The multimillion pounds superyacht - Elandess - has been spotted moored off the Isle of Wight.
The stunning vessel - which measures 244ft and won four awards at January's Boat International Design & Innovation Awards - is moored off Cowes.
Elandess is owned by billionaire Lloyd Dorfman, the founder of currency exchange company Travelex, who has a net worth of about US$1.2 billion.
The superyacht is estimated to be worth $115 million.
Lower Deck - Split-level ‘neptune’ lounge with views above and below the waterline, Glass-walled walkway passing by the engine room between the main staircase and ‘neptune’ lounge, Central staircase below the pool skylight, Six guest staterooms that connect to create three VIPs.
Main Deck - Salon and dining room separated by sliding wall panels clad in graphite eel skin, Owner’s office, Master suite.
Upper Deck - Sky lounge, Informal outside dining aft for 32 people, Starboard-side reading lounge en route to a panoramic observation lounge forward, On-deck forward lounge Bow seating.
Sundeck - Lounge area with sunpads, Swimming pool, bar, dining table.
(Information courtesy of Yachts International)