Mind blowing.  That’s how we feel when we lay eyes on the Sovereign, a 100 meter luxury yacht from Gray Design.

Clearly targeted at the uber rich, this yacht boasts a an assortment of features that is fit for any sultan, king, queen or monarch.  The mast contains a wind turbine that collects energy along with an array of solar panels that cover the roof to help power the lighting system and juice up the on board battery system.

At the aft an infinity pool circulates around a reinforced glass helicopter pad.  Take a night time dip and the edges light up, bathing you in a warm glow of opulence.  If that doesn’t satiate your swimming needs, or soothe your wary muscles, a jacuzzi sits at the bow and can be covered by a retractable sun cover.

The Sovereign’s design uses just three floors thus maintaining the yacht’s sleek low profile.  The owners suites extends from the aft to the bow and includes an atrium located under the glasshouse beneath the pilothouse.  Up to 10 guest suites can accommodate up to an additional 20 people on board this mansion on the water.  Adding to its rich accommodations are a nightclub, cinema, gym, library and a beach club which looks up through the floor of the helipad. For some additional cash, Gray Partners will toss in a custom built limo that parks alongside the seaborne tenders.

The Sovereign’s top speed is 30 knots, which is derived from 3 MTU engines.

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Christen Costa

 
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."