Behold one gigantic yacht for the folks of the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. This is “Landscape,” a yacht made to provide an ideal location for you to have fun on the boat and off, no comfort done without. The Landscape is a 75 meter trimaran with a 20 meter beam. Huge, giant, unbelievably magnificently large. There’s a staircase into the sea, a sun deck, a lounge and dining area under a canopy, a giant main deck with open floor, and cabins, galley, conference room below.
Designer Jun Han Song informs us that this Landscape would have a wider beam than any other super yacht to provide the widest amount of space for awesome activities. A staircase surrounds the main deck creating the island-like “Landscape” feel to the boat. Staircases along the sides of the boat provide a similar effect. A canopy is attached to the masts to protect the passengers from weather, meanwhile an outdoor shower is attached for people who’ve swam and would like a non-saltwater shower. The canopy also serves as lighting so there can be parties on into the night. The bridges on the upper and main deck are connected by a spiral staircase for quick changes from outdoors to in for the sailor hitting quick bad weather.
The entire boat transforms. Not into a robot, but for more submersion. Inside the boat there are water tanks that fill up on your command causing the vessel to submerge like a submarine. Once the boat is lower, the staircases slide down mimicking a sand beach allowing water accessibility and ocean interaction. Also once submerged, the boat releases two tender docks (7.5m x 3m x 2m) which can be slid out from the boat.
The Landscape yacht gets around on wind power and solar power. Wind by sailing and by using Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWTs) located in the masts. These turbines generate electric energy from the wind whether the boat is at rest or sailing. This energy can be used to propel the yacht or to power lights and other electronics on the boat. The solar power is collected through several solar panels located around the ship: the top surface of the upper forward deck, the staircase, and the canopy.
I would live here. Thanks very much.
L.W.L. 71m/72m (Sailing / Anchored Position)
BEAM (max) 20m/21m (Sailing / Anchored Position)
DRAFT 4m/9m (Keel Up / Down Position)
HULL TYPE Trimaran
DECK FINISH Teak
TENDERS 2X (75m x 3m x 2m)
GREEN ENERGY 7 VAWTs
Multiple Solar Panels
OWNER & GUESTS 12
Designer: Jun Han Song