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Futuristic superyacht from Norwegian firm

Futuristic superyacht from Norwegian firm

By Staff Writer - August 19, 2017

Photo: HareideDesign.com
Photo: HareideDesign.com

With the Monaco Yacht Show just over the horizon, Hareide Design has unveiled plans for a superyacht with a difference. The concept yacht designed by the Norwegian firm spans 108 metres (354 feet), and includes a heliport, an infinity pool, a tranquillity garden, an additional 20-metre lap pool at the bow and a grand hall for live entertainment.

Photo: HareideDesign.com
Photo: HareideDesign.com
Photo: HareideDesign.com
Photo: HareideDesign.com

The stern of the vessel hosts a false sloping beachfront where passengers can dip their toes in salt water. The energy-efficient design has 300 square metres of solar panels for sustainable energy. The power output from the panels is enough to power the vessel in slow cruising mode, according to Hareide.

The Monaco Yacht Show takes place this year from September 27-30 and hosts more than 125 super yachts.


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