Scattered around the luxury yacht Nirvana, somewhere between the cinema and the helipad, are a few subtle but carefully thought-out pieces of WA.
It is little wonder, given every centimetre of the floating mansion was painstakingly styled by Fremantle designer Sam Sorgiovanni.
Mr Sorgiovanni, general manager of Sorgiovanni Designs, took on the job of designing the extraordinary 88.5m boat about four years ago.
The year-old yacht is on the market for about $334 million and has reportedly sparked a bidding war between global moguls.
"The client wanted a very user-friendly yacht that was warm and inviting but had a sense of quality and opulence," Mr Sorgiovanni said. "They left the design fairly loose and were happy to use my thoughts and creativity to guide them."
With six decks, an exotic reptile house, a gym and a jacuzzi, Nirvana is being marketed as one of the most luxurious cruising yachts in the world.
Mr Sorgiovanni worked closely with the owner on everything from light fittings to decking.
He said the yacht was based on a tropical island theme, with many elements inspired by Australia and Indonesia.
"As much as we can, in a subtle way, we try to impose our Australian heritage," he said. "Some of the art work, the bedspreads and all of the cushions and pillows on the yacht were made in Perth.
"There is a reasonable amount of Aussie content."
Nirvana is the biggest project Mr Sorgiovanni has tackled during his 28-year career in the luxury yacht designing business.
A spokeswoman for Edmiston, the company marketing the yacht, said there had been a huge interest from the Middle East, Russia and America.
"She is the only yacht of this size and calibre on the market today," she said.