Tickets for a nuclear-powered superyacht will cost $3 million


Tickets for a nuclear-powered superyacht will cost $3 million

Tickets for a nuclear-powered superyacht will cost $3 million

Tickets for a nuclear-powered superyacht will cost $3 million

Royal Falcon Yachts Kolishny Kerivnik presenting the project of a mega-yacht, a service for additional nuclear power Let’s take a trip without koshtovnoy lucky students, for example, we will save $ 3 million for participation in the prelude to the experience of the class.

Aaron Olivera became the mastermind, which won the popularity for the majestic Porsche yacht. For this idea, the ship will start sailing in 2025 with 160 participants on board from different disciplines, 20 students, 165 sportsmen and 40 VIP guests, who can pay 3 million dollars for tickets.

Aaron Olivera, the CEO of Earth 300, told Money FM, told Money FM he thought of the yacht and voyage in 2015, when he went scuba diving in the Maldives. When he went scuba diving in the Maldives he saw dead coral that was killed by the overacidification in the ocean. And the idea of sending “the most beautiful and most intelligent minds” aboard the ship of the new generation came to him.

The design of the ship, which will be powered by safe and sustainable atomic energy from a molten-salt reactor, has 22 “cutting-edge” laboratories that have artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning, real-time data processing, and the latest quantum computer.

“It’s state-of-the-art science at sea,” Olivera said on Money FM.

The vessel has a sleek look. It’s 300 meters long, which is about three football fields, by 46 meters wide, and by 60 meters tall at its highest point, or about the height of an 18-story building.

“It’s a vessel that’s got the overall size of a cruise ship, but it’s not a cruise ship. It’s got the overall look of a superyacht, but it’s not a superyacht,” Olivera said on the radio show. “It’s got the technology to rival an aircraft carrier, but it’s not an aircraft carrier. It’s going to have the endurance and the exploration skills of an explorer vessel, but it’s not an explorer vessel. It’s all of those put together in one package.”

Before founding Earth 300, Olivera was the president of Falcon Royal Yachts, where he helped create two luxury megayachts designed by Porsche, according to his LinkedIn profile. Before that, he worked at Corporate Grand, creating elite dining and entertainment experiences for the ultrawealthy.

The CEO has “experiences in a myriad of industries, from training and development, to publishing, hospitality, retail and yachting,” according to his bio on the Earth 300 website.

When asked why he decided to create a ship to be the vessel for studying climate change, Olivera said, “The oceans are the beating heart of the planet. Without oceans, there cannot be any life.”

Currently, the Earth 300 is just an ambitious concept, which, if successful, can go to the first voyage in 2025.

Olivera has already funneled $5 million into the design, and European and South Korean shipyards are likely to carry out the construction, according to reporting from Entrepreneur. The news site said the total cost of the ship would be about $500 million to $700 million, with some funding coming from private investors.

“The idea was to design an object that would be able to capture everybody’s imaginations on a global scale,” Olivera said on Money FM, adding: “There’s nothing like this.”