Technically the Floating Seahorse is classified as a boat, but it only takes one quick glance to see that the project is much more akin to a floating house. Designed by the team at Kleindienst Group, the project consists of 42 properties floating in the Persian Gulf of Dubai. The project is part of the Heart of Europe development, and offers up marine style retreats spanning 1,700 square feet of living space. Each residence features three levels, the bottom of which being under water.
This 500-foot vessel has been lined with scaled down versions of Monaco’s most famous buildings from the Monte Carlo Casino all the way to the Grand Prix course. The latter which happens to double as a go-kart course for auto enthusiasts. So how much does this much opulence cost? If/when the Streets of Monaco yacht hits the scene, it will sell for about $1 billion.