This luxury superyacht worth £180million comes with an in-built beach club and a garage for seaplanes and submarines.
The Epiphany spans 178ft and comes with a range of incredible features.
Whoever takes the plunge and buys the superyacht will get to relax in a 700sqft owner's suite located in the centre of the hull.
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There are also two master suites in the cross beam and the Epiphany can host up to twelve guests comfortably.
California-based Steve Kozloff Designs say the vessel "is a world class sailing yacht featuring new and exciting revolutionary concepts".
Travelling around in the Epiphany couldn't be easier. It boasts masts that can be tilted to pass under bridges and can cruise at 10kts for 4,800 nautical miles with diesel power only.
A hybrid diesel-electric system allows for the ship's range to be extended with careful management.
Its full beam garage can handle one tender boat, one A5 Icon seaplane and one Nemo U-Boat Worx submarine. There are also dedicated launching systems and other water toys.
Getting those toys and provisions onto the Epiphany is a doddle using the integrated telescoping crane system in the boom of each mast.
The vessel's Solid Sail System has a 360-degree rotating mast, meaning it can be pointed in any direction when raising or lowering the sails.
There are also plenty of other options for relaxing aboard the luxurious Epiphany.
Its lavish beach club is retractable, and when guests fancy a change of scene they can head to the piano and saloon bar area on the upper deck, which includes floor to ceiling windows providing views of the surrounding seascape.
Safety is also ensured with four self-inflating lifeboats tucked away in dedicated deployment pockets at the stern in case of an emergency.
Steve Kozloff said: "The mast tilts 70 degrees forward to reduce the air draft from 145.5ft to 92ft making it possible for Epiphany to traverse below most bridges.
"Epiphany now can have direct access to the Panama Canal, San Francisco, San Diego, and many more notable harbours."
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