A Luxury Floating Villa In The Bora Bora Lagoon? Yes Please.

In need of a holiday with the 'WOW' factor? We have just the thing for you... a stunning luxury accommodation, that happens to also be a catamaran, giving the term 'overwater villa' a whole new meaning.

In need of a holiday with the ‘WOW’ factor? We have just the thing for you… a stunning luxury accommodation, that happens to also be a catamaran, giving the term ‘overwater villa’ a whole new meaning.

Have you ever fancied floating around the crystal clear waters of Bora Bora, in a unique and completely luxurious eco-friendly solar catamaran?

Well, give yourself a little pinch, because this is real life and you can book it right now if you so wish.

The ‘houseboat’

Bora Bora Catamaran

Eye-opening renderings have been released of the ultimate ‘houseboat’ – commissioned by Bora-Bora based company ELYT Charter Tahiti.

The catamaran is currently under construction, with the design inspired by ‘ancient Polynesian canoes and overwater way of life’. 

Sleeping up to eight guests, this incredible houseboat/catamaran/luxe villa will be 15.6m long and will boast a four-bedroom floating presidential suite, two bathrooms, fully-equipped kitchen, dining area, and breathtaking 360-degree rooftop lounge.

Bora Bora Catamaran

As this would be a holiday of total relaxation and bliss – plus navigation can be tricky in Bora Bora and the company wants to protect the marine life, guests are unable to sail the catamaran. Instead, you’ll have your very own captain who will take the boat to ‘prime moorings’ in the lagoon.

‘Enjoy the lagoon of Bora Bora from every angle and let the blissful trade winds gently cuddle you.’

ELYT Charter Tahiti

DREAMY OR WHAT?

Eco-Friendly

Bora Bora Catamaran

The floating villa has been built with the planet in mind.

‘With its eco-friendly spirit, ELYT adds a green touch to the turquoise hues of the most beautiful lagoon in the world.’

‘Sun is god in Tahiti. it shines over our beautiful nature. It sustains life and it also powers ELYT’

ELYT Charter Tahiti

This means NO diesel engine; meaning total silence, no nasty smell, and no pollution. On top of that, solar panels and lithium batteries take care of propulsion, hot water, lights, and household equipment and there will be an in-hull wastewater treatment system on board.

The company states that its ambition is to offer a new way to experience the islands of Bora Bora with a modern boat that has space in mind, celebrates the Polynesian history of vaka (boats) and that respects the environment.

ELTY Charter Tahiti expects to have the overwater villa launched by the end of the year and it’s currently available to rent from 1500 EURO/ $2460 AUD per night.

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