Limited to 66 vessels with jacuzzi, fire pit, champagne bar, hot tub and more polished metal, suede and carbon fibre than you can shake a trust fund at.
The main hull is ballasted and submersible, allowing for underwater viewing areas. The propulsion system is biomimetic, with twin foils on either side of the main hull pushing back water like a whale’s flukes.
The dreamboat also features ‘a dozen villas and two landing pads specially designed for personal flying drones’.
As soon as someone invents personal flying drones, we’re heading out to sea.
Resplendent tricolour at the Royal Dartmouth Yacht Club
Architect Zaha Hadid (you’ll recall her floating office block in Dubai) has partnered with Hamburg luxury shipbuilders Blohm + Voss to create a ‘family’ of five 90m sinuous, ocean going, customisable yachts based on a 128m exoskeletal concept prototype (top two pix).
It’s called ‘project jazz’.
Lars Biscuits writes:
It’s one of these. When yachting without a chopper just doesn’t cut it anymore.”
after months of preparation, our support yacht has had to pull out at the last minute due to a damaged spreader. Any chance of a shout out for the sake of 12 brave souls whose months of hard training are about to come to naught? Wouldn’t ask if we weren’t desperate.