Pierpaolo Lazzarini has been known for pushing the boundaries in each of his projects, and it’s visible with his new concept Embryon. The yacht is said to be 24-meter (which is about 79 feet) translucent and is derived from the initial 3D model.
Embryon boasts of the speed of about 65 knots (due to the number of engines) which are powered by hydrogen and diesel respectively. The electric drive lasts for about 4 hours. It’s transparent and completely made of a dry carbon fibre structure and is 30% lighter than similar boats on the market.
It stands at 4.80 metres (reportedly 15.7 feet). On the main deck, there are two L-shaped couches on each side. Accommodation is set for six guests, has both a master and twin cabin.
The 39-year-old artist has spent years in the automotive space and is known for implementing various design approaches in each of his works.