When the doomsday comes, the billionaires will be ready to go out in style. Vivos founder and CEO Robert Vicino recently unveiled the $1 billion Vivos Europa One shelter in Rothenstein, Germany. This will be an invitation only, five star complex that is comparable to billionaire’s mega-yacht or mansion – but much bigger and with ‘life-saving’ capabilities. Each family will be provided a private 2,500 square foot of floor area, capable of two story improvements for a total of 5,000 square feet of private living quarters.
They will also have access to a hospital area, several restaurants and a bakery, a swimming pool, pub, beer brewery, theatre, chapels, classrooms, television and radio station, decontamination chambers, ark-style housing for animals, hair salon and a donated DNA vault, presumably for preserving the species in the event of a cataclysm.
Families will pay a base sum for their apartment, along with their share of the costs for managing and staffing the complex, and other costs.
That doomsday shelter for the priviledged few can apparently withstand a nuclear blast, chemical agents, earthquakes, tsunamis – and virtually any other disaster. It would be carved into the limestone walls of a mountain, with above-ground facilities including a train depot and barracks for a army.
You just have to be billionaire and you’ll be secured from the chaos of apocalyps in style.