Swedish studio Dennis Ingemansson Design joined forces with the Turkish shipyard Ned Ship Group recently, collaborating on the 42-metre catamaran project Solar Dream.
With an ecological ethos and prioritisation of efficiency, the design proposed boasts a 360 square metre solar cell area and hybrid propulsion solution. With a hull constructed from carbon fibre composites and weighing in at approximately 1000 gross tons, the yacht is expected to reach a top speed of 22 knots with minimal output.
With 580 square meters of interior space, Ingemansson says: “Solar Dream offers a luxurious experience, with three guest rooms that can accommodate ten people and double owner’s suites. Once this smart beauty get into the water, it can become a green icon. ” The superyacht also incorporates accommodation for five crew members.
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