Marcelo Penna Yacht Design has revealed a 56 metre concept yacht named Triexplorer, based on the studio’s established trimaran design.
Designed with sustainability in mind, the Triexplorer features a diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system, as well as solar panels and wind generators.
Designed to operate in severe weather, the aluminium hull is capable of breaking through thin layers of ice and is described as “an 80 metre vessel sensation in a 56 metre aluminum vessel” by the studio.
Accommodation inside the 1330GT interior is for a total of 12 guests and 20 crew, and includes a large 646sqm master suite, complete with a private bathroom, office, observatory and glass pool. All decks are connected by a staircase that wraps around the glass exterior.
Elsewhere, the yacht is equipped to carry a fleet of toys and tenders, as well as a helideck, dedicated hangar. A beach club sits aft of the lower deck, alongside a dive centre. The Triexplorer is also capable of carrying submersibles on board.
Balancing adventure with luxury, the Triexplorer features a large gym, sauna, large saloons across multiple decks, a library, cinema and even an infinity glass swimming pool.
Key numbers include a 2.05m draft, max speed of 20 knots and cruising speed of 15 knots, allowing for a range of 6,000 nautical miles.