Lazzarini has introduced a revolutionary concept with the Saturnia Superyacht that reimagines the conventional notion of a seaport being on land.
This state-of-the-art vessel is not only a luxurious yacht but also functions as a dockyard for smaller boats that cater to the needs of the open sea.
The Saturnia Superyacht, which spans 328 feet, is crafted wholly from dry carbon fiber, rendering it almost 50% lighter than other vessels of its size.
The most impressive feature of this yacht is its private port located in the middle that can easily accommodate seafarers and tenders with up to 5 feet of the draft.
The interior spans five floors and includes a rooftop area for antennas and radar. It can comfortably accommodate 10 to 20 guest suites and cabins for 20 crew members.
The luxurious Saturnia Superyacht, designed by Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini, boasts of exceptional features, including multiple pools, alfresco dining spaces, a launchpad for eVTOLs, and a glass-bottom lounge.
The vessel is designed to be environmentally friendly, with hybrid propulsion that includes dual diesel engines and a central electronic water jet system, reducing emissions and giving the yacht a top speed of 30 knots.
The Saturnia Superyacht is available for construction on request for $300 million and is expected to take around 2.5 years to be completed and hit the seas.