MIGALOO Personal Luxury Superyachts

MIGALOO Personal Luxury Superyachts

After TEOTWAWKI, No Yacht Will Be Complete Without a Submarine

Even if your yacht has every premium amenity in existence onboard, if you can’t go under the water you’re missing out on half the experience. This week, Rob Raskin’s Millionaire Survivalist is taking a look at the most high-end submergible superyacht you can buy. If you don’t have a personal luxury submarine, you’ll want one by the end of this article.

 

Submerge Yourself in Style

In their study, “Aquatic Refuges for Surviving a Global Catastrophe,” researchers Alexey Turchin and Brian Patrick Green argued that submarines are a cost-effective way to ensure the survival of humanity after a catastrophic event. According to these researchers, the benefits of nuclear submarines are many. They include:

  • Being surface independent
  • The ability to withstand nuclear explosions and radiation
  • The space to hold supplies
  • Being isolated from biological weapons
  • The ability to provide food, energy, water, and oxygen

 

Personal nuclear submarines are not a reality—at least not yet. In the meantime, a personal luxury “superyacht” can offer some of the same benefits. These incredible sea vessels are yachts you can completely submerge, allowing you to enjoy the lifestyle you’re accustomed to under the water for up to four weeks at a time.

 

After an apocalyptic event, being able to head out on the water will isolate you from much of humanity, increasing your chances of survival. However, being able to go under the water will give you an increased level of protection.

 

The MIGALOO is the World’s Most Luxurious Superyacht

The MIGALOO may not be able to withstand a nuclear blast, but it is still worth investing in.

 

It would be difficult to argue with the MIGALOO website’s claim that the vessel is “the future of yachting.” The MIGALOO isn’t a submarine. Instead, it is a luxury yacht that you can take under the water. This “submersible superyacht” offers “extraordinary experiences for extraordinary people” with a price tag that has not been announced yet but is predicted to be $2.3 billion.

 

This would make the Migaloo the most expensive private object in the world.

 

The first rough concept of the submersible superyacht was completed in 2013.This project started when Christian Gumpold, CEO and founder, and co-funder and CEO Christopher Gloning came up with the idea of creating a hybrid from a submarine and a superyacht. Gumpold will custom design these superyachts to the purchaser’s specifications, with the owner’s need for privacy, security, and protection in mind.

 

The MIGALOO was designed with cooperation from international shipyards and yacht owners who understand the unique needs and demands of today’s discriminating superyacht consumers.

 

After TEOTWAWKI, four weeks is plenty of time to hide out under water, safely from the survivors who didn’t prepare.

 

What You Can Expect When You Buy a MIGALOO

At this time there are no luxury submersible vehicles in existence, so you could be the first. According to their website, the makers of the MIGALOO are limiting each of their models to just one worldwide. If you see one you’d like, now’s the time to act before someone else beats you to it.

 

About the MIGALOO M5

The MIGALOO M5 claims to be the most advanced and innovative yacht design worldwide. On board the M5 you will find:

  • Two custom 6-person mini-submarines
  • Two submersibles
  • Two surface tenders
  • 1 helicopter with heli hangar
  • Several Jet skis and toys
  • Several ROVs and UUVs
  • Two diver lockout chambers with hyperbaric chambers

This superyacht is able to travel at speeds of up to 20 knots surfaced and 12 knots when submerged. It can dive to a depth of 300 meters and stay there for as many as three weeks. You’ll have plenty of room for your loved ones, crew, and staff as well, because the M5 holds 32-40 people.

 

The MIGALOO has an overall length of 165.8 m. For comparison, the blue whale, which is the largest animal on earth, is only 24 to 30 meters long, making this submersible superyacht the approximate length of at least five blue whales. If you’ve ever stood under the blue whale in the Manhattan Natural History Museum, you understand exactly how awesome in size that is.

 

The MIGALOO’s safety features are also impressive. They include:

  • A data center
  • A safe room
  • A med bay and surgery
  • Panic rooms
  • Anti-piracy equipment
  • Storage for your valuables and documents
  • Private security

 

You’ll appreciate being able to keep your family, your team, and your belongings safe.

