A CONCEPT superyacht designed for billionaires has been unveiled – with a 200ft ‘gaping hole’ of empty space inside it.
Italian design studio Lazzarini Design Studio, who unveiled the sleek yacht named Shape, also revealed plans for a glass-bottom infinity pool and a helipad too.
A concept superyacht with a 200ft empty space in the middle has been revealed[/caption]
The yacht’s “hole deck” was designed by Italian design studio Lazzarini[/caption]
The 226-foot vessel’s standout feature is the “hole deck” as Lazzarini calls it, which can be customised to each seafarer’s needs.
Accessible via a door at the vessel’s bow, the sprawling space is ideal for lounging and is fitted with steps down to the ocean for requisite dips.
Shape is crowned by a glass-bottom infinity pool situated on the upper deck.
It allows the swimmers above to look down on those below (or vice versa).
You’ll also find a helipad a waterside beach club with a diving platform, plus a garage for toys.
Split into three different decks, there are Six VIP suites on the first deck while the living quarters are situated on the second and the command cabin on the third, along with a Jacuzzi.
Shape is also designed to run entirely on clean energy, with a propulsion system powered by hydrogen and a large solar panel on its sundeck that provides charging for all onboard systems.
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The ship, called Shape, will have three levels[/caption]
There is also a helipad for quick departures[/caption]
The concept yacht would also run on clean energy[/caption]