Packing more power than 15 Bugatti Chirons – This hydrogen-powered superyacht concept is so fast that it can fly over water. Expected to launch in 2025 it is made entirely from carbon fiber the 242-long vessel has a helipad, a beach club, and a swimming pool.
Lazzarini Design, an Italian design studio founded by Pierpaolo Lazzarini, is known for its over-the-top yacht concepts, and its newest design study is no different. Behold the Plectrum, a 74-meter luxury superyacht concept equipped with massive hydrofoil fins. The concept is claimed to be inspired by contemporary America’s Cup sailboats, specifically the Luna Rossa design, and would become the biggest vessel in the world to be equipped with foiling technology if it ever enters production. The designer has envisioned a flexible design for the superyacht’s foiling system where the width of the fins can be adjusted according to the cruising needs. According to Lazzarini, the flexible design will create “a different super yacht configuration which will allow much faster sea traveling than conventional similar size ships.”