Home UAE Dubai New Dhs600m floating hotel, houses project coming soon to Dubai Marina Sea Palace floating resort and moveable villas have been developed by a shipbuilding company by David Ndichu November 11, 2020 A unique Dhs600m real estate project is rising at the Marina-a floating resort with six conjoined glass boathouses. The Sea Palace floating resort and moveable villas have been developed by shipbuilding company Seagate Shipyard. One of the floating houses, named Neptune, is finished and was sold on Monday to Dubai businessman Balvinder Sahni for Dhs20m. The glass boathouses will be able to move from one place to another. They are powered by shaft motors equipped with a hydraulic system that developers say can resist waves. Read: Dubai’s real estate space: Is demand catching up? The houses are compatible with relevant international safety standards, the developers say. They are powered by solar energy and supplied with a garbage recycling system, while In-built facilities treat sewage and handle air purification. Neptune consists of two floors, a balcony, and a roof with an outdoor swimming pool. Each floor is 300 sqm, which makes it 900 sqm in total. The first floor consists of four ensuite bedrooms. Downstairs, the ground floor features a kitchen, a living room, two additional rooms for domestic staff and a balcony. Luxury brand Aston Martin designed the furniture, the company says. Tags Floating resort Hospitality Real Estate 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Dubai’s noon.com offers luxury apartment during Yellow Friday sale Deyaar awards Dhs370m contract for final phases of Dubai’s Midtown project Dubai developer Nakheel appoints new CEO Industry outlook: How has the wealth management space fared in the GCC?