A British company believes that the building floats on the water, has 11 decks, a 360-degree observation area, 4 helicopter floors, a private dock and a few swimming pools that can be a place of future human habitation.
The design is called "Project Utopia" , introduced at the yacht exhibition Monaco.
The Utopia project is more like a floating city than a ship.
BMT design firm Nigel Gee from Southampton, Hants, England has not yet disclosed the cost of building this floating "island" and who their target customers are.
Moving at a slow speed, this special yacht stretches 65 meters above the sea surface. The top floor has both shops, bars and restaurants, covered by a dome that can be pulled in and out.
The director of James Roy Yacht Design Company believes that this floating building has a completely different design from traditional naval architecture . 'Versions of the future are often limited by familiarity with the present or the reflection of the past,' James Roy said.
James Roy adds: ' When it is assumed that yachts are a form of transport, it will be bound in design immediately. Utopia is not something to move. It is a place to stay, acting as a mooring system '.