The Most Outrageous Fantasy Gift from the New Neiman Marcus Christmas Catalog That We’re Adding to Our Wish Lists
But we don't anticipate Santa will deliver.
Christmas is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start building that ever-important Christmas wish list. And this year, instead of asking for socks, a new toothbrush, or just waiting for your grandma to gift you a hand-knit sweater, why not ask for a megayacht instead?
Each year, Neiman Marcus puts out its famous Fantasy Christmas gift list that comes filled with outrageous gifts most people can only ever dream of buying. And they’ve been making people drool over luxury items since 1926. Item’s like this year’s megayacht.
The one-of-a-kind, 74-foot yacht listed in the catalog is the largest solar-powered yacht in the world. According to Forbes, the interior of the ship is inspired by Neiman Marcus Fashion Director Ken Downing. Inside, the new owner will find three floors, a full kitchen and four cabins that can accommodate up to 12 guests at a time. There are also separate crew quarters for the staff, as well as a music and entertainment system, satellite TV, and Wi-Fi.
The boat was created and developed by Serenity Yachts, who happen to experts in crafting electric and hybrid watercraft. This boat also comes with more than 1,100 square feet of solar panels. And all that sun power adds up to top speeds of 20 knots.
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Want this boat? All you need to do is plunk down $7.1 million and it’s yours. Oh, and if you do, Neiman Marcus will throw in a shopping spree just because. The cost includes delivery of the boat to the Mediterranean or Miami.
You can also feel good about spending your millions on this already eco-friendly boat too as Neiman Marcus will also donate $50,000 to The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation.
But, if this luxury gift isn’t quite your thing you could always go for the store’s other fantasy gifts like becoming a secret agent in Las Vegas for $315,000 or visit tigers at the Taj Mahal for $630,000 instead.