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 6-8 times for a cell phone and 2.5 times for a tablet, great for a week-long trip.
- 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.
- Fast Charging: With the upgraded 15W output, the portable solar charger can fast charge an iPhone to 50% in 30 minutes. One USB C port and dual USB A ports achieve the simultaneous charging for three devices.
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.