You Never Thought You Needed A Mobile Private Island... Until Now


09/25/2015 03:18 pm ET | Updated Sep 25, 2015

Why visit a private island when you could design your own... and drive it anywhere you want?

The Migaloo Kokomo Ailand is taking yachting -- and luxury in general -- to a borderline ridiculous new level, with a mobile private island design that rivals even the most elite of tropical beach clubs. 

At a whopping 383 feet long (don't worry; you can customize the length to your liking), Kokomo Ailand features a penthouse hundreds of feet above sea level, a glass-bottom jacuzzi and a jungle deck with waterfall pool and lush hanging gardens. Barbecue on your beach deck complete with a pool, swim-up bar, outdoor movie theater and elevator down to a secret beach club. Stroll on the garden deck, or hit the gym and beauty salon on the spa deck.

The island also features laser shows, a helipad, a dance floor, a "shark feeding elevator" and a private underwater dining saloon.

What. is. going. ON?!

  • Behold, your very own private, floating island. That tiny speck of a human could be YOU!
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  • Aerial views reveal a helipad, palm trees and one of many crystal-clear pools.
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  • Relax on the garden deck, where outdoor dining and sunshine await.
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  • Or maybe the glimmering spa deck is more your style.
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  • The beach deck has an in-pool elevator...
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  • ...that leads down to the ultra-secret beach club.
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  • The private island moves thanks to semi-submerged platforms. It's the perfect compliment to any custom-made submarine...
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  • you can sail off into the sunset in style.
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The Migaloo Kokomo Ailand is available for order through Migaloo Submarines, which also makes custom-designed submarines and yachts.

Pricing is determined largely by the customer's desires, said Christian Gumpold, Migaloo's managing director. He says Kokomo is better than a regular island because you can design it yourself. 

"Living on and with the sea will be a future mega trend," Gumpold told The Huffington Post. "The island can be a first step to adapt to this new way of living."

And we're so onboard. But until we can afford an entire island shebang, maybe we'll start with a submarine because why not.

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