The Indah can accommodate a crew of 32, along with up to 24 guests in 12 expertly decorated cabins (Image: Opalinski Design House)

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A billionaire's megayacht has been unveiled, with the 394ft vessel replete with a full-size gym and spa, jacuzzis, sunbeds, a giant pool and even a helipad.

Called 'Indah', which means 'beautiful one' in Indonesian, the cutting edge creation has been referred to as a floating palace due to its attention to detail the Daily Star reports.

The Indah can accommodate a crew of 32, along with up to 24 guests in 12 expertly decorated cabins.

The main suite, made for the owner, comes with its own dedicated aft deck balcony.

Opalinski Design House are the developers behind the incredible naval design, which features a helicopter landing pad and hangar.

The huge yacht even has space for a helicopter
(Image: Opalinski Design House)

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It's been called a "true ocean-going vessel", as the Indah can sail at a top speed of 24 knots and has a range of 7,000 nautical miles.

The cost of the yacht has not yet been revealed.

Designers have also aimed to incorporate eco-friendly touches to the finished model, with solar generating surface coatings and vertical wind turbines producing its own green energy onboard.

Among the myriad features on the billionaire's vessel is an expanding section at the rear which opens up to create its own beach club for guests.

The rear of the vessel which can be transformed into an exclusive beach club
(Image: Opalinski Design House)

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A spokesperson for Opalinski Design House said of the design: "The original concept of fold-down bulkheads was conceived to create more usable space at the water level so when anchored the guests can immerse themselves with surrounding waters, nature and wildlife at a much larger space than, just a relatively small swim platform.

"Space that can be used for all outdoor activities from sunbathing, through various water sports, fishing, dining, and many more."

Opalinski Design House was founded by Lukasz J Opalinski in 2007 and is currently based in South Florida.

The studio works across the world with projects from Miami to Monaco, Poland, the UK and Australia.