The 'Style' division of prestige marque Mercedes-Benz has unveiled an ultra luxurious new yacht, dubbed Arrow460 Granturismo, at the Monaco Yacht Show.
A Mercedes-Benz S-Class for the ocean, the 14-metre long Arrow460 will set you back around 1.25 million Euros (AU$1.81 million) each, excluding Value Added Tax.
The German carmaker says the Arrow460 offers “a new dimension in aesthetics and comfort”, with a design inspired by classic automobile proportions.
Twin diesel engines power the Arrow460 Granturismo, with each unit developing 353kW.
Inside, buyers can expect nubuck leather and eucalyptus wood panelling along with large side and front windows which automatically darken to control glare from the sun.
The dining table and bed slide into position when required with the interior offering an open-plan living area at other times.
Mercedes-Benz claims the yacht is suitable for both day trips and overnight excursions, with the interior designed to accommodate up to ten passengers.
The first ten units sold will be the limited “Edition 1”, which adds air-conditioning and a premium audio system along with a wine cellar and ice-making machine.
"This new motor yacht with its emotional and high-tech features embodies our Mercedes-Benz design philosophy of sensual purity and is a perfect expression of modern luxury," Mercedes-Benz’s Gorden Wagener said.
"Mercedes-Benz Style develops highly exclusive design products beyond the automobile, thereby bringing our sensual, clear and progressive design idiom, into other spheres of life."
If you have a spare AU$1.81 million and like the idea of owning a Mercedes-Benz Arrow460 Granturismo Edition 1, orders are being taken now through Silver Arrows Marine with deliveries expected to begin in early 2015. No word yet on what the ‘regular’ Arrow460 will cost.