The other day, a new interesting concept was presented. This time it's a trimaran! We would even say that it is a super trimaran. Interparus will try to figure out what kind of animal this is - Domus.
No emissions and green technologies
Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest Design have jointly unveiled Domus, a 40m sailing trimaran. According to the creators, speed, environmental friendliness of cruises and free space on board were put at the forefront. One of the main ideas of the project is that a 40-meter trimaran can be as good as a 60-meter monohull superyacht. Moreover, such a trimaran will be even more practical!
To generate energy, the trimiran uses solar panels, hydrogeneration technologies and hydrogen fuel cells. De facto, the boat has an unlimited power reserve in all weather conditions.
During daylight hours, the trimaran will charge the batteries, and at night it will switch to the battery system. Thanks to these technologies, Domus is not only environmentally friendly, but also silent - you can forget about the hum of engines!
Living space and comfort
The interior space of the yacht occupies 783 square meters, which are distributed between two decks. There are six cabins on the yacht. Of these, four VIP cabins and two master cabins. Master cabins, among other things, are equipped with living rooms. Among the interesting features of the yacht are a cinema room, a gym and a salon with a bar. There is also a swimming pool and spa on board.
Working together on the project, Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest Design did extensive research on practicality and safety features. “We firmly believe that if you want to take advantage of multihulls over 40 meters, then the only practical solution is a trimaran,” the designers added.
“Just because superyachts are the way they are doesn't mean they have to stay that way. We constantly looked at every aspect of the design and asked, "Is there a better way?" We truly believe this project will rediscover what a multihull sailing superyacht can be.”
Along with the 40m concept, the design duo are working on a larger version of the concept for one of the shipyards.
Don't forget to rate the content! We also recommend that you read other interesting articles. All links below!