TAKE a look at this incredible futuristic 277ft superyacht equipped with a mind-blowing infinity jacuzzi, four jet skis and even a helipad.
The remarkable designs for the “modern and chic” vessel were unveiled by the esteemed Rodriguez Design Studio.
The Spanish creatives showed off their latest concept they envision sailing the seven seas, known as Catalina, on Tuesday.
They set out to develop the “perfect charter superyacht” for the uber-rich to explore the oceans in a truly luxurious fashion.
And their efforts have resulted in a tsunami of interest from yacht enthusiasts across the world.
But it comes as no surprise thanks to its extraordinary details and design, masterminded by studio founder Josh Rodriguez.
The sprawling seacraft features a sleek steel hull, a lightweight aluminum superstructure and a modest exterior.
As well as boasting a 51ft beam, Catalina can accommodate up to eight guests and 22 crew members.
The lucky travellers could enjoy a taste of alfresco living on one of the five huge decks while making waves.
With an almost 1,100-square-foot beach deck, there is plenty of room to relax while soaking up the sunshine.
A stunning rectangular pool steals the show, equipped with a counter-flow system to test the strength of your swimming.
A range of deckchairs adorns the rest of the deck, which also has a diving platform for those who fancy a dip in the ocean.
You could also make use of the fold-out platforms to add an extra 430 square feet of space by simply pressing a button.
Steps can then take you directly into the sea if you are not brave enough to dive bomb in.
Water lovers can then enjoy a change of pace by heading along two side staircases to the mezzanine deck.
A gigantic glass-fronted jacuzzi surrounded by two sun pads takes pride of place as the perfect spot to relax.
The same stairs then lead onto the main deck, which is where you can unwind on the striking L-shaped sofas.
Those with a need for speed can totter on down to the opposite side and dive on one of the four incredible jet skis.
Digging one out will prove a thrill for anyone with a flair for the dramatics, thanks to the two magnificent gullwing doors.
The space-saving gimmick even permits space to cram in another four tenders inside Catalina’s garage.
Stepping inside the 277ft superyacht, guests will be greeted by a series of enticing amenities to make use of.
Interior designer Ignacio Rodriguez said he wanted to forge a “modern and chic” look, using pastel blue accents and bronze details to replicate the calming of the tranquil waters.
There is a main salon on the main deck, as well as a dining area, a galley, two VIP cabins and the owner’s huge suite.
A trio of double cabins line the lower deck and are kept company by an onboard spa, sauna, gym and massage room.
There is even a hairdressing salon to keep your locks looking fresh, alongside the crew’s quarters.
Climbing to the upper deck, you will find the second biggest outside area Catalina has to offer.
Guests can take in the views on the oversized sun pad or make use of the ample seating on offer – alongside two wet bars.
Or they may prefer to grab the popcorn and watch a chopper land on the spectacular helipad while exploring the stern of the ship.
To the aft, a six-person U-shaped sofa and a 14-seat circular lounge are situated, providing the perfect socialising spot.
Last but not least, the bridge deck is clearly what Rodriguez Design Studio envisions as the most intimate spot.
It boasts sensational views of the water, a Teppanyaki grill, a wet bar, dining table and the captain’s quarters.
From here, you can access the sky deck, which features another open-air Jacuzzi and a lounge.
Catalina is also kitted out with floor-to-ceiling glass windows and glass bulwarks to ensure you never miss any stunning scenery.
The vessel is powered by a hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system that promises a range of 6,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Josh Rodriguez said of the concept: “The styling of the yacht marks the design direction of the studio coming into 2023: simple yet elegant.”