3deluxe is a multidisciplinary design company and it has unveiled a new low carbon-emission superyacht concept called FY.01.
The company announced this on Friday, and it has amazing eco-credentials, aesthetics, and usage of cutting-edge technology.
“The latest superyacht concept by 3deluxe is a Flettner Rotor powered catamaran superyacht which showcases the benefits of this forgotten innovation. The outcome is a superyacht with incomparable open deck experiences and an iconic profile which is a strong and powerful statement showcasing the incorporation of sustainable technology into a superyacht design,” said a release acquired by Interesting Engineering.
This superyacht design applies a 100-year-old technology to sail sustainably.
FY.01 is also silently powered by electricity generated by white solar panels on the roof surfaces of the yacht. Still, the main energy comes from Flettner rotors. The force created by these systems is more than that of a sail of equivalent size, in certain wind conditions.
This technology massively reduces energy consumption and cuts down CO2 emissions by up to 40 percent. It also has a backup for its electricity-generating system in the form of high-efficiency batteries.
There is a free-floating infinity pool located between the hulls and a huge bow tip that boasts a fire-pit lounge and a shallow salt-water pool.
Vertical greenhouse modules are also integrated into the uppermost deck. The yacht’s midship sections comprise the living room, the owner’s space, an indoor dining area, a small indoor park, and a wheelhouse.
“The significant profile of FY.01 can become clearly visible statement not only for the focus on sustainability and innovation by the future owner but also for an industry on the forefront changing the mindset towards a sustainable hedonistic future,” said Björn Asmussen, Ocean Director of 3deluxe.
Last year, the company also introduced another eco-friendly yacht concept called VY-01 that focused on a nature-first engineering strategy, aiming to maximize open, light-intensive spaces.