There’s also a beach club with a diving platform onboard, a helipad, a garage full of toys and all of the typical amenities you’d find on a yacht of this stature.
Shape, which has an estimated price of €69 million (around $80 million), will be equipped with a propulsion system powered by hydrogen, and will run entirely on clean energy, with max speed of around 24 knots, or 12 knots when in full electric mode.
The solar panels on its sundeck are to be used to charge all onboard systems.
Although it’s still just a concept, the team at Lazzarini say the unconventional design has been getting a lot of attention from brokers since it was unveiled.
If Shape were to be picked up, it would take around 20 months to build and execute, according to the designers.
The distinctive concept is one of a number of new innovative superyacht designs to be unveiled over the past few weeks.
In September, German shipyard Lurssen debuted a new emission-free superyacht concept inspired by Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland” at the Monaco Yacht Show, while Italian shipyard Tankoa chose the same event to debut its striking steel and aluminum Apache concept.