REVEALED: Inside the $305m superyacht Nirvana

A look inside the spectacular 290ft Nirvana
The Nirvana is one of the most luxurious floating mansions of its time.

The Nirvana is one of the most luxurious floating mansions of its time.

Rivalling outstandingly lavish UAE and Russian yachts, the one-year old Nirvana is one of the most luxurious floating mansions of its time. The spectacular Trans-Pacific cruiser is evoking an ongoing auction among the world’s billionaires who want to set sail on the six deck vessel.

Delivered by Oceanco, a renowned custom yacht builder owned by Oman’s private investor Dr Mohammed Al Barwani, Nirvana is the largest yacht of its generation delivered by the them.

REVEALED: Our gallery of the Nirvana superyacht 

The 290 ft Nirvana is one of a handful of elite world cruising yachts, with its exceptional quality it is considered one of the most impressive yachts available on the market today.

On sale at $305.6m by Edmiston brokerage, she is the latest in a line of yachts to boast an ample sports and entertainment offering including ten jet skis and tenders, a 3D cinema, a stage for live performances, a jet pool floor that rises to create a gigantic party space and an exotic glass reptile house that is home to chameleons, lizards, water dragons and turtles.

Her secluded sundeck has a 3m plunge pool, and behind the fully certified helipad is an additional sunbathing and entertaining area. Accommodating up to 12 guests, Nirvana is not only idyllic for the owner and his guests, she is also the perfect charter vessel.

Despite her size, the superb onboard crew has the outstanding ability to make this huge yacht seem totally dedicated to each and every guest’s pleasure.  

Each floor of this six deck yacht, designed by Sam Sorgiovanni, is connected by a main stairwell and a six-person glass lift.

Nirvana has enormous fuel, water and food reserves, giving her a Trans-Pacific range and the power to cruise the globe in serene self-sufficiency.

REVEALED: Our gallery of the Nirvana superyacht

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