A James Bond-inspired 70 metre trimaran concept named Bond Girl has been revealed by superyacht designers George Lucian and Hannah Hombergen.Read More/Intrepid adventurers: The boldest explorer yacht concepts
The concept is characterised by angular lines on the main hull, giving it the appearance of a spaceship. Bond Girl’s stand out technical feature is an emission-reducing hybrid propulsion system.
Speaking about the concept, Hombergen said: “Nature is important to us, so we had that in mind when designing Bond Girl. The propulsion system helps to keep the emissions down.”
The concept's layout includes a main hull that hosts the forward-facing master’s cabin split over two levels.
“We think that experiencing your outside world is important, which is why we positioned the master’s cabin at the front,” said Hombergen.
“There are a lot of windows that feature, so it’s like being in your own cocoon with a private view of the sea,” she continued.
Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests and includes five classic film-inspired cabins found on the main hull, alongside a large infinity pool aft.
The two smaller hulls meanwhile host the crew’s quarters, as well as providing an artificial harbour where tenders can be docked.
According to the studio, this set-up also affords Bond Girl a degree of stability while reducing the amount of vibration and noise pollution when the concept is moving.