For the seasoned traveler, island hopping is so yesterday.

A new yacht design from NaoYacht Design and Engineering brings all of the amenities from Spain’s legendary party island Ibiza aboard the nearly 250-foot  Eivissa II.

With a 23 foot swimming pool on the aft deck, convertible helicopter landing pad and even an indoor cinema, this superyacht would even impress the Leonardo DiCaprios of the world.

(NaoYacht Design & Engineering)

Eivissa—which is the Catalan name for the popular Mediterranean island—features “beautiful shapes and its aggressive lines” and was designed for the modern yacht owner who “requires luxury,” says the firm. But it also has plenty of family friendly amenities.

The boat exterior features several shaded bar and lounge areas for dining or relaxing. In addition to eye-catching pool, there’s a hot tub surrounded by another comfortable lounge area.

(NaoYacht Design & Engineering)

The interior boasts room for 14 guests and 21 crew members. The large owner’s suite includes an en-suite bathroom, a large dressing room, a private lounge and an office. There are also six en-suite guest cabins. In addition to the bedrooms, Eivissa features several interior lounge areas including a movie theater.

Though it’s hardly the largest yacht in the world, the Eivissa can reach top speeds of 18 knots. The design is just a concept for now but billionaires can likely score this yacht for less than the $400 million sailing yacht currently being constructed by Russia's Andrey Melnichenko.