At Any Boat we like bringing you these stories about the weird and exotic. The latest addition to our never endless list of dreams is this Hareide designed concept boat. At 108 meters or 354 feet this is one Super Yacht that will really burn a hole in your pocket if it’s not deep enough. If you hurry, you could be the first to own it as it’s still in the concept stage and hasn’t been built yet. The good thing is you can have some input into all the extra trimmings.
One of the defining features is the way the stern deck flows down into the water to form a shallow wading pool that lets you have your own private beach. It has been designed with a tranquil garden that sits adjacent to a 20-meter pool that flows through the middle of the main deck. And that’s not the only swimming pool on board. The bow has a triangular shaped pool too. Imagine sitting on the edge while this superyacht cuts through the water. Surprisingly open for a yacht this size; a dining hall on the upper deck has 360-degree views. This super yacht wasn’t designed to be a billionaire’s play toy but more as a floating residence.
Not only is it stunning to look at but this superyacht has the environment in mind with a large bank of lithium-ion batteries below deck that store energy from solar panels fitted to the roof. Take it offshore and you’ll have to put it into hybrid mode but the solar panels are enough to keep you powered while cruising along the shore. Or you can let your private captain take care of all that.