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This luxury pod takes luxury sailing to new levels. Not only can you live in it, it has the ability to traverse the seas so you can luxuriate just about anywhere that has water. The Anthénea doubles as a floating hotel suite and a sea-friendly mobile home. Designed by architect Jean-Michel Ducancelle, the Anthénea was inspired by 007’s aquapod in 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me. Inside, you’ll find a bedroom with an oversized bed (oh, James!), living area with kitchen equipment, bathroom, and windows for decadent underwater views. The best feature might just be its open-top Solarium with a built-in canopy and seating for twelve. The pod runs off solar panels embedded in the body and even cleans gray and black water via its internal cleaning stations. The Anthénea can be rented for brief stays or purchased for living/sailing quarters. Buyers can also customize the Anthénea to suit their needs.

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