German design studio 3deluxe has revealed an entirely carbon-neutral 110 metre superyacht concept named VY-01, complete with a “garden-like” interior.Read More/Standout new superyacht concepts
First revealed at the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show, the concept is described as a “floating garden of Eden” by the studio. Key features of the open-plan layout include a greenhouse and vegetable garden.
Speaking about the design, the studio said: “Climate change is forcing industries to rethink the way they operate.
“The concept’s interior breaks with many conventions of yacht design and instead corresponds with the nature-orientated philosophy of the project.”
Guests can enjoy a light-flooded interior, with the inclusion of sensor-controlled louvers that wrap around the superstructure. Elsewhere, VY-01’s sundeck features 470 sqm of solar panels alongside a sun lounging area.
The concept is set to be powered by fuel cells driven by hydrogen and recharged by bio-methanol, for a range of 3,240 nautical miles. Noise pollution is kept at a minimum thanks to silent electric engines.
Luxury amenities include an infinity pool on the beach club while steps lead up to a shaded sofa area.