The Valkyrie From Designer Chulhun Park, Rides The Waves Like A Demon.
When it comes to SuperYachts, length is everything. South Korean Designer Chulhun Park has drawn up the Valkyrie which will be the longest in the world at 751 feet.
Chulhun Design, Park's company want to beat all existing SuperYachts with the Valkyrie project. This will also showcase the company and launch it on the global scene within the luxury sailing vessel world.
Chulhun studied at the ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART, LONDON, U.K. 2010 ~ 2012, where he obtained an MA - VEHICLE DESIGN. Whilst at the College he devised the Valkyrie concept and uniquely he is aiming at mass usage rather than being exclusive to one lucky billionaire.
Still, in the design phase, the Valkyrie if built, could host fifty-two guests in twenty-six cabins with nearly one hundred crew members, who have nearly fifty cabins for their use when it finally launches. When Valkyrie is shoreside, Park says it could accommodate many more visitors. They would be able to use the theatres and many other luxury facilities on board. These include a helicopter landing pad, which is a must-have on a SuperYacht, a casino, a club, a sky lounge, a beach club, and two restaurants.
The project was supported by Monaco-based yacht designers Palmer Johnson Yachts. Park previously worked there before moving on to Latitude Yachts. Park has designed everything above the water line on Valkyrie and left Palmer Johnson to take care of the engineering and design down below.
Valkyrie‘s construction is estimated at $800 million, so the sale price will surely be above one billion dollars.