It's competition grade and it self levels. Seems pretty neat.I'm sure for 250.000€ you can easily find better and prettier pool tables for your yacht.
I mean, that's in the piece, so...With balls or without balls?
Oddly, I used to work at a place which was pretty much defined by the boss's pool table. The company, the parent company, and the spin-off PR company were all named after aspects of pool.I get it on a cruise ship, lots of customers who will appreciate the novelty. But needing this on your personal yacht? (which seems like Bugatti's demo)
Pool tables are such a rich man poor man thing. Don't be jealous of rich people folks, they're spending $300k to entertain themselves with something you can find in a random bar in the crappiest neighborhood. What did you do with your billions? "I played exactly the same game that people with empty pockets play... except I paid a lot more"
Everytime when such items appear, I wonder if I could be SO rich, that I would actually consider buying stuff like this.
I mean, it should still feel like a scam, no matter how much figures one's bank account has, right?
Sales: ...and here we have plans for entertainment room 1 on the yacht. The drawn up sketch has a pool table, but we could replace this with a number of entertainment options.
Customer: No I like the pool table.
Sales: very good sir. The total price for the project comes to $400M.
Customer: Sounds good. When will it be ready?
Our company have been manufacturing self leveling billiard tables for cruise ships and yachts for 20 years! The first ones where installed onboard RCCL in 2001/2002, of which you probably have seen the videos. Our price tag have however never been close to Bugatti :-) https://www.stableonboard.com/Any videos of it self-levelling? I couldn't find any of this specific one although there are some older types that are worth a look. It's cool if ridiculously priced.
Our company have been manufacturing self leveling billiard tables for cruise ships and yachts for 20 years! The first ones where installed onboard RCCL in 2001/2002, of which you probably have seen the videos. Our price tag have however never been close to Bugatti :-) https://www.stableonboard.com/
Yes, a pool table. A Bugatti pool table.
Spending 30k on a car likely supports more attached jobs than spending 300k on a car.I can appreciate somebody spending 300k on a car and thereby also supporting thousands of jobs that are attached.
Strong "family values" vibes here.This is decadence of a bad kind. Also thumbs down for Bugatti for catering to those clients considering this. Just distasteful all around!
decadence - moral or cultural decline as characterized by excessive indulgence in pleasure or luxury.