A 202m superyacht concept named Centerfold has been revealed by Italian studio Nuvolari Lenard.
Built from high tensile steel and aluminium, Centerfold features a massive 16,800GT interior and is equipped with the “latest technology to delivery ecologically-sensitive low emissions”.Read More/The most extreme superyacht concepts in the world
As a result, the yacht can operate in a range of different propulsion modes, including zero-emission, full electric stealth mode and a high-speed conventional propulsion mode powered by 100,000hp engines for a top speed of 35 knots. A number of other propulsion modes with varying performances are also available.Read More/97m expedition yacht concept Project Future revealed
The yacht concept was presented in collaboration with photographer Jarmo Pohjaniemi, who introduced “new perspectives and techniques into the imagery of the yacht.” Pohjaniemi described the yacht as “a fantastic playground.”
“I feel privileged to be able to capture her pure essence in the most beautiful light and surroundings. “
Co-founder Dan Lenard added: “[Jarmo’s] input was less about the physical shape of the yacht and more about how to best treat the surfaces for the most beautiful reflection of light, contrast and mirroring.
“We are putting the maximum creativity into the design itself. It blurs the lines between yacht design and art so that the enjoyment can be experienced by anyone who sees the images, not just the person who ultimately owns the yacht.”