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Kokomo Island: The World's Only Island for Private Submarines


Kokomo Island: The World's Only Island for Private Submarines
The world’s first and only island for private submarines would be showcased at the Monaco Yacht Show, repots Forbes.

The first pictures were released by the builders of the island, the Migaloo Private Submersible Yachts .
Based on semi-submersible platforms, the private island would be available for sale at the yacht show. The island is totally personalized to the customers taste in size, shape and features and has a overall length of 117m, a beam of 78m and draught of 20.5,-9,7metres. The owner of the island would have exclusive rights to a spectacular penthouse 80m above sea level with jungle deck, palm trees and vertical gardens.

A swimming pool, garden deck for outdoor dining, large pools and waterfalls, 2 beach clubs, a stunning underwater dining saloon and massive storage for tenders and toys would adorn the beach deck. In short, the artificial island would have state-of-the-art megayacht amenities and features along with a dramatic flair of an exotic island.

Inspired by modern Zumwalt-class destroyers, the manufacturers of the private submarine island would also showcase the largest private submarine in the world at over 738 feet. The submarine would be able to move at a maximum speed of 40 knots on the surface and 20 knots underwater. The submarine would allow the owner a private space of 2,100 square meters.

The designers and engineers planned the Migaloo Private Submersible Yachts to provide an alternative to the super- and mega yachts aided by the benefit to submerge the whole yacht when the owner and guests want to keep their privacy during travelling or staying at anchor. In addition the submersible yacht would also have all the features of a common yacht of equal size and would have a better journey experience as the yacht would be able to dive under water when facing rough seas allowing smoother cruising.

The founders of Migaloo are professionals and have substantial experience in the yachting industry and have worked for international shipyards and private yacht owners worldwide. As result of the ever increasing demand for personalization and individualization of super- and mega yachts, the founders of Migaloo PSY have come up with the idea of building large private submarines and floating islands. Aided by the knowledge of the yachting industry the designers paid special attention on the privacy for the owner and guests.

The entire designing, engineering and building exercise and the resultant outcome of the submersible super yacht is very flexible as the customers can choose and decide the custom length of the submarine-yacht hybrid, the exterior styling and the interior design of the yacht.

The Migaloo Private Submersible Yachts have also been designed to meet all safety norms and regulations by the U. S. Navy Subsafe. The features that owners can choose from include spa-areas with Jacuzzis and pools, heli pads and large beach terraces and tender bays for boats and mini-subs.
The manufacturers would also be provided with after sales service in addition to undertaking the entire manufacturing process – from designing to handing over the ultra modern yacht.  


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