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Attention, billionaires! Why would you opt for a run-of-the bill G6 when you can fly around in the world in a jet called the ?
It's an appropriate name for the concept plane, a custom Embraer Lineage 1000E that was designed by former Disney Imagineer using a historic wooden yacht called the as inspiration.
"So what if a yacht could fly?" Sotto himself. "Why should handmade luxury only exist on your wrist, in an exotic car, or on a yacht? With Skyacht One, 'Wow' happens every time you see or touch something."
Well, all right then. Let's take a closer look at this over-the-top flying palace:
Upon boarding, passengers encounter a StarClock that's inspired by an Arabic sextant.
There's a master bedroom fit for a captain (of industry, that is).
Impressive wooden panelling extends into the bathroom.
The faucet handles are a nod to the plane's nautical roots.
No expense has been spared.
The company describe the interior as "an Old-World 'gentlemen's club in the sky.'"
The seat and lighting controls are made of of brass and designed with illuminated jeweled knobs.
A nighttime lighting scheme practically transforms the cabin into a trendy nightclub/
A cutaway graphic shows the expansive interior.
The plane's undercarriage even resembles a wooden boat.
The plane has a range of 4,600 nautical miles, making a trip from New York to Moscow well within reach