Take the beach to the yacht! OUTRAGEOUS 393ft megayacht comes with an expanding lower deck to ‘connect you with the ocean’ (and below-deck garage for the helicopter)

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  • Project Indah is a boat that ‘has been created to meet the growing demand for megayachts over 100 metres’ 
  • She actually measures 120m (393ft), which would put her in the top 30 lengthiest superyachts in the world 
  • Other features include a gym and sauna behind tinted glass with views aft and a private owners’ suite

The oceangoing super-rich are in a perpetual state of one-upmanship with their fancy vessels – and it’s this mindset that sparked Project Indah, a boat that according to its designer ‘has been created to meet the growing demand for megayachts over 100 metres’.

She actually measures 120 metres (393ft) – which would put her in the top 30 lengthiest superyachts in the world – and she has a lengthy list of features to match, one of the most notable being a patented fold-out ‘beach club’.

Megayacht concept Indah has a patented fold-out beach club (pictured), additional deck space that comes courtesy of transom bulkheads that can rotate outwards

The oceangoing super-rich are in a perpetual state of one-upmanship with their fancy vessels – and it’s this mindset that sparked Project Indah, a boat that according to its designer, Opalinski Design House, ‘has been created to meet the growing demand for megayachts over 100 metres’. Pictured is the stern in cruise mode

Opalinski Design House says: ‘This yacht utilizes proven design template, at the same time pushing the boundaries of what is possible’

Take a look around 120m megayacht designed by Opalinski Design House
Florida-based Opalinski Design House, the firm behind the boat design and creator of the concept, explains that while at anchor, the transom bulkheads (the sides of the boat at the stern) rotate outwards, revealing additional deck space that nearly doubles the size of the conventional swim platform.