Most cruise ships follow a simple and less adventurous course than the ship we’re about to show you. They generally track around a few Pacific or European islands, stop off at a port or two for some exploring and that’s about as exciting as it gets.
But imagine if a cruise ship could actually take you to untouched terrains and remote destinations for you to explore before returning to your class leading luxury stateroom?
The proposed idea is the world’s first ‘discovery’ cruise ship, which basically means a big boat that is equipped with enough tech, safety features like jumbo stabilisers, a hull with the highest strength rating and an entire back up engine allowing it to unlock remote destinations that have otherwise been no go zones for large cruise liners.
The ship would be equipped with plenty of gear so that you can comfortably explore the entire landscape, from the sky to under the sea. There would be onboard helicopters, several tenders, kayaks and even a submarine with plenty points of access to the outside via lowing platforms.
This exciting concept means being able to explore areas like the arctic where you could fly over the giant glaciers and see the landscape from a bird’s eye view and even swim with the penguins and underwater shipwrecks in a seven-seat submarine.
This sounds like a pretty thrilling way to experience some of the world’s natural beauty!