Officina Armare has unveiled plans for a megayacht that takes inspiration from both naval ships and spacecraft.
Known as Project Centauro, the 360-foot vessel looks like a cross between a battleship and a technologically advanced spaceship. With space for two owners, 12 guests and 38 crew members, the company’s boldest design yet brings together the worlds of luxury and sport on a grand scale.
In addition to a stately owner suite, which includes a private loft, the yacht has six spacious guest cabins, several large exterior seating and entertainment areas, a movie theater, a fold-down sea terrace, full-beam spa, gym, indoor pool and diving area. Other luxury amenities include a helipad on the foredeck, a top-deck observation deck with a jacuzzi, beach club inspired by ancient temples and a tender garage with room for two 33-foot tenders, several water toys and a submarine.
Powered by two MTU engines teamed with steerable water jets, the vessel will have a cruising speed of 18 knots and a maximum speed of around 20 knots.
Project Centauro is merely a concept at present and the team at Officina Armare say it would take around two years to build because of its complexity and size.
This means the vessel could potentially be a reality by 2022, if the design is picked up by a client quickly.