Lürssen’s latest superyacht was inspired by the Alice in Wonderland fantasy novel from 1965, or at least aesthetically. It measures 322-feet and spans 5-decks of pure luxury, all the while remaining climate neutral.
There’s an open-air deck where guests can enjoy a dance floor, complete with a manicured nature park on the bow as well as several al fresco areas in between where you can dine or lounge around. Other amenities include a paddle tennis court as well as a semi-enclosed bar. What really sets this superyacht apart from the others is that it will not use diesel engines for propulsion, but rather emission-free fuel cell technology.
- 25000mAh High Capacity: The solar power bank charges up 8-10 times for your phone and 3-4 times for your tablet, and it can be used for 9 days on average per charge.
- 4 Large Solar Panels: This solar charger comes with 4 high-performance solar panels that can reach 6W in direct sunlight to keep your phone up and running even in places without electricity.
- Dual Fast Charging USB Outputs: The solar phone charger can charge 2 devices simultaneously at 2.1A high speed. Auto-detect your devices' current to pair the optimal output, protecting your devices from over-current, overcharge, overheat and short circuit.
- Built for Outdoors: Rugged construction is dust, shock and splash resistant, you can hang it on a backpack or put it in a bag when camping, hiking. Built in LED flashlight with three modes, perfect for power outages and other emergencies.
- Two Recharging Ways: The solar power charger can be charged not only by sunlight, but also by the USB cable we provided, which is very convenient for daily use.
With lots of yachts what you see is the and superstructure connected to each other. I separated the two so you have the hull, the superstructure and an interesting exterior deck in between. Right now she remains a model but one that paves the way. The concept is a ‘dream world’ and a ‘conversation starter’ for owners who might be inspired by a certain element of ALICE,” said Jim Sluijter, lead exterior designer.