The main deck, though mostly covered, lets in lots of light since it's mostly windows (and you can pop open most of side panels to keep it nice and airy), and there's a little sundeck up top, which is accessible via a small ladder. The interior is also fully customizable, with plenty of configurations for plush benches, tables, and even a bed or lounge area, all of which are situated just behind the state-of-the-art control center. At night, it's also equipped with highly dramatic lighting features to achieve whatever vibe you're going for. Oh, and if nature calls, don't sweat it -- there's also a toilet.
In terms of pricing, the Jet Capsule is nowhere near the cost of a conventional yacht, but it's not a total bargain either, seeing as each one will set you back about $150,000 depending on custom specs. But hey, if you split that 13 ways, it's not that bad.