Welcome to a new kind of address — at the water’s edge.

Luxury living at the water’s edge.

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Immerst living space

Welcome to a new kind of address

Immerst by Stephens Waring Yacht Design is a glass sanctuary that provides a 360 view of your surroundings and unbridled access to nature. Here, you’re free to focus what’s important in life.


Style

Modern features and striking design create one-of-a-kind living experience to suit any lifestyle.

Quality

Immerst is a floating residence built to the highest standards by world-class yacht designers Bob Stephens and Paul Waring.

Value

Immerst makes coastal living attainable to all by removing the complexity of boat-ownership and being a fraction of the cost of traditional real estate.

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IMMERST ETHOS

  • A unique, transitional design seamlessly connects exterior and interior spaces.
  • Thoughtful floor-plans pack remarkable living spaces into an efficient footprint.
  • Spacious and simple, Immerst is easy to furnish and customize with SWYD designers’ help.
  • Expansive deck environments offer multi-level lounging, swimming, boat-access and activity platforms.
  • Standard dockside connectivity allow for seamless wastewater, electricity and communications systems.

For years we’ve heard from people who wanted an easier way to enjoy life by the water’s edge. Add to that the requests from developers and resort owners looking for ways to cater to luxury travel enthusiasts and we knew that maximizing time out in nature was the plan.
– Paul Waring