Aesthetically, the Drakkar S yacht concept draws inspiration from the past as it resembles a Viking ship. Technologically, the Drakkar S concept, designed by Max Zhivov, looks towards what the future of yachting could be like.Photo: Max ZhivovThe 26-metre yacht can be controlled by autopilot with the possibility of remote control and artificial intelligence allows her to moor and avoid potential obstacles. On board, guests can use their smartphone to set a destination for the yacht in a dedicated app and stay cruising for up to four days. Photo: Max ZhivovPhoto: Max ZhivovThanks to solar panels covering 80 square metres on the yacht’s roof and an electric propulsion system, the Drakkar S is an environmentally-friendly vessel.Photo: Max ZhivovPhoto: Max ZhivovThe interior of the Drakkar S includes a saloon-kitchen, two master cabins and two guest cabins. The roof of the saloon can be opened like a convertible to create an al fresco atmosphere. Photo: Max ZhivovPhoto: Max ZhivovPhoto: Max Zhivov
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