The general look of latest superyacht idea to return from New York Metropolis-based agency Gill Schmid Design and UK-based Lateral naval architects is refreshingly new. However as I’ve dug into the design that’s merely known as SEE a bit extra, it seems the “E-hybrid system structure” that’s been designed by the naval architects at Lateral to make use of batteries as the first supply of onboard energy is kind of refreshing as effectively.
In keeping with advance studies, SEE’s batteries present the onboard energy whereas the yacht’s diesel engines are there for battery recharging solely. And the advantages of this technique are fairly enticing. The “engine” room might be extra compact and versatile, and the yacht might be extra environmentally pleasant too.
However then once more, in the case of superyacht design and engineering the objective is to boost the onboard expertise of the proprietor and visitors in refreshing new methods too. And SEE is attention-grabbing on this regard as a result of its open plan and the pliability of its convertible areas are extra informal than a traditional superyacht.
Residing areas might be configured so SEE doesn’t have a proper saloon or eating house or perhaps a full separation between visitors and crew. As a substitute, it options an open idea kitchen with communal/ cooks tables, a lounge/ motion house with hydroponics and water options or a lounge house/ cinema with a big retractable glass factor remodeling your complete house into an expansive oceanfront terrace.
And oh yeah, it boasts 5 separate swimming pools together with a big glass-bottom infinity pool on the primary deck.
However I feel the renderings do a greater job of describing how cool this idea is best than I can with phrases. And I do know I’m not the one one who would like to see this yacht get constructed.