The MIGALOO project is a” sophisticated and fully feasible.” Its designers promise a level of luxury, exclusivity, and privacy that is unknown to even the wealthiest among us.  There’s a whole new world waiting for you below the waterline. It still remains to be seen who will be the first to explore it.

 

Join us again in the next installment of Rob Raskin’s Millionaire Survivalist for a look at more personal submarines you can buy if you want to ride out the apocalypse under water.

 

 

Take a look inside the MIGALOO, the world’s most expensive personal submarine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkuynK23nQA

 

You’ll love the video footage from this personal submarine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZ3E69FHmLQ

 

Billionaires Are Building Their Own Cities

 

Why Survive in a Bunker When You Can Buy a City?

When you’re Bill Gates, you don’t need to survive TEOTWAWKI in your own hidden bunker. Apparently the secretive, secure bunker may billionaires are seeking out is not to his tastes. Or he’s bored with his many hidden bunkers and he’s ready to try something new. Enter Belmont—Gates’s futuristic city in the Arizona desert.

 

Recently Gates purchased 28,000 acres of Arizona land with the plan of creating the city of Belmont. This city would feature the latest technological advances. These include:

  • High-speed networks
  • Autonomous logistics hubs
  • Data centers
  • High-tech manufacturing and distribution
  • Autonomous vehicles

 

The land sits on 39 square miles west of downtown Phoenix. Gates spent $80 million to acquire the property.

 

 

On Belmont’s website, the company says they plan to create public schools, tens of thousands of residential units, and commercial and retail spaces in the futuristic city.

 

 

As things currently stand, however, if the grid goes down, what good does it to do have a technologically advanced “smart” city if there’s no power to run it? The majority of the state’s power is generated in three nuclear reactors. If these are damaged or attacked, the people around them will experience a lot more than a power outage—and none of it good.

 

Phoenix would be an unlikely choice for anyone who is planning to survive a catastrophic event. In his book Bird on Fire, New York University sociologist Andrew Ross described the city as being the “least sustainable in the world,” citing factors like pollution, heat, and drought. However, it is possible to survive and even thrive in the desert if you know what you’re doing and you’ve prepared.

 

Does Gates know what he’s doing? Is Belmont prepared for the collapse of society, or would it instead become one of the first casualties when the SHTF?

 

It’s Not Just Billionaires Investing in Rural Land

Bill Gates is not the only billionaire snapping up huge rural U.S. properties. These billionaires have also purchased large parcels of land. Are they also planning to develop their own self-sustained communities?

  • John Malone – 2,200,000 acres in Wyoming and Colorado
  • Ted Turner – 2,000,000 acres in Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico and North Dakota
  • Philip Anschultz – 434,000 acres in Wyoming
  • Jeff Bezos – 400,000 acres in Texas
  • Stan Kroenke – 225,162 acres in Montana

 

Despite this, billionaires may not be the only people who are planning to create their own cities to live in while they ride out the apocalypse. According to one 2016 post from PrepperGroups.com, a company purchased 120 acres of land adjacent to the US-Mexico border with the intention of creating a self-sustaining prepper community.

 

According to the post, there was a $50 one-time, non-refundable application fee to be considered for the community. The goal was to bring together a diverse group of people with specialized skills that are needed for survival. This includes doctors, contractors, farmers, military, and more. At the time of the post’s creation, it was claimed they already had military members, nurses, and nurse practitioners on board.

 

It was claimed there would be 30 one-quarter acre parcels available, each one priced at $1,500. This community hoped to end up with an estimated 60 to 75 families living on the property. Gardens, areas to raise livestock, and other facilities to ensure the community is able to be self-sustaining were planned. The community allegedly already had a well drilled to address the need for a water source, and there is also a 300-gallon water tank on the property.

 

There are no follow-up posts, so it is unknown whether or not this was a successful endeavor. It may not have been true. The land may have been purchased but the plan fell apart. A third possibility is that there are preppers living on this land right now, and they’re keeping it secret from the rest of the world.

