Superyachts very rarely feature a run-of-the-mill design, however Italy’s HBD Studios L’Amage concept, unveiled at the ongoing Monaco Yacht Show, boasts an interior and exterior that would make even most futuristic of vessels look dated and dull.
The L’Amage concept would be one of the world’s largest superyachts if it were built today, measuring 623-feet long and 90-feet wide. It would be a capable of housing 30 guests spread across 14 staterooms and a private owner’s apartment and also feature a an infinity swimming pool and hot tub, a helipad, fireplaces and balcony viewing areas.
HBD envisions its L’Amage reaching a top speed of 32 knots, but we doubt speed will be of much concern with the luxurious amenities inside. Here’s to hoping these ambitious drawings become reality.