This 328-foot vessel is one of the most unique concept yacht designs ever to hit the world.
The incredible trimaran has six decks, two spas, two pools, a beach club, and two tenders.
Called the Trident, the yacht concept also has unique tilting sails allowing it to pass under bridges and go where no other sailing boat can.
Designed by Steve Kozloff, the Trident will have a piano bar and entertainment area on the upper deck which will have floor-to-ceiling windows.
And at the back of the yacht, there will be a beach club with retractable decks.
It also comes with an elevator (yep, an elevator) and two helipads so guests can travel to and from their 5-star holiday in style.
The master suite will be at the front of the main vessel, while two other VIP suites will sit at the front of the two other smaller hulls.
There will also be a further 10 cabins for guests to spread out across.
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Renders of the yacht show a network of walkways that connect the different sections.
And at a staggering 100 meters long, there are seemingly endless rooms and entertainment hubs.
Not to mention, it’s all super luxurious.
All handrails and doors will be heated to minimize any icing problems.
The Trident will also have a garage that can hold two tenders, a submarine and water toys for guests.
Yacht concept design
The Trident is the latest model in Steve Kozloff’s series of “folding” sailing yachts.
Kozloff designed the yacht with folding sails, not only so it could navigate under low bridges, but so it could maximize wind power.
Each mast can rotate a full 360 degrees and tilt 70 degrees forward to reduce air draft.
It will be able to sail up to 12 knots and reach a top speed of 17 knots with a hybrid diesel-electric system.