This 351-foot concept superyacht has a waterfall, 360-degree glass elevator, and two pools

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The Stiletto.
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The Stiletto is not your average superyacht.

Instead, it’s a 351-foot floating slice of paradise. Right now, it’s just a concept design by Netherlands-based yacht builders Oceanco, but if built, it would rank among the largest yachts in the world.

The amenities include a glass elevator and an unparalleled view of the surrounding ocean framed by 20-foot floor-to-ceiling windows.


The Stiletto is a 351-foot superyacht designed for incredible views.

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The aft of the ship has a unique system of angled shutters that could let light and air into the deck of the ship, but keep rain out.

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The open design of the ship’s salon would have floor-to-ceiling windows and a 20-foot ceiling.

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An exercise room is also included in the floor plan.

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It would be filled with natural light and located very close to an outdoor bar area.

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The cylindrical glass elevator would offer a stylish way to move between the decks of the ship.

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In total, the ship’s owner’s suite, VIP cabin, and six other guest cabins would be able to sleep 18.

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A helicopter pad on the stern of the ship sits above a mini-waterfall that pours into one of the ship’s two pools.

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With its dual diesel motors coupled with a hybrid electric, the Stiletto could reach a theoretical top speed of 18.5 knots.

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If built, it would be one of the largest yachts in the world.

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