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The Tech-Infused $15 Million Superyacht

The award-winning Adastra launched in 2012 is an effort by Shuttleworth Design to create an upscale and comfortable yacht that fit the needs of an experienced (and extravagant) voyaging family. The result was a jaw-dropping display of modern design — an innovative 42.5-meter superyacht that features cutting-edge technology and a striking, futuristic look. As the original owner and his family bring their voyaging days to an end, the spec’d out superyacht isn’t getting much use anymore and in July 2019, it was listed for sale. Check out photos of this gorgeous, one-of-a-kind vessel, built for the adventurous and experienced sailor.

The World's First Underwater Hotel

Hilton has opened what it is calling the world’s first underwater hotel in the Maldives, a small tropical nation in South Asia. The price tag of $50,000 a night covers the use of a personal chef and a private boat. The real draw though is the dreamlike views of the Indian Ocean that you would be able to get from your bed, 16 feet below sea level. Of course, the whole dang thing isn’t underwater; that would be ridiculous. The top floor of the two-story villa features a relaxation deck where you can get some sun, as well as some other amenities that you might expect to find at a luxury resort, including an infinity pool, a bar and a gym. The villa is connected by a jetty to Hilton’s Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort, another above-water property. Continue on to see some of the views — both above and below water — that you could take in at this one-of-a-kind hotel, dubbed the Muraka.

14 of the Most Valuable Toys from the 90s

During the 90s, the world was transitioning into a new era of connectivity ushered in by the Internet. The combination of companies’ decades-long experience in manufacturing paired with the cutting-edge technology of the day made for some very interesting innovations and creative products, especially when it came to children’s toys and games. Today, some of our favorites toys and games from the 90s are worth a fortune. Use this list of extremely valuable toys as a guide next time you’re looking through old stuff at your parents’ house. Maybe you'll find an old Beanie Baby that happens to be worth $50,000.

Inside the Obamas' Post-White House Home

The Obamas signed a contract to lease an 8,200-square-foot home in Washington D.C.’s Kalorama neighborhood. Located at 2446 Belmont Road NW, the red-brick abode contains nine bedrooms and eight-and-a-half bathrooms spanning three stories. It's estimated to be worth $6.4 million, but the Obamas are only renting. Owned by Joe Lockhart—who served as press secretary under Bill Clinton—and his wife, Giovanna Gray, the stately dwelling was partly chosen for its close proximity to Sidwell Friends School to enable the Obamas’ younger daughter Sasha to finish school.