State of Craft Mako superyacht revealed
Concept designs of the State of Craft Mako superyacht have been released by the London-based design studio. The zero-emissions eco-explorer draws inspiration from the mako shark and is measured at 394 feet from front to tail. Additionally, it’s distinguished by flowing forms, a silver superstructure, and a silver hull.
Having built countless homes for private clients, the State of Craft Mako superyacht is the London studio’s first nautical design. The design provides a framework for customization, enabling it to be modified to meet the demands of a private explorer boat or a commercial vessel.
With exceptional range, the State of Craft Mako superyacht is intended to be a long-distance expedition ship that pushes the boundaries of sustainable design. It’s to be propelled by a system that combines electric motors, fuel cells, and hydrogen to run with zero carbon emissions.The yacht’s environmental design also includes solar panels and an onboard battery storage system.
The large beach club platform of the Mako is incredibly spacious, allowing for sports and activities. Adjacent to it is an aft garage door that also rises when it opens for tender storage. The aft deck also has a sizable sitting space that is designed as a soft “island” and allows 270-degree views.
The upper deck pavilion may be utilized as a yoga room, fitness center, or even a lounge or an observatory. Did we mention this yacht also has a pool and a helipad? There’s also a studio located deeper within that has a double-height ceiling and big windows that offer unobstructed views. It’s a perfect spot to just kick back and relax.
We have to say, not too shabby for the first design by State of Craft. Check out more photos of the Mako superyacht below.