Swan Shaped Mega Yacht With Detachable Head Designed By Pierpaolo Lazzarini
Pierpaolo Lazzarini design studio which is known for its unique stunning watercraft concepts has recently unveiled its latest beautiful creation: “Avanguardia” which when translated to English means “Vanguard”.
The elegant 137 meter swan shaped mega yacht draws inspiration for its name from the positioning of the control tower, which also appears like the head of a swan. The ‘head’ serves as a control tower with it being able to detach from the ‘neck’, transforming into an auxiliary 16 meter boat.
The mega yacht is subdivided into 5 decks and can fit as much as 60 passengers. The ‘head’ which functions as the control tower can adjust Avanguardia’s position by lowering itself to the middle of the yacht’s body.
Lazzarini also designed a stylish personal port for two jet capsules on Avanguardia’s rear deck area. The two jet capsules can be attached to the structure becoming an auxiliary propulsion for the mega yacht. Once the head is detached, the top part of the mega yacht becomes an auxiliary control tower.
Avanguardia is powered by a central MTU rolls-royce engine which is able to push the mega yacht to a maximum cruising speed of about 18 knots.
The project construction cost Lazzarini design studio a massive $500,000,000
- date publishedSeptember 15, 2020
- original sourceDesign Boom