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Lazzarini designs radical 153m shark-shaped concept with 3 helis and 8 tenders

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Written by
Louis Parkes-Talbot

Next in the series of nature-inspired superyacht concepts from design studio Lazzarini is the 153-metre Prodigium. Moving on from the studio’s first swan-shaped concept, Prodigium is a brand-new design inspired by the shark. Prodigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioWith two big side fins which transform into additional terrace space, Prodigium can expand an additional seven metres either side of the yacht’s already massive 34 metres of beam.Prodigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioTaking inspiration from ancient Roman architecture, the Prodigium concept spans six decks constructed from carbon and aluminium. The main living area is on the uppermost level and resembles the outline of a shark. Roman columns positioned on either side of the entrance to support the upper structure and its swimming pool.Prodigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioAs well as hosting up to 44 guests, the concept holds up to eight tenders and three helicopters in her three hangars. Her rear deck incorporates a large port area with the capacity to accommodate yachts up to 30 metres in length. This area can also lift and lower up to 40,000 kg of yachts, tenders or toys.Prodigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioThe spacious 300-square-metre rooftop is covered in solar panels which would theoretically provide enough power for lighting the yacht and manoeuvring her while docking. Her three jet engines and twin electric centreline engines would allow Prodigium to reach an estimated cruising speed of around 22 knots.Prodigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioProdigium yacht conceptPhoto: Lazzarini Design StudioLazzarini has promised to release four more nature-inspired designs in the coming year.

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