produce energy thanks to underwater turbines and can store it thanks to a 20-tonne battery.“I believe we need to embrace ‘lateral thinking’ when it comes to the future of sailing yacht design,” Briand said in a release. “We want to work alongside owners to create the perfect renewable energy machine, using only wind, water and solar energy to run the yacht and provide an exceptional experience of peace on board and exploration of the sea.”However, the concept does not sacrifice dynamic design and the guarantee of a sophisticated onboard life, typical of luxury superyachts. A large skylight covering 80% of the length of the yacht offers a unique view towards the sea in front and towards the ship’s mast. The interior is built to accommodate passengers in four comfortable cabins and an owner’s suite, which has an office and a private terrace with a jacuzzi, while the lower deck can accommodate up to twelve crew members.
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