Migaloo PSY (Private Submersible Yachts) has revealed a 165.8-metre submersible superyacht concept known as Migaloo M5. Suitable in both tropical and arctic conditions, the Migaloo M5 is designed to be fully submerged at a depth of 250 metres for approximately four weeks.
“In addition to motor yachts and sailing yachts, I believe that submersible superyachts will become an additional category of private vessels that owners can choose from,” said Migaloo PSY CEO Christian Gumpold.
The Migaloo M5 benefits from 1,000 square metres of interior space, with 220 square metres dedicated to the owner. Accommodation is between 14-20 guests and 32-40 crew, dependent on the owners’ preference in ratio.
Leisure highlights include a spa (measuring 200 square metres), an outdoor cinema, a helipad, helicopter hangar and two “Midget Submarines” for further deep sea exploration. For surface and land cruising, the yacht also comes with a 12.5-metre limousine tender and two expedition vehicles, alongside an extensive collection of water toys.
“Key partners, such as the shipyard, are up to the owners’ preferences. But the team is able to supervise all partners during engineering, building, sea trials and outfitting, up to handover to the owner [and] including after sales services and yacht management,” explained a Migaloo PSY spokesperson. The development of special knowledge training for captains and crew can also be managed by the company.
The Migaloo M5 is expected to have a range of over 8,000 nautical miles, with a speed of 20 knots when surfaced and 12 knots when submerged.