Luxury Motor Yacht
Want to get him out of bed early on Christmas Day. How about a joystick controlled £2.5 million motor yacht. The 73 foot Sunseeker Manhattan features 3 bedrooms, one of which is a full-sized double states-room, on the lower deck. On the upper deck you have a long and wide saloon makes for plenty of entertainment areas. There is a side door for the crew so they won’t have to mingle with the guests and enough space for about 20 people to sunbathe simultaneously.
Mega Motor Home
Who wouldn’t want to travel around the world in their own mega motor home? Ever since they were featured on Top Gear in 2007, Volkner Mobil, has been the name all men remember. Back in 2007 the price was £750,000, nowadays you can have one custom built, starting at around £800,000. Featuring all the latest equipment, concealed plasma TV, fully equipped kitchen and not forgetting the drop down garage area under the bus. Of course you’ll have to spend extra to add a sports car!
Book Your Place in Space
Richard Branson’s company, Virgin Galactic is busy establishing and building its headquarters in New Mexico, where it will operate its space flights from. Spaceport America, in the world’s first purpose built commercial spaceport which is now under construction. You can pre-book tickets now, for a $20,000 deposit. Starting price for a ticket is $200,000. Several hundred people from around the globe have now booked their place in space.
Rent an Island for a Week
Relax on your own private island. You can hire Huvafen Fushi Island Resort in the Maldives for around $7000 USD per week. Set within its very own lagoon, you can enjoy a multitude of facilities like the outdoor salt water floatation pool, the overwater fully equipped gymnasium, scuba diving, water sports, fishing and snorkelling.
Luxury, Custom Designed Home Cinema
How about converting the loft, basement or spare room into a home cinema? The Pleasure Home Company specialises in converting any room in your home, into a super home cinema from the starting price of £15,000. In 2010, they came first in the trade awards for ‘best home cinema’.
Floating Magnetic Bed
Forget the water bed, the latest must have in beds is the floating magnetic bed, designed by Bakker Magnetics. Expected to cost $1,200,000. Four thin cables assure its motionless position and form the only contact with the ground. The form of the original design is inspired by the monolith from the Stanley Kubrick film 2001, A Space Odyssey. For the Hollywood film Arthur, a round version was created in 2011. Time magazine voted it ‘best invention’ It’s worth the price simply for the cool factor.