Let the sea set you free.
This 108M mega yacht concept from Oslo-based Hareide Design is focused on experiencing the nature, open spaces and the seas. The idea is to introduce a new sustainable platform centered around aquaholics and those in need for vitamin sea.
This new mega yacht keeps a core of a floating high-end sustainable mansion but its whole construction is meant for a sea-life full of activities and pure admiration of the endless ocean and timeless tides. The ship is based on a classic 108 m mono hull design with the unique combination of elegance and modernity of Scandinavian design. The mega yacht offers a private “beach” found at the stern of the vessel.
“With this hybrid mega yacht concept we want to shift the focus from extrovert admiration, to creating a platform for actively experiencing the beauty of nature and the changing elements,” explained Hareide Design’s team. Hareide Design is an award winning industrial design community established by Einar Hareide in 1999, former design director of Saab Automobile.
The fantastic features of this yacht include a heliport, an infinity pool that flanks a garden, a pool at the bow and a grand hall. The 300 square meters (~3,230 square feet) of solar panels are capable of providing the sustainable energy needed for quiet cruising.
An elevated dining and viewing area, a tranquil garden surrounding a 20 m pool and a seamless transition to the water at the stern are contributing a complete new and exciting experience on board.
The multifunctional space of the grand hall gives an unprecedented view and contact with the surrounding nature.
The design studio also unveiled their vision for first class air travel.
Hareide Design`s work has been internationally recognized by museums such as The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) and Kunstindustrimuseet in Oslo, and has participated in several international exhibitions, and been featured in several magazines nationally and abroad. Hareide Design has received more than 20 awards from the Norwegian Design Council, the German Red Dot Award, Red Dot Best of The Best Award and the German iF-Design Gold Award.