This $25 Million Boat Is Basically The Batmobile Of The Ocean

The Xhibitionist resembles a futuristic car like the Batmobile, but it's actually a yacht valued at $25 million!
The Xhibitionist resembles a futuristic car like the Batmobile, but it's actually a yacht valued at $25 million!

Imagine if the Batmobile – the boring Nissan that it is – could do more than just chase down the joker or flip through the streets of Gotham City.

This yacht, which appears to be some sort of futuristic car, looks a lot like something that might be driven by Ben Affleck in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice or something that Daniel Craig might take for a spin in his latest 007 film.

This $25 Million Boat Is The Batmobile Of The Ocean

The Xhibitionist, as it’s known, was designed by Eduard Gray of Gray Designs in Sweden and is worth about $25 million. So, really, something you could easily afford if you just dug through your couch cushions for a few extra minutes each morning. “It is, first and foremost, a cleverly engineered workhorse; a nautical tool designed to fulfill many different roles,” the Gray Design website reveals. “As the name and unconventional appearance may suggest, this is no ordinary yacht. This is something completely different. This is the Xhibitionist.”

This $25 Million Boat Is The Batmobile Of The Ocean

Besides being the coolest looking boat in the world, the Xhibitionist also boats a helipad, capable of accommodating three helicopters at once (or serving as a concert stage), a viewing window, eight rooms, a showroom, and several jacuzzis.

This $25 Million Boat Is The Batmobile Of The Ocean

I think that if I skip my morning lattes for the next 1,200 lifetimes, I should be able to afford the toilet plunger that they use on-board.


If you could afford it, would you buy the Xhibitionist yacht?

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