40,000 ton cruise ship The World of Residensea floating condos.
The ship has 165 residential units (106 apartments, 19 studio apartments, and 40 studios), all owned by the ship's residents. The ship carries between 100 and 300 residents and their guests. As of 2010, a 328 sq ft (30.5 m2) studio (Ocean Studio 661) has a list price of USD $600,000. Ocean Residence 1006 (2 bedroom, 2.5 bath) list price USD $2,950,000. The World Suite 1108/1110 list price USD $13,500,000.
Monthly homeowner dues range from $20,000 per month (for the smaller units) and up, and cover fuel, crew, maintenance and a meal allowance for the owner.
These are pics of various condos onboard; the website doesn't allow you to copy them - I had to get them from somewhere else.
Hell, if you can afford to live this way, why not? It would get weird after a while, waking up in a different port almost every day. This year, the ship has been in Asia, Polynesia, Hawaii, west coast of South America, and will meander its way to Europe before summer's end.
The condos look positively lavish and have their own kitchens; if you don't feel like cooking, the ship has five fucking restaurants for you to eat at. AND you can have guests with special permission.
Champagne wishes and all that.