Here’s the latest visual by Gucci presenting the exclusive Aquariva by Gucci, a model customized by Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini. Hit the jump for the video. Continue reading Video: Aquariva By Gucci
Wally and Hermes have been working hard together to create a series of luxury and environmental-friendly yachts. Back in June 2008, Wally and Hermes signed a join-venture to develop a new type of motor yacht redefining the art of living on the sea. The Wally-Hermes Yacht 58 is the first yacht in the series and was designed with the motive ‘form-equals-function’. The WHY 58 offers comfort, privacy, stability, space, and sustainability in a sleek design.
The WHY 58 requires less power at cruising speed than a boat of equal size. Its diesel-electric propulsion is the most efficient motorisation today, and the solar panels, covers most of the boats auxiliary system needs. WHY intends to offer a new way of moving over water by creating an innovative way of managing and recycling its sources and uses of energy. Check out the rest of the pictures below.
Porsche Design and yacht builder Royal Falcon Fleet unveiled their latest project, a 135 ft. catamaran. The yacht has enough space to accommodate 10 passengers and 10 crew members and the interior sports a very modern, sporty and sleek appeal. The RFF135 will be equipped with twin V16 turbo diesel engines each producing a 4,600 hp. With a top speed of 35 knots it has a range of 2,000 nm. The RF135 is planned to launch by the end of next year and is expected to run for $58 million.
The Schopfer Oculus is a 250-foot luxury yacht inspired by oceanic fish. The yacht is spacious enough for 12 people comfortably. The interior features 12-foot ceilings which is simply mesmerizing,a cylindrical double height dining room, central stair and elevator tube, and elegant ceiling and floor lighting extensions giving definition to the seating areas.