The Austrian yacht design studio motion code: blue designed a 115-meter private luxury submarine yacht with six decks called MIGALOO.

Submarines on yachts or support vessels are a trend, but these are mostly for three passengers. With MIGALOO, the design studio motion code: blue goes years ahead to develop submarine yacht respectively submarine superyacht.

The hull of the submarine is same used on conventional submersibles, but the tower on top measures more in length. Moreover, the yacht has more outside spaces to enjoy the superyacht lifestyle with sun pads, bar, lounge areas, and an 8 x 3-meter pool. The furnishings are stored under hatches when yacht plans to dive.

Inside the submarine yacht MIGALOO

The beach club opens by two hatches on each side to form four terraces. Two of the terraces are for the dining area and salon on sub-deck one.

The owner has an outside area forward with direct access to the two-level owner suite below. There are eight VIP cabins on the sub-deck number two and three. To live the superyacht below the waterline, the 115m MIGALOO comes with a cinema, a library, a gym with spa.

The crew area with the mess, laundry, extra crew gym, and the cabins are on the sub-deck four and five. The main galley is on sub-deck two, but there are some smaller kitchens for the stewards to serve efficiently on yacht parties.