This new design from Lazzarini Design Studio is not so outlandish like last year’s swan shaped mega yacht, but is impressive with features like dry carbon-fibre structure, a private port for small tenders, and glass-bottomed decks. The openings on both sides lift up to reveal the private port for water toys and tenders. The top deck features a hexagonal-shaped pool. Lazzarini Saturnia can even incorporate seawater.
Lazzarini Saturnia’s main body subdivides the spaces in five floors + the top Antenna area. Saturnia can be configured for different layouts and solutions to obtain from 10 to 20 suites for passengers and 20 crew members.
Made 100% of dry carbon fiber body, Saturnia superyacht it’s estimated to be 50% lighter than other yachts of similar sizes, with an incredible estimated top speeds never reached from this size of yacht up to 30 knots.
Shaped mostly of geometric straight lines, the design of Saturnia allows a very simple and efficient construction procedures never being used before in the yachting industry. The focal point of the project is the walkable all around deck area that allows access the tenders to the inner harbor from both sides and represents the iconic area of the yacht.
The yacht can incorporate seawater, that can be kept inside or drained out once the gates are closed. This middle entrance of the yacht allows tenders with up to 1.5 meters of draft to moor inside the private port/garage or to be easily loaded when the yacht is navigating.
The internal area in the middle is directly connected to outside through the large sliding windows allowing to experience these spaces, maximizing the connection with the sea.
Imagined being with an hybrid propulsion, the Saturnia yacht is moved from twin side diesel engines and a central electronic water jet system, that can push the yacht with zero emissions.
Saturnia concept is joined by two recent futuristic designs from Lazzarini: Jet Capsule, Hyperjet, Sea Flower yacht, and Stratosfera, an ultra-light carbon fiber sphere that can move on water and in the sky.