Shape: super yacht concept with a huge hole in the middle

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Previous products include a swan-shaped yacht and another yacht designed as a shark, but Lazzarini Design Studio’s latest superyacht concept may be one of its most daring concepts.

The design team in Rome has just announced the renderings of a brand-new 69-meter yacht design with a “big hole” in the middle.

The aptly named Shape concept runs entirely on clean energy, and its superstructure has a huge cavity, forming a very unique outline.

‘Hole deck’

Lazzarini Design Studio in Rome announced the renderings of its latest concept Shape.

Lazzarini Design Studio in Rome announced the renderings of its latest concept Shape.

Courtesy Lazarini

The space called “hole deck” can be accessed through the entrance of the bow and has steps leading to the sea level, making it an ideal sunbathing area and can be customized according to the requirements of the owner.

At the same time, the upper deck of the yacht is equipped with a glass bottom infinity pool, allowing swimmers to enjoy the beautiful view of the open space below.

The living area is located at the rear of the superstructure and consists of six suites that can accommodate up to 12 guests.

clean energy

The unconventional superyacht design has a huge space in the middle, forming a quite eye-catching silhouette.

The unconventional superyacht design has a huge space in the middle, forming a quite eye-catching silhouette.

Courtesy Lazarini

The designer said: “The space on The Shape is a real luxury due to the choice of style for placing voids in the superstructure.”

There is also a beach club with a diving platform, a helipad, a garage full of toys and all the typical facilities you can find on a yacht of this size.

Shape is estimated at 69 million euros (approximately US$80 million). It will be equipped with a hydrogen-driven propulsion system that will run entirely on clean energy, with a maximum speed of approximately 24 knots and a 12-knot electric mode when fully loaded.

The solar panels on its sunbathing deck will be used to charge all onboard systems.

unique design

The yacht will be equipped with a glass bottom infinity pool, beach club and helipad.

The yacht will be equipped with a glass bottom infinity pool, beach club and helipad.

Courtesy Lazarini

Although this is still just a concept, Lazzarini’s team said that this unconventional design has received extensive attention from brokers since its launch.

According to the designer, if you want to choose Shape, it will take about 20 months to build and execute.

This unique concept is one of many innovative superyacht designs that will be launched in the past few weeks.

Its estimated price is about 80 million U.S. dollars, and the designer said that the yacht will take 20 months to build.

Its estimated price is about 80 million U.S. dollars, and the designer said that the yacht will take 20 months to build.

Courtesy Lazarini

In September, the German shipyard Lurssen unveiled a new zero-emission superyacht concept inspired by Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” at the Monaco Yacht Show, and the Italian shipbuilder Tankoa chose the same event to make its debut The eye-catching steel-aluminum Apache concept.

Top image source: Courtesy of Lazzarini

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