France-based VPLP Design’s SEAFFINITY hybrid trimaran superyacht may be the first to draw inspiration from seagulls. Featuring an aluminum chassis that boasts a 6.8m beam and a 2m draught, complete with two Oceanwings, and with a hybrid engine, powered by electricity produced by a fuel cell as well as hydrogen.
Its monolithic exterior wants passengers to experience a communion with the environment when aboard SEAFFINITY. This 148-foot superyacht can travel across water in silence, while passengers can comfortably rest in the minimalist living quarter. In the aft, you’ll find a large deck, sunbeds, and a swim platform. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability.
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SEAFFINITY has a total fusion between the hulls and the coachroof, with the aim of optimizing the formal integration of all the components of the boat, so that they are no longer separate elements, but a global whole,” said VPLP.