Updated: Sep 23, 2022
The eco-friendly pod was inspired by The Spy Who Loved Me.
Tue, August 30th, 2022
The Anthénea is a luxurious take the floating pod from the 1977 film The Spy Who Loved Me. The concept was brought to life by Yannick Littoux, Jean-Michel Ducancelle, and Jacques-Antoine Cesbron.
The eco-friendly vessel is made with sustainable materials and equipped with two electric propulsion pods, solar panels, and a silent electric motor. The Anthénea is a floating hotel suite that has several amenities such as a day space with a minibar and a couch, a 12-seat roof solarium, a 360-degree panoramic viewing area, and a sleeping space with a bathtub and a circular bed.
The Anthénea comes in a few different sized versions ranging from $365,000 for the smallest pod, which is 9.4 meters in diameter, to $730,000 for the largest pod. Visit Anthénea to learn more.