July 21 2021
21 Jul 2021
It can be yours for $300 million.
Who says a seaport needs to be on land? Certainly not Lazzarini. That’s because the design studio’s latest innovative concept is a multi-purposesuperyacht that doubles as a dockyard for small tenders servicing the high seas.
The futuristic 328-footer, dubbed Saturnia, sports a geometric silhouette with sharp, angular lines. The vessel will be forged entirely from dry carbon fiber, which the Lazzarini says will make it some 50 percent lighter than ships of a similar size.
Of course, the pièce de résistance is the private port that’s located amidship. This unique sheltered area can be accessed via two large openings on each side that automatically rise up when required. Just like a regular wharf, it can facilitate the comings and goings of seafarers while also allowing tenders with up to 5-feet of draft to moor inside. Think of it as a luxurious entry to your very own floating hotel.