Superyacht With Hole in Middle - Luxury Cruising

 Hydrogen-Electric, Zero Emissions Sea Travel





                                     Source:  Lazzarini's Shape

From Italy, Brand New Superyacht

This is the most unique, zero emissions, hydrogen electric travel concept that you've probably ever encountered.  It's a superyacht from the prestigious Italian design firm Lazzarini which is known for game-changing, design innovations in yachts and other vehicles.  This yacht called Shape is 226 feet long and has a huge hole in the middle of the vessel.  A yacht shaped like this one has never been created before.  It is designed to provide the most luxurious approach to sea travel.  Most importantly, this beautiful seagoing design is powered by an advanced propulsion system that is fueled by hydrogen and solar panels on the roof to generate electricity to power the ship.

Why Is There a Hole in the Middle of the Ship?

The arc or hole in the middle of the ship is totally customizable to the preferences of the buyer.  There is access to it from a door in the ship's bow and it's designed for lounging or taking a dip in the water.  It provides unprecedented water access, including for guests arriving by boat.  The ship also has a helipad for  arrivals and departures.  There is a glass bottomed pool and at the stern there is a water level "beach area"  and a drop platform for direct ocean access.  In all there are three decks that provide spacious accommodations for guest.  It may be the ultimate in zero emissions, ocean travel. 

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