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The ‘See’ Hybrid Superyacht Concept is a Floating Five Star Hotel

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Image: Gill Schmid Design

The ‘See’ Hybrid superyacht concept is the newest line of superyachts from Gill Schmid’s Designs. The hybrid vessel measures 213 feet in length and features five pools and an open-air theatre. The exterior of the vessel is consistent with conventional yacht design but features large panels of reflective glass that give the vessel a glimmering appearance at sea under the sunlight.

The interior of the vessel is perfect for entertaining and features an open-plan layout with convertible spaces that offers guests maximum flexibility to use the interior space for any occasion. In addition, six guest cabins are conveniently located near a pool or Jacuzzi. The owner’s cabin on the upper deck spans the entire width of the vessel and features an extensive kitchen with communal tables and lounge area. Sushi bars, outdoor BBQ areas, hydroponic tanks, fermentation chamber and mushroom tanks are all some of the amenities onboard this luxury yacht.

On the main deck, an eye-catching infinity pool steals the spotlight and is the largest of the five pools onboard the vessel. It’s flanked by sun pads, a jacuzzi, shaded pool lounge and an outdoor bar. The foredeck features another lounge area that sports a retractable glass wall that converts it from an open-air-theatre to an oceanfront terrace by the push of a button. Complimenting this area is an epic spa, wellness area complete with sauna, steam room, gym and another infinity pool.

The ‘See’ superyacht is indeed a sight to behold with amenities that rival the best five- star hotels. This floating five-star hotel as it should be aptly named is powered by an E-Hybrid propulsion system by Lateral Naval Architects that powers the vessel at 16 knots with a maximum range of 3,750 nautical miles. Onboard batteries are recharged while the system is operational and can power the vessel when at anchor or in port for up to eight hours.

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