After designing and building the Azzam, the world’s biggest superyacht, Nauta Yachts has just unveiled a new project with similar scope called Gleam.

Like the 180-metre Azzam, the new 165-metre Gleam is being designed at the Milan studio, under the direction of Mario Pedol. Just as spectacular as its brother superyacht, the Gleam is also based on the Light concept that was created six years ago.

It goes without saying that the Gleam’s owner and guests will enjoy the ocean views from a floating palace where no detail has been overlooked. With an impressive surface area and various decks, the Gleam’s front deck alone boasts seven VIP cabins with balconies, two VIP suites, a gym, sauna, pool, massage and beauty salon, steam room, movie theatre, casino and more. And that’s in addition to the main reception hall which is 150 metres square. It’s hard to find something to complain about in a setting like this.

On the lower level, in the rear, there’s an impressive deck that transforms into a dance hall and cocktail bar. The front section is reserved for the crew, with 30 cabins, a kitchen and more. Finally, the fifth deck is for the exclusive use of the owner. There’s a 700 square-metre suite with a sports room, studio, meeting room and private relaxation platform. Oh, and then there’s the fold-away staircase for easy access to the water, two garages, five elevators and a heliport.

This massive vessel is equipped with eight generators that deliver 14,000 kW to the diesel-electric engines. Its top speed is 20 knots and cruising speed is 18 knots.

Apparently, some people have the means to enjoy to sea in genuine style.