Superyacht Concepts: Man’s Creativity At Its Peak

Dated: May 15, 2020
Category: Blog
Superyacht Concepts: Man’s Creativity At Its Peak

As humans, if there’s one thing we have always been good at, it’s dreaming. We possess expansive minds capable of dreaming up amazing things. Thanks to man’s innate capability to dream, we are currently in the fourth industrial revolution with Superyacht Concepts at the helm.

From our roots as cavemen to digital maestros, humanity has been founded on progress.  Thankfully, this ability to dream permeates every area of human existence and the principle rings true when it comes to superyachts.

Fans of superyachts are no strangers to superyacht concepts. However, those that are new to the  industry and avid lovers alike will be sure to find Superyacht designs endlessly inspiring.
Whilst these designs continue to remain simply concepts, they are instrumental in charting the course for the future of superyachts and its phenomenal industry.

In this article, we’ll be exploring 4 superyacht concepts that are nothing short of breathtaking to satisfy your inner imagination. What else is possible?!

So, let’s dive in.

1. Project L by Thierry Gaugain


Like most superyacht concepts, this has a futuristic vibe to it. However, what stands out about the Project L and sets it apart from other designs is the clean and minimalist design. With a slick and smooth exterior specially designed to glide through air and water, there’s a very unique allure to Project L.

This superyacht is 120m long and will be powered by a diesel-electric hybrid system. Ideally, Project L can house 12 guests and 40 crew members. However, those numbers can go up to 36 guests and 50 crew if need be.

2. Star by Lobanov Design


Irrespective of your taste, the Star is sure to leave you in awe. Shaped like the top half of a star (of course, we know that real stars are balls of gas and don’t have 4 pointed tips, but you get the point), the Star is 132 meters long and 60 meters high. What’s more, it’s run on electric power and has azimuth thrusters rather than a fixed rudder and propeller.

With 8 decks and 4 elevators, you can be sure to get the best ocean views from the top deck of this yacht. Plus, The Star is built to accommodate 36 guests plus crew so there’s room for the entire party!

3. The Tetrahedron by Jonathan Schwinge


At first glance, this looks like a spaceship straight from a sci-fi movie. And, unlike many other superyacht concepts, the Tetrahedron was nearly a reality. Hopefully, we will get to see it in action someday.

Put simply, the Tetrahedron is a pyramid that floats on water. It has 3 sides that fold down when the vessel is stationary. Underneath the main body is a torpedo-shaped hull. When in motion at high speeds, the vessel lifts off the water and creates the illusion of being a spaceship.

4. Streets of Monaco by Yacht Island Design


Ever wondered what it would feel like to live in a city on the sea? The Streets of Monaco may just be your answer.

On the top deck of this concept yacht is a miniature version of the city of Monaco. There is even a downscaled version of the Monaco Grand Prix circuit onboard. The amenities list aboard this superyacht is seemingly endless.From a basketball court to a lawn and tennis court on board, it’s a fairytale come true. The interior is also as palatial and majestic as any superyacht you will ever set your eyes on. It’s safe to say this superyacht embodies all things phenomenal.

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