A stunning 290ft/88m superyacht arrived in Malta’s Grand Harbour Marina on Thursday. According to Arabian Business, the yacht, called NIRVANA, is just one year old, and was described as “the most luxurious floating mansions of its time”.
On sale for an eye-watering $305.6 million (€256.1 million), the NIRVANA was delivered by Oceanco, a renowned custom yacht builder owned by Oman’s private investor, Mohammed Al Barwani.
The sale is reportedly being handled by Edmiston brokerage and is the latest in a line of yachts to be kitted out with sports and entertainment offerings, including ten jet skills and tenders, a 3D cinema, a stage for live performances, a jet pool floor that rises to create a party space, and an exotic glass reptile house.
The sundeck boasts a 3-metre pool, and, behind a fully certified helipad is further sunbathing and entertainment space.
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