I think anything with the word “predator” in it should just be purchased no questions asked. Predator 1 and 2 – buy. Predator Billiard Table – have it shipped to the house in Miami. Predator Yacht – order mine in navy blue.
Child Predator – well, maybe not quite everything.
Debuting at a massive 240 feet, this beast of a ship is capable of 28 knots with more than 23,000 horsepower from the 4 MTU engines.
But what you’re really wondering is: how pimp is this Predator? Is it as pimp as a 10 bedroom mansion on Star Island in Miami? Is it as pimp as Jay-Z’s Roc Boys video? Is it as pimp as racing a Bugatti agains a jet fighter?
The answer to all those questions is a resounding: hell yes.
It’s so pimp in fact, that you can’t even refer to it as “pimp”. The word doesn’t do it justice. This naval vessel is so incredible, you can actually use all 5 “ESM-approved” French phrases to describe it.
Here’s a little excerpt from an article written in megayachtnews.org:
Not only is she the first Feadship with an axe bow, but she also has the tallest engine room (nearly 14 feet in spots, and equipped with four powerplants, no less), the longest uninterrupted interior views, and the deepest draft (just over 12 feet). She even has two custom tenders, one of which is in the photo above and mimics her lines. This tender was designed by a clever employee of De Voogt Naval Architects, which created the axe bow for the mothership. In sum, Predator is an interesting mix of high tech and aesthetics.
How much does the Feadship Predator cost? To be honest, it might as well cost 1 bagillion dollars because even if you and I put our money together for 10 lifetimes, we probably couldn’t afford it.