MORE COOL YACHTS
Added on: 2nd Feb 2015
PJ WORLD YACHT
While it may not be as cool looking as the futuristic Infinitas (#20),
the Palmer Johnson World Yacht certainly makes up for it in other ways
as it comes equipped with a gym, movie theatre, spa, pool, and even
death traps for pirates. Okay, maybe not death traps but it does
have a super advanced security system.
This luxury yacht created by Hyun-Seok Kim is named after the
Voronoi lattice pattern that covers its deck. Being designed to
entertain, it comes with numerous hot tubs, a pool, and even a
golfing green on its deck.
By way of some clever design by Novague Studio this yacht’s solar
panelled “wings” were created to resemble those of a seagull,
hence the name. The coolest part though? They actually “flap” in order
to position themselves for maximum light absorption.
Like the Bamboo Yacht (coming next), the Soliloquy is insanely green.
It’s powered by solar, wind, and hybrid technologies and even uses the
gym equipment to recharge its batteries.
Although still in the design phase, this interesting concept made
almost exclusively out of bamboo panels is soon to be the most
eco-friendly yacht on the water.
No doubt you’re familiar with cars that can swim but have you ever
heard of a boat that can drive? Well now you have.
The Iguana Amphibious Yacht has a pair of retractable treads that
you can use to roll up onto dry land. Although you probably won’t win
any races, there aren’t too many people out there who can say they
parked their boat next to their car.
Built by a trio of young Italian designers, this paper boat concept
definitely wins in the creativity department. It’s deceptively spacious,
however, with two cabins, a bar, and “seagull wing” walls that
open up to the ocean.
Created by the famous Wally Yacht company, WallyIsland is
intended to do one thing – be huge. The deck alone has a deep
water pool, helipad, mini soccer court, tennis court, and a garden oasis.
The madness doesn’t stop there though, as this yacht is so big
that it actually has space to store other yachts.