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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a way to self-isolate in style - on a luxury sustainable floating villa. The $5.5 million USD Arkup #1 'house yacht' is a home that can float while also being independent. In case of rough waters or hurricanes, it can rise above water using four hydraulic pilings that stabilize the house on the sea floor. The hydraulic system raises the Arkup above 30 feet above water. It also features hurricane-proof floor-to-ceiling glass. The envrionmentally friendly floating villa has 4,300-square-foot of living space, divided between four bedrooms, a living room, an open-area kitchen, 4.5 bathrooms, a swimming platform and a retractable deck. The minimal "avant-garde life on water" property "blends ultimate luxury with practicality". And because the roof is covered with 2,400 square feet of solar panels, it is independent in terms of electricity. It also has a rainwater collection and purification system and a 4,000-gallon tank for storing fresh water. It's the brainchild of French engineers Derouin and Arnaud Luguet, both of whom live in Miami. ?We can?t match the navigational capacity and speed of a yacht,? Nicolas Derouin has said. ?You couldn?t cruise around the world, but you could use Arkup in the Bahamas or British Virgin Islands, for example.? It has a maximum speed of seven knots and a range of 20 nautical miles. Arkup #1 is located in Miami, but can be shipped anywhere in the world. Mandatory credit Courtesy of Arkup.com / MEGA. 24 Mar 2020 Pictured: Arkup floating villa. Photo credit: Courtesy of Arkup/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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