Luxury – even ultra-luxury, within reach of a lucky few pockets – does not conflict with environmental sensitivity. Studio Too Design and its founder, veteran architect and designer Marco Casale, have just shown this with their latest proposal for 56.7m private yacht. In addition to a spa, jacuzzi, gym, saltwater pool, bar counter, and cabins unenviable five-star hotel rooms, the ship proposed by Casale and his team includes Wide spread of solar panels.
super yacht, baptized vision And for now we can enjoy as a concept, through futuristic designs, it includes a curved roof covered with retractable panels that can harness up to 62 kilowatts of solar energy and power the boat. In the Superyacht Times they specified, yes, that although it does offer an electric propulsion option, the vessel is designed as a diesel-electric hybrid and can reach speeds of up to 14 knots.
Among other distinguishing characteristics, its hull, designed to reduce water resistance, or its draft, to only 2.6 metres, stands out, a characteristic – interesting engineering notes – that allow it to navigate in shallow water, which is especially useful for moving around the Bahamas.
Highly designed luxury… and eco-friendly
Being retractable, the sunroof can be opened to reveal Large balcony of approximately 490 m² Equipped with hydromassage pool, outdoor dining room and lounge. It is not the only part of the yacht equipped with a hydraulic system that allows it to expand. Something similar happens with the balconies of the seven cabins, which – Superyacht Times detail – can be folded up. Another point where the Casali team worked on versatility is on the deck.
“We thought about how pointless it is to have a freshwater pool on a yacht that has to be constantly filled and emptied. There is also the problem of access to fresh water, which is not always possible. However, creating A seawater pool gives owners and crew more freedom and control, while using free ocean water. Additionally, this pool is a garage that can be submerged and creates a very secure water access point,” the designer explains in data collected by Superyacht Times.
The name, which in Italian means ‘seeing’, represents a marine development; Environmental, electrical and environmentally friendly visionOur vision,” Casale tells Robb Report of the luxury yacht. When planning the payment, the designer partnered with Francesco Rogantin of Names Studio. “Francesco has a wealth of experience in this field and has recently worked on other innovations,” the founder of studio Too Design frequently , which shows that VisionE may target hydrogen use in the future.
At the moment we only have the charts to enjoy the result and Get an idea of what a luxury yacht looks like; But the progress, of course, is surprising.
Cover photo: Marco Casale / Instagram
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