Photo credit: Designova Creative
Designed by J. David Weiss, the Crescere (Latin for to grow) superyacht is unlike any other that you’ve probably seen. Why? It has a retractable 52-ft by 10-ft lap pool, complete with glass side panels that rise up out of the foredeck and high-speed pumps that fill it with salt water. When not in use, it can be hidden back inside the foredeck ub secibds, making room for the helipad.
To give it a more relaxed feeling, there are expansive areas of glass in the hull that bathe the interior with diffused natural light. Powering the superyacht is a hybrid diesel-electric system with biofuel generators and solar panels that recharge its large battery banks, enabling it to hit 40 mph on the water.
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The idea is to create spaces down below that are quieter and calming, where guests can relax and recharge. Not only is it a good way of reducing weight on the bow when under way, but it’s fun to watch guests through the glass sides, splashing around. We’re working on a military-style landing craft that can be deployed from the side of the hull, and be able to run-up onto a beach or boat ramp. You can do a lot of fun stuff when you have something that’s 433 feet long,” said J. David Weiss, founder of the disrupter design company Designova Creative to Robb Report.