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The hybrid superyacht concept with five swimming pools and an open-air cinema

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(CNN) – If you thought you had seen it all when it came to innovative luxury superyacht designs, this new hybrid concept just might prove you wrong.

Not only does the 65-meter SEE concept have a unique exterior made up of huge walls of reflective glass, it also has five swimming pools, including a glass-bottom infinity pool, as well as an outdoor cinema on board.

Designed by New York studio Gill Schmid Design in collaboration with Lateral Naval Architects, the vessel is to be fitted with a revolutionary E-Hybrid propulsion system, with batteries as the primary power source.

Convertible spaces

A rendering of SEE, a new superyacht concept by Gill Schmid Design in collaboration with Lateral Naval Architects.

Courtesy of Gill Schmid Design

The design team describes its interior, which consists of huge open spaces with convertible spaces that offer passengers on board freedom and flexibility, as “transformers in an architectural context”.

The SEE concept can accommodate 14 guests and up to 17 crew members, and comes with a long list of impressive equipment.

Her foredeck lounge, placed under the infinity pool, features an outdoor 3D cinema with a large retractable glass element that transforms the area into a large ocean-facing deck when pulled out.

The interior of the ship contains a number of casual dining, living and entertainment spaces.

The interior of the ship contains a number of casual dining, living and entertainment spaces.

Courtesy of Gill Schmid Design

Guests can also enjoy the spa and wellness area, which includes a sauna, steam room, and hot tub, as well as the onboard yoga studio, beach club, and tender garage full of toys.

The onboard galley has been developed to encourage shared dining experiences, with chef’s tables, a fermentation chamber, a mushroom lab, a sushi counter, as well as a juice and coffee bar and a cocktail bar. .

Silent cruise

The outdoor cinema area on board the ship can be converted into a large oceanfront deck.

The outdoor cinema area on board the ship can be converted into a large oceanfront deck.

Courtesy of Gill Schmid Design

“The design is based on a sense of community of like-minded family or friends who wish to enjoy the trip and experience nature and the environment in a relaxed atmosphere,” said the Gill Schmid Design team.

With the ability to reach a top speed of 16 knots and an estimated range of 3,750 nautical miles, the vessel will be equipped with batteries that can power it for six to eight hours at anchor and allow up to three hours of silent cruising. , as well as diesel engines specifically for recharging the battery.

SEE will be equipped with Lateral's revolutionary E-hybrid system architecture.

SEE will be equipped with Lateral’s revolutionary E-hybrid system architecture.

Courtesy of Gill Schmid Design

It would take around three years to build SEE if it were to be salvaged, according to the designers, who say they have generated a lot of interest from shipyards and buyers since the unveiling of the impressive concept.

In March, the design studio unveiled Twin, an ice-class exploration and support vessel concept imagined in collaboration with German builder Dörries Yachts.

Meanwhile, Rome-based Lazzarini Design Studio launched its latest Saturnia project, a 100-meter vessel made entirely from dry carbon fiber and equipped with its own private shipyard on board, in July.

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