In a little 4.25 meter diameter space, you'll get all the comfort you need to feel cosy enough. The little orange survival pod was originally built in 1972 and was in the service of an oil ring platform. Since 2004 the owner Denis Oudendijk started using it as an accommodation facility. He is currently looking for additional location.
With a chemical toilet inside, the capsule has room from three adventurers. Overnight offers differ from a basic survival package - sleeping bag and emergency rations - up to a James Bond luxury offer that includes a DVD player with all the Bond movies on disc, a disco mirror ball, and light decorations. The sleeping bag that comes in this package has silk liners instead of cotton. You'll even get a mini bar special treat that includes sparkling wine and a collection of vodka miniatures.
There's Q explained what Bond and Holly Goodhead were doing in the satellite in space:
“I think he's attempting re-entry, sir.”
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