If you’ve ever dreamed of living on a cruise ship, one company is trying to make that a reality. After buying a former Carnival Corporation cruise ship that sailed under Princess Cruises and P&O, Ocean Builders is selling and renting the cabins to those who want to live on the vessel starting next month.
The cruise ship has been renamed MS Satoshi (after the Bitcoin creator) and is being labeled as a floating village. This will be a new living experience that is not offered anywhere else in the world.
Cabins start at just $1,311 per month to rent with prices based on the type of stateroom, location on the ship, and the length of your lease.
Inside staterooms will range from $1,311 to $1,561 per month for a year long lease and $1,468 to $1,749 for a six month lease depending on deck and location.
Ocean view staterooms will range from $1,436 to $1,767 per month for a year long lease and $1,937 to $2,169 for a six month lease depending on deck and location.
Balcony cabins will cost $2,066 to $2,309 per month for a year long lease and $2,777 to $3,110 for a six month lease depending on deck and location.
A mini suite will rent for $3,818 to $4,276 per month.
Short term and permanent residences will also be available. One night stays start at $88 per night.
The cruise ship will open up to residents in January and will remain offshore in Panama.
Prices listed do not include electricity, maintenance fees, or meals. The ship will have several different restaurants to choose from. Electricity will cost $138 per month until meters are installed in each cabin.
The cruise ship is currently on its way from the Mediterranean to its permanent anchorage in the Gulf of Panama.
You can visit the company’s official website for more information on this new cruise ship you can live on.