We have two different models, what we call the Undersea Resorts which will be floating in the top tropical destinations such as Hawaii, Cabo San Lucas and Miami Beach.
Featuring 110 undersea suites overlooking with undersea landscaping habitat through large windows. And, 290 ocean front large suites adjacent with spacious verandas.
The resort can be moved via propulsion to safer harbor in case of hurricane.
The second development is the 5-star waterfront hotels which will be floating in the busiest metropolitan destinations such as London, Singapore, NYC, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Macau, Sydney, Venice & Rome.
The waterfront hotels featuring with their own engine; the property can be employed as standalone waterfront hotels or as an extension of an existing hotel or pier property.
The yacht-resort isn't a cheap concept. "It requires a large capital outlay, sometime complicated by the need for hybrid moveable versus fixed assets financing."
However, the Undersea Resort will tend to fetch a higher return on ROI than its land resorts. "There have been several attempts to copy our project, but it is far too expensive to order or to develop one of these from a typical shipyard."
The concept is purposely designed to serve as both as Undersea Resort and as Waterfront Hotels.
This undersea landscaping will be the typical view from every undersea accodomations.
Featuring Large windows to facilitated to our guest kids the unlimited direct contact with the largest sea mammals such as Orcas' and Humpback Whales.
It will be of the most profound experience that our future guest kids will receive during their lives.