This incredible new superyacht concept has just been unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Feadship’s 270ft “Dunes” superyacht will run on wind and solar power.
It’s also packed with crazy cool features, including its very own nightclub and stunning glass flooring.
The swanky ship boasts all the luxury amenities you could ask for on the high seas.
The ship’s engine room is pushed right up to the front, meaning guests can sleep just a stone’s throw away from the impressive pool deck, dining area, and spa.
There is also a private deck, as well as a pavilion deck, offering incredible views of whichever corner of the world the superyacht is parked in.
Surrounded by glass, the pavilion deck will have its own luxury jacuzzi zone in addition to an informal dining and “conversation” area.
Should the buyer be partial to a boogie every now and again, this area can be transformed into a nightclub.
As if a nightclub isn’t enough, the curved vessel will also feature a staircase leading up to the yacht’s striking 10-meter mast.
And there’s not one but two small pools planned for the superyacht, alosngide an entertainment area, so more than enough space for guests to kick back and relax.
But what really sets this superyacht apart is the fact that it’s been designed to be eco friendly.
The yacht will run off wind and solar energy to reduce emissions and be climate-friendly.
One of the features of the luxury vessel are its overhangs, which shade windows and reduce the energy required for cooling.
In another eco-concious move, Dunes will also do away with the traditional wooden teak decking found on many superyachts.
Instead, it will have lavish flooring made of millions of tiny glass or stone chips, sealed in a transparent coating to protect it from damage.
Feadship has intelligently designed the pavilion to be cooled using air drawn up from the central staircase from other parts of the superyacht to reduce energy.
What’s more, onboard power is planned to be generated from solid oxide fuel cells that use green methanol as a reaction agent.
Now for the all-important bits – when we can expect to see it and how much it will cost.
The state-of-the-art boat is only at concept stage at the moment but is expected to set sail in the next decade.
We don’t know how much it’ll cost yet, as a price is yet to be released, but you can bet your bottom dollar it’ll have a hefty price tag.