In pictures: A look inside $645 million hydrogen-powered superyacht Aqua
The new yacht was launched at the Monaco Yacht Show and is being built by a Dutch company Sinot.
Sinot is working on a yacht entirely powered by hydrogen, meaning that its only emission will be water. All image courtesy: Sinot
It is siming to operate at a top speed of 17 knots, with a range of 3,750 nautical miles.
A 112-meter superyacht with truly innovative features.
The massive superyacht has five decks and can cater to 14 guests and 31 crew members.
The design has been inspired by the ocean and Aqua’s curvaceous exterior lines flow from the stern across a 360-degree viewing capsule.
Aqua has four guest staterooms, two VIP staterooms and one owner pavilion.
To accomodate the 31 crew members the yacht also has 14 double crew cabins, two officer cabins and one captain's cabin.
A circular staircase is one of the yacht’s defining features, winding down from the top deck to the lower deck.
It also has an indoor health and wellness center featuring a gym, a hydro-massage room, and a yoga studio.
The interior and exterior of the boat took over five months to conceptualise and show a space-age style design.
Aqua is still just a concept.