 

That’s what a smart prepper would do, after all.

 

If you’ve ever thought about owning your own personal submarine, be sure to check back for our next article here at Rob Raskin’s Millionaire Survivalist.

 

 

Bill Gates discusses the land he bought in Arizona.

 

Take a closer look at Belmont.

Thinking About Buying a Private Island?

Read these pros and cons before you make any commitments.

The benefits of owning a private island after TEOTWAWKI are clear. As long as you have a security team that can defend the island, this is as far away as you can get from those who would try to take your resources for themselves. After a catastrophic event, travel will become difficult no matter who or where you are. Some islands are so remote they take many hours to travel to by boat. Let’s face it, not many people will be able to follow you.

Aside from their obvious security benefits, private islands have long been a status symbol. According to some expert estimates, there are only 2,000 islands that can be developed. The rest are too far from land or connected to countries that are already unstable and chaotic. Richard Branson, David Copperfield, Celine Dion, and Johnny Depp count themselves among the elite island owners, as does Oracle’s CEO Larry Ellison, who dropped $500M to purchase the entire Hawaiian island of Lana’i.

Owning a private island means experiencing breathtaking 360-degree views, the highest possible degree of privacy, and a higher chance of surviving the apocalypse. It also means you’ll need to handle maintenance needs beyond anything you’ve ever previously encountered. Before you make any big decisions during your island search, read Rob Raskin’s Millionaire Survivalist’s guide to everything you’ll need to know about private island survivalism.

What to Expect When You Own a Private Island

These are some of the most common questions about owning your own private island.

 

Can I Start My Own Country?

After TEOTWAWKI, when it comes to the law all bets are off. However, as things stand right now, chances are you will not be able to claim sovereignty. There are virtually no islands that are not claimed by a national government. If you want to be a sovereign nation, your best bet is to look for an island that is controlled by a poor, corrupt government. Their officials may be willing to take your cash regardless of the laws.

 

Will I Still Have to Pay Taxes?

You will still need to pay the taxes of any country that controls your private island, at least for now. Once the governments have collapsed, that will no longer be an issue. Look into the tax laws of the country before you consider purchasing any private island property.

 

How Are Islands Financed?

If you want to buy an island, you’ll need to pay cash up-front, because banks won’t grant you a loan. This is due to the fact that it is difficult for banks to establish the value of the island due to the large number of variables that need to be considered and can change at any moment. Because these properties are so scarce, chances are the bank won’t be able to find one near yours to use for comparison.

What to Look for When Choosing an Island

By understanding the features and conditions you should be looking for during your island search, you’ll increase your chances of ending up with the right property for your needs. This checklist is your starting point.

When choosing a private island property, look for…

  • A lightly developed property. If it’s too developed, you won’t have space to realize your own vision for the island. If it’s undeveloped, you may have difficulty getting permits to develop it.
  • A property with a source of fresh water. With a fresh water source on your island, you won’t have to worry about where your water will come from—just making sure it’s purified.
  • An island with access to electricity. This may not matter after the SHTF, as no one else will have power, either. Just keep in mind it won’t be cheap to transport generators to the island. You can also use solar power, but that’s also going to be very expensive and require permits if it’s not already in place.
  • Something that is not too remote. You want to be far away enough that it won’t be easy to discover your island or to invade it, but if it’s too remote you might find it very difficult to get supplies after you’ve run out.
  • An island that is near an airport. If the airport is still operational after the grid goes down, this will be a huge bonus. You’ll also want to make sure you choose an island that is large enough to house a runway if you’re going to go the private airport route.

The biggest thing to keep in mind is if you own an island, you’ll need to be prepared to handle the environment, maintenance, travel, security, and more. Anything can happen, and after the SHTF, it probably will. Visit Rob Raskin’s Millionaire Survivalist again next week for a look at private islands around the world that are for sale right now and the biggest drawbacks of private island ownership.

Take a look at the 10 most expensive private islands in the world.

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