis Suka, a.k.a. The Yacht Mogul, came up with the luxurious superyacht concept, which has its very own waterfall.


The superyacht is called the Mogul 777 – as it is 77.7 meters long.

The boat has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure.

It's full of lavish luxuries including nine cabins and a master suite with a spacious owner’s deck.

It has a central fire pit surrounded by curved lounges, as well as a helipad.

The feature piece is definitely the yacht's swimming pool.

It has a waterfall that runs into it from the ceiling and it sits beneath an aquarium.

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That means guests could observe the fish while swimming in the water below.

Abbasli Design also worked on the project.

No price has been given for how much a superyacht like this would cost.

Suka has over 763,000 followers on Instagram.

He rose to fame after designing a superyacht project called Mogul in November 2020.

Now he designs, sells and charters luxury boats and yachts.

The Norwegian influencer says: “I was always curious to know more about those luxury mega toys moving through seas and oceans anchoring in the world’s most famous harbors and drawing everyone’s attention.

“I said to myself that there must be something special about superyachts and that’s where I belong.”




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