Own an Underwater Home

From US Submarines.

Perhaps someday in the future, when global warming finally turns the world into a string of islands surrounded by a giant ocean, the idea of living under the sea wont seem so outlandish.

To that end, one such maritime designer has cooked up a fascinating and rather beautiful underwater home, called the H2OME.

The structure is bubble-like, attached to the seafloor with a few legs, and a snorkel style tube reaching towards the surface to provide ventilation and house the structures mechanics. Above the surface, the U.S. Submarines designers imagine places to lounge in the sun, or if you are wealthy enough, perhaps land your helicopter or tether your yacht.

According to a story in the Financial Times, the homes could cost as much as $10 million or more just to build.

Really–this “fantasy” isn’t far off–the company has been working on building a luxury underwater hotel in the Maldives, called the Poseidon Undersea Resort,  and plans to open “soon.”

Want to find out when they’ll start taking reservations? Click here.

From US Submarines.

Abigail Bassett

Abigail Bassett is the Executive Editor at CNTRL MEDIA, LLC. She is also a freelance content creator and curator whose work has appeared in publications like Forbes, Fortune, Automobile, Motor Trend, Money Magazine and on CNN. Her passion is telling unique stories using a variety of media and taking the visitor places that they have never been–whether it’s into the cockpit of a rare supercar, inside an exclusive home or hotel, or behind the scenes of a fashionable event. She is also a Yoga Alliance Registered 200-hour yoga teacher. She teaches at a number of public, private, and corporate venues, around Los Angeles, CA.

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