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Love cruising so much that you wouldn’t mind living aboard a cruise ship? One cruise line hopes to make that dream a reality by building a residential cruise ship containing 547 residences.
Storylines have commissioned Brodosplit Shipyard to build the MV Narrative – a 753-foot cruise ship, which is scheduled to be completed in 2025
Along with the 547 residences, the MV Narrative will feature a post office, school, hospital, banks, pools, library, office spaces and 20 dining and bar venues, CruiseFever reports.
As part of the cruising lifestyle, the residential cruise ship will also house a 10,000-square-foot wellness center, a waterfront marina with personal watercraft, a bowling alley, an open-air fitness deck, and a hydroponic farm garden!
“We are thrilled to be partnering with such a reputable European yard with a long history of delivering high-quality passenger ships,” said Storylines CEO Alister Punton in a statement reported by CruiseFever. “Our resident owners can hardly wait to move onboard the state-of-the-art ship so they can travel the world from the comfort of home.”
According to CruiseFever, pricing for the residences will start at $647,000 for a 24-year lease, and lifetime residences will range from $1-8 million.