Take a tour of 108-meter-long masterpiece that includes a heliport, two pools and a garden Amazing amenities aren’t limited to land-based luxury.
In the ever-escalating world of high-end, hydrodynamic homes, a new superyacht promises some fantastic features.
Norway-based firm Hareide Design has unveiled plans for what may be the most perfect vessel for riding the high seas in style.
The concept yacht, which spans 108 meters (354 feet), includes a heliport, an infinity pool that flanks a tranquility garden, an additional triangular pool at the bow and a grand hall, ideal for hosting your own TED Talk or the most awesome, and aquatic, session of karaoke.
Perform an unforgettable rendition of ‘Let It Go’ in the ship’s grand hall.
The superyacht’s defining feature, however, may be at the stern of the vessel—the designers have created a faux beachfront where passengers can dip their toes in salt water that laps upon the simulated shore.
Lounge “beachside” while remaining on your boat.
In addition to a wealth of high-end amenities, Hareide’s yacht features an energy-efficient design with a 300 square meters (about 3,230 square feet) of solar panels capable of providing “the ship with sustainable energy and enough power for slow cruising along quiet shorelines.”