THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY IS HERE
CITY AT SEA
CITY AT SEAS
Retire At Sea
According to the World Economic Forum, more than half the global population lives in cities–a figure that’s expected to rise to 80% by 2050. With nearly seven billion people projected to be living in urban areas in little more than a generation and, with global energy consumption on the rise, against a backdrop of more extreme weather events driven by climate change, it’s imperative for cities to invest in more sustainable infrastructure and resources.
Our Living Style Makes Best Luxury
Envision an ideal place to live or run a business, a friendly, safe and secure community with large areas of open space and extensive entertainment and recreational facilities. Finally, picture this community continually moving around the world. You are beginning to understand the Floating City concept of a massive ocean-going vessel. With a design length of 1393 Meter , a beam of 230 Meter, and a height of 110 Meter, Floating City would be more than 4 times longer than the Queen Mary. The design concepts include a mobile modern city featuring luxurious living, an extensive duty-free international shopping mall, and a full 2.0 million square foot floor set aside for various companies to showcase their products.
Retirement on a cruise ship is a major lifestyle shift
If you enjoyed cruises during your vacation time, it may be appealing to think about moving onboard permanently in retirement. Cruising has become increasingly accessible during the last decade and continues to provide a somewhat leisurely mode to explore the world. While the idea of setting sail and enjoying a plethora of amenities can be attractive, there are logistics to consider before signing up for long-term cruising.
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