If you’d rather live in the future than the mundane boring present we’re all living in right now, you might want to consider purchasing one of these massive floating dome suites. Sure, it’ll cost you half a million dollars, but wouldn’t it be worth it to believe you’re an evil Bond villain floating around in your evil pod lair?

Solar panels line the upper perimeter of the large floating dome suite, powering the motor and the rest of the boat. A responsible sewage system, a wet bar, a lounge area, a master bedroom, and more are all included!

The UFO boat also includes a circular soaking tub and a pop-up upper-level solarium with seating for up to 12 people on the top of the gadget.

A seating deck runs the length of the Anthenea, providing 360-degree views of your surroundings and making it easy to get in and out of the water for swimming and snorkeling.

The luxurious floating condo, which was inspired by the 1977 Bond film “The Spy Who Loved Me,” was planned and built by naval architect Jean-Michel Duacancelle, who has been working on the luxury sea-saucer for the past 15 years.

The saucer-shaped boat, according to the manufacturer, will reduce seasickness because to a stabilizing ballastin.

The UFO-shaped water living boat has a living space of 538 square feet. A modern lower living room with 360-degree windows provides a panoramic view of the marine life underneath the boat.

Because it contains 6 strong batteries that store charge from the solar panels during the day for usage at night, the floating hotel suite is essentially self-sufficient and suitable for enjoying the luxurious life off the grid.

Relax in the UFO’s tub while taking in the breathtaking views from the 360-degree surrounding windows!

It’s called the Anthenea, and it’s a luxurious hotel-style room that floats around while you live the high life, with three living areas and plenty of other amazing features.

If you’re serious about buying one of these amazing saucer-shaped solar-powered boats, they have a showroom where you can see them in person. It is situated on France’s south coast.