Superyachts for the rich and famous are always larger than life, loaded with all the best that the world has to offer. Some stun with their futuristic technology while others impress with their opulence and panache. Finding one that has got the best of both worlds is what piques our interest.
The dynamism of Flame superyacht concept draped in luxury is destined for high sea adventure where there’s no destination, rather the journey is all the excitement. The shape of the 230-foot vessel aptly complements the naming convention honed by the sharp lines giving it the feel of an arrowhead treading through water. The major section of the yacht is covered with an array of solar panels arranged in the shape of a flame. They take up all the load of serving the power needs, so it can go completely off-grid for days at an end.
Designer: Centrostyle Design
The classy exterior is well complemented by the interior that boasts an expansive open-plan living area. The section spans across multiple levels of the vessel and is specifically designed to bring the exteriors inside. This is achieved with a huge array of windows running on each side so that guests can experience the magnificence of the seas. For those who like to spend time in the open air, the yacht comes with an aft deck fit for sunbathing, playing sports or evening parties. The Flame also comes with a central pool and on the opposing end, the foredeck has a helipad for quick arrivals and departures.
According to the Italian design studio, the superyacht is “perceived with the intention to give up to easy compromises between space and form.” No wonder the influence of David Cipriani, who’s an acclaimed yatch designer clearly reflects in this concept.
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