The almost zero-emission yacht is inspired by the fluidity and dynamics of ocean waves.
Oneiric is a new yacht designed by Zaha Hadid Architects studio (ZHA) and combines the engineering expertise of the Italian shipyard Rossinavi with the distinctive aesthetics of the London-based company.
Inspired by ocean waves, the 45-meter model is full of fluid lines and asymmetrical curves that together create a futuristic silhouette. As Rossinavi's new "flagship of green technology", Oneiric is also on the brink of sustainable maritime design.
The yacht is equipped with three levels of solar panels that generate clean energy and is stored in a battery on board. It is also equipped with a control center guided by artificial intelligence that monitors energy levels, battery status and other environmental factors to ensure maximum efficiency.
On a one-day voyage, the yacht can cruise all the time in fully electric mode with zero emissions and zero noise, as the shipyard states. On transatlantic voyages, meanwhile, it can cruise in fully electric mode for up to 70 percent of the time. According to the famous shipyard, in this way the yacht saves about 44 tons of CO2 emissions compared to standard superyachts, while in addition to all that, it can power a family villa on land when anchored.
The same winding lines and reflective surfaces of the yacht's exterior are transferred to the interiors. The picturesque living quarters consist of several living and dining areas, an elegant media room, four guest cabins, four crew cabins and the owner's suite, which offers panoramic views and a composition of skylights that allow light to be filtered from above.
As the tonnage of the vessel affects energy efficiency, the materials used in the construction are lightweight, and many can also be recycled. The decor is elegant and contemporary.
The exterior of the yacht includes a stern swimming platform with direct access to the ocean and a jacuzzi, along with a forward open saloon that can be shaded by retractable structures.
"Oneiric was designed and engineered without compromise, providing an unrivalled experience for the owner and guests, while prioritizing ocean health," the shipyard said in a statement.
Sounds like a dream come true to us.