They continue to grow in size and elegance with features that the average man or woman in the street could just dream of. The yacht has certainly evolved through the years with limitations only restricted to your imagination. Many yachts are equipped with everything from submarines to swimming pools to helipads. If Russian businessman Vasily Klyukin has anything to do with it the best is yet to come. Based on designs already on the table, the new yacht will be part of the marine and the aviation industry. Although the concept is still sitting on the table, Klyukin has great expectations that it will eventually become a reality.
The first thing to catch your eye is the sleek appearance of the Monaco 2050. While the interior is certain to be impressive and complete with all the toys and gadgets, the emphasis on the Monaco 2050 is on the top deck. This will not be an average upper deck by any means, in fact; it will be a detachable aircraft that will save the passengers from securing the services of a plane charter company for longer distances. With jump jet capabilities, the aircraft will be able to carry its passengers much further than the traditional helicopter.
In theory, the technology may already exist for such a vessel aircraft combination, however, locating a designer to put it all together may be the challenge. Klyukin is certainly no stranger to dreaming as he has shown his peers by purchasing a space flight ticket on Virgin Airlines for a whopping $1.4 million. This project may be the most ambitious one as yet, but Klyukin feels that with the right guidance the engineers of today could make it happen. Until that time, the private jet charter industry will continue to be the main source of connecting businessmen and women to their important meetings across the globe.