Outdoor lovers can now enjoy the outdoor pool and observatory with incredible views of the sky…
Yachts often seem to us to be moving at the speed of glaciers, but now, there is a yacht that takes this comparison to a whole new level. Named Fata Morgana, this amazing $ 110 million yacht, seventy feet long, is designed to associate us with the Arctic landscape to raise awareness of climate change, and in particular the melting glaciers in the North Pole.
Fata Morgana – which literally means “mirage” in Italian is the work of Monaco-based designer and artist George Lucian, who is known for his series of radical ships, including the alluring Project Origami yacht and aircraft carrier, or the Dare to Dream superyacht concept. Inspired by the ice tundra, the new yacht has a hull that associates us with a set of rocks covered with snow and aft that carries a large iceberg-shaped structure.
The ship, which is currently in concept stage, is designed to have incredibly low emissions and be equipped with a giant kite to help it move and save fuel. The yacht has a hull that can handle the ice, as well as a range of 7,000 nautical miles.
Morgana will also have state-of-the-art sensors, capable of monitoring water temperatures and transmitting information to relevant organizations.
A total of twelve guests and eighteen crew members can find their place on this yacht, including pilot, dive instructor and security personnel. In addition to the outdoor pool, which we already mentioned at the beginning of the text, there is also a heliport if you need an emergency transportation.
Lucian designed this yacht to support those who are fighting climate change in a symbolic and practical way. “I wanted to design a yacht that would almost camouflage itself in the Arctic environment.
Moreover, when seen, this yacht associates people with climate change, ie the melting of icebergs and polar caps, ”said the designer.
Once constructed, the Fata Morgana yacht will head toward the northwestern passage of the Arctic Circle, which was previously too dangerous because of the ice inside it, which has now been melted.