Lazzarini Design has presented a 24 metre tender concept featuring a transparent carbon-fibre hull, named Embryon.
Speaking on Embryon’s design, the studio said: “[The concept] is defined as a ‘hyper boat’, as the performance and the technology applied on the project are the most advanced available on the market.”Read More/Lazzarini Design reveals 69m superyacht concept with a hole in its superstructure
The concept features a transparent hull made from dry carbon fibre infusion. “The materials mean that Embryon is 30 per cent lighter than other boats of similar lengths,” the studio claimed.Read More/Grand designs: The most extreme superyacht concepts in the world
Powered by a diesel and hydrogen propulsion system comprised of twin MAN V12 2000hp engines and one electric 1260hp engine, Embryon has an estimated speed of 65 knots.
“The yacht can also be configured with a completely electric set up and powered entirely by hydrogen," the studio said.
Elsewhere, the sun deck features an L-shaped lounger that can seat up to 10 guests while accommodation is for four in a master cabin and twin cabin. Embryon carries a €6,000,000 price tag.
It comes after Lazzarini revealed Shape, a 69 metre superyacht concept featuring by a “gaping hole” in the middle of its superstructure.