If you know Boss Hunting well, you'll be familiar with M/Y Khalilah.
What you may not know, however, is that this striking vessel was actually the first carbon superyacht ever built. And today, five years after it first took to the seas, Khalilah can now be yours for a spare AU$45 million.
The 160-foot yacht was built by US shipyard Palmer Johnson and is made from carbon composites, finished with a custom 'Cordova Gold.' The sleek cruiser boasts a wave penetrating hull and twin 16V MTU diesel M94 engines that enable a top speed of 28 knots (51 km/h).
Khalilah can accommodate 11 guests across five rooms, each finished with bleached birchwood panelling which opens to the ocean with floor-to-ceiling windows.
This level is also home to a large living space, alfresco dining area, and even a salon with contemporary LED light installation.
The upper deck includes a sky lounge with a state-of-the-art entertainment system, overhead lights, and cosy couches. There's also a sunken spa pool for those wanting a dip and a three-person sun pad for those who'd prefer to catch some rays.
Khalilah comes with a variety of toys, including a 20-foot tender, jet pack, hoverboard, jet skis, kayaks, wakeboard, paddleboards and assorted inflatables.
This one-of-a-kind yacht is available for sale via SuperYachtsMonaco for €28.5 million (AU$45 million, excluding VAT), but if the price-tag is a little too steep, you can charter the superyacht weekly until it's sold from the team at Camper & Nicholson.