Modern Electric Luxury ‘Kathreen’ Yacht

Kathreen by Marko Petrovic is a design study of an electric sailing yacht with the elements of modern contemporary art. It has been designed as a 45m long luxury yacht with elegant design. Massive shape and 2 solid structured solar sails. The inspiration was taken from modern architecture where main goals were simplicity, volume and aggressive but yet sophisticated design line. As for the sea inspiration the design resembles the body of a sword fish. This luxury sailing yacht is imagined as a 2 floor glass cabin yacht (first floor to be a lounge area and the second control center) 2 massive sails consist of solar power panels that were imprinted in sail material creating a giant web of collectable energy. Height of these sails is around 30m. Sharpe and edgy design perfect for cutting waves and together with large sails reaching high speed. Though this is just a concept once it’s made it could be listed in the top most expensive yachts of the world.

Breathtaking Se77antasette Luxury Yacht by Fernando Romero

Se77antasette is the first concept yacht designed for Benetti by award-winning international designer Fernando Romero. Premiered at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show, Se77antasette embodies Benetti’s spirit of innovation, design, technology and hand craftsmanship. This breathtaking yacht concept strays away from the usual Benetti style and it was described as an innovative and revolutionary vessel, inspired by the natural marine environment. Even some aerospace engineers joined in on the project, to help create those smooth, flowing exterior lines, without compromising safety or the entertainment areas on board. The radical looking vessel is matched by an equally outrageous interior. Featuring adaptable spaces, connected to the exterior through glass panels or open balconies and terraces, the ship shows off a two-storey atrium right at the center – the heart of all entertainment on board. An observatory deck at the very top of the yacht competes with the aforementioned features, promising 360-degree views over the horizon. In terms of power, an impressive diesel-electric propulsion system, with five variable speed generators and a single C18 CAT engine, will allow this concept to reach a top speed of 19 knots – at least, in theory – with 5,000 nm predicted at 12 knots. And of course, don’t forget to check World’s Top 10 Most Expensive Luxury Yachts.

Shaddai Yacht Concept by Gabriele Teruzzi

Gabriele Teruzzi frames the futuristic “Shaddai” yacht concept with a suspended private terrace. The captivating vantage point houses the owner’s cabin to watch sunsets and together with the infinity pool, the 38 meter tower produces a visual effect of water with no boundary, merging with the sky. The main hull is 150 meters long and includes a beach club and main deck connected by scenegraphic infinity pool. Influenced by the most luxurious and exclusive hotels, the 300 square meter beach club features a main aquarium in the middle that divides the two sides of the yacht. Both the color combinations and arrangement distribute the space in ultimate luxury. It has a big chances to become one of the most expensive yachts in the world.

SeaXplorer Expedition Yacht

This SeaXplorer Expedition Yacht by Damen yachts. While her entire hull is ice-strengthened, in the most challenging ice conditions, SeaXplorer can go astern using a specially shaped icebreaking stern to break through boundaries that stop other yachts. Whether you choose the 65-meter, 90-meter or 100-meter version, SeaXplorer will be the most capable and efficient expedition super yacht ever. SeaXplorer features dedicated space for submersibles, dive gear, and a recompression chamber, as well as dedicated storage for an array of carefully chosen tenders. Built with remote destinations in mind, SeaXplorer will achieve an unprecedented 40 days of autonomy. And we recommend you to check our other post telling what is the most expensive luxury yacht in the world.

Superyacht Designed by Architector Zaha Hadid

London architect Zaha Hadid has designed a family of superyachts for German shipbuilders Blohm+Voss. Zaha created a concept for a 128-metre yacht, which informed the design of five smaller vessels engineered by Blohm+Voss. The upper structure of the design is formed from sinuous shapes connecting the different decks. This conceptual language has been pared down and applied to a series of 90-metre-long Unique Circle Yachts, refined so the vessels meet the technical specifications for ocean crossings. “As a dynamic object that moves in dynamic environments, the design of a yacht must incorporate additional parameters beyond those for architecture – which all become much more extreme on water,” said Hadid. “Each yacht is an engineered platform that integrates specific hydrodynamic and structural demands together with the highest levels of comfort, spatial quality and safety.” What do you think, will it be the most expensive yacht in the world?

Luxury Yacht Concept “Amare”

Another example of sophisticated yacht design we want to show you today. Luxury Amare yacht concept was created by industrial designer Dawid Dawod. “Stunning wood accents are met with polished handles, steering wheel, knobs and other fixtures in rich detail to create an elegant yet masculine aesthetic. For the thrill seeker inside, it also comes standard with a 350 HP water-jet engine. The Amare’s classic craftsmanship combines with new technology, using rigid inflatable boat (RIB) technology to achieve its aggressive, dynamic look. Designed with human boat behavior in mind, the Yacht’s architecture also includes a fully functioning kitchen on the outer deck, sofas for relaxation, a deck for sunbathing and a canvas top for bad weather. Another characterizing design element of the boat are the rails that follow the length, functioning as handles as passengers walk and also as holders for the canvas top.” Take a look! And don’t forget to check our list of the most expensive luxury yachts in the world.

Elegant Yacht Concept “Cronos”

This elegant yacht concept called Cronos was designed by Simone Madella and Lorenzo Berselli, Italian students who are currently studying BYT (bike, yacht and train) class at the European Institute of Design. Cronos Yacht Design concept has received a special mention in the “Young Professional” category during the Millenium Yacht Design Award (MYDA) with special quote “interesting experimentation in expressive language applied to interior architecture, with particular to the value of wood and its use forms”. Stunningly intricate woodwork seems to grow from within the opulent interior and extend across spacious decks before pouring over into the water. Minimal and at the same time futuristic interior and exterior make this luxurious yacht an ideal for traveling. If this concept will be transformed to reality it could be the most expensive yacht in the world.