When you would go on a sea-trip with an idea, of it being more like an expedition amongst the unchartered waters, than only a few yachts would come up in our. One recent concept was the Gian Paolo Nari’s NPe 75 yacht, which combined aviation and yacht design on to a common platform, to create a vessel ideal for expeditions.
Now acting as competition is the Australian based Motion Code Blue designed Serion Explorer E60 yacht. Currently at a concept stage, this vessel provides both the advanced technology, as well as the great looks to make a complete luxurious experience for its passengers.
The very source of origin and its designing proves its primary point, with accuracy and aplomb; this is meant for the gen-next yacht owners. Bringing in the now popular design of vessels inspired by sci-fi and futuristic based movies, there is plenty of aerodynamic styling as well as practical utility that has been taken into account. The 60-foot long hull holds together 3 decks, with enough spaces on the sides for 2 balconies.
Also the rear end is a multi-utility zone, which one can use during a slow cruise, to indulge in some sun-bathing, or perhaps water skiing. On the interior of the vessel, space has been designed to ensure utility and comfort at the same time. Most of the furniture has been given a modern appeal, along with a modular design which helps optimum utility of a given space. The windows which are most in the form of glass panels play a crucial role in the insulating factor of the space inside. However, there are 3 such modern spacious cabins for the guests.
We had earlier mentioned that this yacht will be for those who would prefer long journeys in the sea. This means, an engine which will give them the optimum performance to that regard.
Hence, there are 2 John Deere AFM 75 M1 engines, which make up the entire set up. The propulsion system is a hybrid electric and diesel mechanism, hence the top speed is a bit limited to 13 knots.
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