Superyacht set to be one of largest in the world on sale for £21m – and you can customise it to your taste

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A superyacht which could be one of the biggest in the world is on sale for £21 million – and the new owner will even be able to customise it to suit their taste.

Project Y910 is currently the ninth-largest superyacht under construction and could potentially be in the top 40 largest in the world when it’s finished, depending on the chosen design.

The vessel is currently sitting in Fincantieri Trieste Shipyard in Italy, ready for outfitting, with potential plans for up to 18 staterooms and all common areas with accommodation for up to 36 guests and 50 crew members.

Pictured: Project Y910

If the new owner chooses to go ahead with current proposals, Project Y910 would have 25,000 square ft of accommodation and entertaining space, as well as 14,000 square ft of open space.

There would be two luxurious pools onboard, as well a large owner’s apartment; two additional VIP apartments and 15 double-berth cabins, giving plenty of space for everyone.

The yacht is so huge, it also includes two helipads; a helicopter lift/hangar; four tender garages which will accommodate any type of vehicles, including all-terrain bikes, mini mokes, large SUVs, and a landing craft for their shuttle to and from shore.

The exterior of the 120-metre yacht has already been completed by recycling an existing ice-class hull, lengthening it, adding a completely new aluminum superstructure and a hybrid diesel-electric propulsion.

Jack Mahoney of Boathouse Auctions said: “With a thousand possibilities for complete personalization, the new owner can give life to a unique yachting project, an explorer luxury megayacht, a private superyacht, a charter and event dedicated superyacht, or a luxury resort residence.”

Pictured: Project Y910

Following the online auction on Concierge Auctions’ digital marketplace held between 11-23 November, the highest bidder will have a dedicated team to carry out the work.

The yacht is listed for sale at €25 million by agent Eric Althaus of Althaus Luxury Yachting but has no reserve.

Eric said: “A dedicated team of engineers, architects, and designers are available to make the new owner’s dream a reality.

“With a significant stage of completion thus far, the predicted delivery from the signature of the contract is just 18 months—significantly less time than four to five years when starting from scratch.”