The world’s first all-carbon superyacht is on sale for over $30 million — take a peek inside the flashy gold vessel
SuperYachtsMonaco Launched in 2014, Khalilah was the first all-carbon yacht ever built. The yacht (from US shipyard Palmer Johnson) has a distinctive gold exterior. Khalilah was a standout at this year's Monaco Yacht Show in September, where its flashy exterior turned heads. The vessel is currently listed for sale through SuperYachtsMonaco and G-Yachts with an asking price of €28.5 million (or roughly $31 million). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The world's first all-carbon yacht is for sale, with an asking price of €28.5 million (or roughly $31 million). The vessel, known as Khalilah, was constructed using all-carbon composites, designed to offer optimal fuel consumption and a top speed of 26 knots. The superyacht also has a distinctive gold exterior, made with custom Cordova Gold, and was a showstopper at this year's Monaco Yacht Show. Featuring five guest rooms — including two master suites — Khalilah can fit 11 guests on board, in addition to nine crew members. The yacht is currently listed for sale or charter through both SuperYachtsMonaco and G-Yachts. Here's a closer look at Khalilah.Khalilah is the world's first all-carbon yacht. Its carbon composite construction was designed to give optimal fuel consumption, even when cruising at its max speed of 26 knots. In addition, it has an exterior finish of custom Cordova gold. SuperYachtsMonaco The yacht also doesn't need speed stabilizers because of its 10.8 meter beam. Source: SuperYachtsMonaco The interiors, designed by the team at Palmer Johnson, are said to mix "contemporary chic" with "Asian influence." And, with five bedrooms — including two master suites — the yacht can house 11 people, in addition to a nine-person crew. SuperYachtsMonaco Source: SuperYachtsMonaco The master bedrooms are both finished with bleached birch wood and feature floor-to-ceiling windows, offering panoramic views of the ocean. SuperYachtsMonaco Source: SuperYachtsMonaco See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The 25 travel destinations you need to visit in 2020, according to National GeographicThe 15 most expensive homes sold in the US over the past decade, rankedHere's the income you need to live comfortably in every state in the USSEE ALSO: The $200 million superyacht once owned by a fugitive businessman and later rented by Kylie Jenner for her 22nd birthday is now for sale — take a look inside DON'T MISS: You can rent the James Bond villain's 'floating lair' from 'Casino Royale' — for about $72,000 a week. Take a look inside the sleek yacht.