The concept of the 100-m expedition yacht from Impossible Productions

The new York Studio Impossible Productions (the name means literally “trade impossible”) has introduced the concept of a 100-metre yacht, which can be described as a collection of essays on the topic “What else would I like to see aboard his mega-yacht?”.

Designers worked on the project for 12 months, they were assisted by partners from the Studio of Tim Dempers Studio Capone. Efforts Intercontinental team appeared expedition ship with ice-class hybrid – diesel-electric – propulsion system that carries on Board a helicopter, cars, motorcycles, a few boats, jet skis and attention! – a sailing yacht.

Why, in the hold there are giant specially equipped hangar for carriage of standard freight containers – you never know, the owner wants to carry on the sea exclusive furniture or some other items that will be needed at the destination.

Tenders and helicopters are removed in hangars, part of the water equipment is stored in a half-sunk dock. How many places remain after the passengers? A lot. Very much. Under the cabins allotted to the nasal part of the lower and main decks, room to relax, work and play – most of the main and the entire upper deck.

There are two other glass add-ons, reminiscent of a mission control center. As expected, they have panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes. In the forward superstructure is the bridge and the “headquarters for expeditions,” aft for owner and guests.

The information about the project Impossible Productions exhausted. On the hull and detail the motor part designers do not have to tell. Said only that the concept is ready for discussion with shipbuilders, however, is not complete because, most likely, will require adaptation for a specific customer.

    Egor Lanin
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    Journalist, news editor. The team ruYachts.com 2014. Major topics: motor yachts, concepts, gadgets and technology.

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  • © Photo-materials: Impossible Productions / Tim Dempers Studio

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