The “Lazzarini” luxury yacht design studio has unveiled its latest design that goes far beyond the limits of a ship in the shape of a shark.
With a length of 153 meters, the giant yacht “Prodigium” is to be manufactured from carbon fiber and aluminum, and its estimated price is expected to be about $ 550 million.
The concept is still in the early stages of the design process, but Lazzarini estimates it will take at least 28 months to build the ship. Credit: Lazzarini Design Studio
This concept of giant yachts is equipped with its own harbor, with sufficient space for a second yacht up to 30 meters in length, in addition to three swimming pools.
This gigantic yacht’s exterior design has ancient Roman influences, with two luxurious columns supporting its superstructure in a lavish style.
The gigantic yacht will be equipped with three large swimming pools and seats up to 40 guests. Credit: Lazzarini Design Studio
This design introduces the concept of a shark as the “emperor of the seas,” according to the design team.
This yacht is the second of six new nature-inspired concepts currently being developed by Italian yacht designer Berpaolo Lazzarini. Credit: Lazzarini Design Studio
The giant yacht has six levels, and the covered upper level, which houses the main living area, is designed to embody the teeth and nose of a shark.
The ship’s sides will be equipped with two massive, extendable fins, which can serve as an additional gazebo space.
The luxury yacht will be able to accommodate up to 40 guests at one time. Credit: Lazzarini Design Studio
According to the “Lazzarini” luxury yacht design studio, the giant yacht “Prodigium,” which has three jet engines and two double centerline electric motors, can reach a cruising speed of 22 knots.
The luxury yacht can accommodate about 40 guests at a time, and with three hangars for helicopters and two vehicles full of watercraft on board, there is plenty of entertainment.
The 153-meter-long yacht will feature two massive extendable fins that will serve as additional gazebo space. Credit: Lazzarini Design Studio
All suites are located in an area under the structure, along with a gym, in addition to at least one indoor swimming pool.
The luxury superyacht concept “Prodigium” is the second of six new concepts inspired by nature, currently being developed by Italian yacht designer Berpaolo Lazarini.
The luxury yacht is equipped with three hangars for helicopters and two boats full of watercraft. Credit: Lazzarini Design Studio
While this project is still in its early stages of the design process, Lazarini estimates that the ship will take at least 28 months to build if adopted or adopted by a shipyard.
The latest concept comes as demand for luxury yachts continues to grow, with the global fleet jumping from 3,906 ships in 2009 to 5,646 in 2019, according to Superyacht Group data.
The yacht comes equipped with its own harbor with enough space for a second, smaller yacht up to 30 meters in length. Credit: Lazzarini Design Studio
The market value is expected to reach $ 10.2 billion by 2025 when the demand for yachts over 24 meters in length increases, and designers strive to be the biggest and best concepts in this competition.
“Gone are the days of all the big yachts that looked the same for a long time,” said Stuart Campbell, editor of Boat International.
“Those interested in yachting are challenging shipyards and designers to create unique yachts,” Campbell added.
Recent examples include the “Ultra2” concept, a new 95-meter superyacht designed by Berlin-based superyacht design studio T.Fotiadis Design with its own safe room on board.