It’s easy to marvel at George Lucian’s futuristic yacht concepts . The Monaco-based artist's newest vision of an iconic yacht with future inspiration has the name Roswell. It's a 65m superyacht, with support from two diesel-electric engines and large electric panels, resulting in full electric running capabilities. The Roswell name is an apt one, considering the concept resembles something otherworldly and extremely eye-catching.
The Features of Roswell

Military stealth vessels, aircraft, and spacecraft are among the inspirations for the superyacht shape . The look combines with the full electric capabilities for a striking impression and discrete radar footprint, especially considering the concept's sharp angles and reflective hull surface and patterns.

If Roswell is sitting in any dock or bay, it will be impossible to ignore. A large outdoor area is on the bow side of the main deck, which includes a beam-length swimming pool near a dining area and lounge. The main living area connects to the salon and stern deck, which features large glass walls and doors. The overall aesthetic is comparable to modern loft space. The equally impressive bridge deck, with an upper deck location, also features a helicopter platform and sky lounge.

12 guests and 12 crew members can all be on board with yacht without issue. They can enjoy the swimming pool on the main deck and hang out on the upper deck’s sky lounge. The yacht also features multiple solar panels, which is becoming quite popular .

What About The Price

Roswell is top-of-the-line and one-of-a-kind and is one of those “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” types of boats. There’s no price listed, but anything with a drone helicopter pad is going to be pretty steep. This is a boat that you’re going to need another boat to get to. A rigid inflatable boat, or RIB, is usually the typical choice for this task, as they are designed to get you and your passengers from land to yacht with ease . Of course, if you can afford the Roswell, you can also afford a RIB or two as well.

Yachts come in a variety of shapes and sizes and provide a great way to have fun with friends and family, on a scenic water setting. Fun can be had no matter the type of yacht, though there’s no doubting that a superyacht like Roswell is extremely impressive.

Check out the rest of George Lucian's projects , especially the Dare to Dream that made headlines last year.