With a 23ft swimming pool and a sleek design that will turn heads no matter where it goes, this stunning superyacht is a tribute to Spain?s famous party island.
Eivissa II ? a concept yacht named for the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, using its Catalan name ? could be the ultimate party boat for billionaire owners.
It would offer plenty of deck space for guests to lounge in the sun or groove to music, but its crown jewel is an inviting 5ft deep pool at the back of the lower deck.
Eivissa II was designed by Spanish firm NaoYacht, based on the Andalucian coast in Sanlucar de Barrameda.
If a wealthy client signs on to build it, the motor yacht will have a bow deck with a cocktail bar, hot tub and a helipad that doubles as a sun deck when guests aren't using it to travel straight from the airport to the sea.
When guests aren?t passing the time in the pool or the sea, they can kick back and watch films or programmes on indoor and outdoor cinemas, or relax in the superyacht?s very own spa.
It is, however, suited to social types, with indoor and outdoor spaces for dining and entertaining.
With a top speed of 19 knots (22mph), Eivissa II has been designed to accommodate 14 guests and 21 crew members.
As with every superyacht, the largest cabin would be the owner?s suite, featuring a private lounge and office for moments when the getaway isn?t all about play.
When the party is over, or temporarily halted, guests will retire to four en-suite double cabins with dressing rooms and two cabins with single beds, which were designed for children in case the yacht is being used for family time.
The design includes 10 cabins on the lower deck for the crew and captain?s quarters on the upper deck.
It calls for a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, and two 3,500-3,800hp engines to power it.
Eivissa II is the brainchild of naval architects Jesus Franco Martin and Alejandro Gonzalez Andreu, who founded NaoYacht in 2015.