The maximum speed of the vessel will be 24 knots, cruising speed - 16 knots.
Norwegian designer Kurt Strand presented a 171-meter concept called Lonestar. The hull of the superyacht will be made of steel, while the superstructure will be made of aluminum. The vessel features elegant curves and an attractive hull in powder blue.
Lonestar's Western-inspired design incorporates traditional Texan elements, including leather, wood, and local artworks.
With a beam of 23 meters, the yacht can accommodate up to 32 guests in 16 spacious cabins, as well as up to 50 crew members. The owner's cabin has a panoramic view and connects to a 500 square meter apartment. Additional options include a gym, spa, wine cellar, mechanical rodeo and bar space with live music. Lonestar also has its own foredeck helipad and spacious storage hangar.
The new superyacht will be powered by hybrid gas turbines with a total capacity of 38,000 horsepower. The maximum speed of the vessel will be 24 knots, cruising speed - 16 knots. The yacht will be equipped with six tenders ranging in length from 7 to 12 meters, which are designed in a similar design to Lonestar.