Check out the luxurious M51 Concepts Project Amplitude
The new M51 Concepts Project Amplitude has been unveiled by designer Anthony Glasson. The new 311-foot concept showcases its inflatable sail wings, 2,900 square feet of solar panels, and a much lower carbon footprint compared to its competitors.
By harnessing wind energy, the sail wings lower fuel usage. The system does away with the need for any complicated deck equipment and may be inflated or deflated as needed. Although Glasson claims that the wings might eventually power a vessel of this size on their own, they would initially be utilized in conjunction with a hybrid solar-electric propulsion.
The interior of the M51 Concepts Project Amplitude skillfully strikes a mix between more conventional elements like marble and wood blended with a futuristic look. The primary living room, located in the middle of the bridge deck, is made to feel light and spacious by skylights and vaulted ceilings. To create an immersive cinematic experience, screens almost completely cover the forward wall.
The owner’s suite, which takes up the whole beam of the yacht, has an amazing in-room bathtub and a wall of glass, which combine to create an incredibly beautiful atmosphere. There are two VIP cabins, four twin cabins, and separate crew quarters to accommodate a maximum of ten people.
The big swimming pool, roomy 12-seat dining table, and lounge space are all located outside on the aft deck. There is a hot tub, sun loungers, and more outdoor seating on the bridge deck. Around the inflatable tower base are the incorporated dining space, lounge, and bar as additional outdoor amenities. The Amplitude also features a swim platform and a tender garage that is fully provisioned.
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