Joseph Forakis

Meet Pegasus, an 88m yacht with infinite range.

Italian design studio Jozeph Forakis has unveiled a bold concept of an "invisible" yacht fully 3D-printed. Pegasus is an 88-meter vessel with zero emissions and an almost invisible profile, reflecting respect for the environment.

The project's authors stated that the yacht would be in harmony with nature, imitating the connection between the sea and the blue sky and "clouds floating above the waterline." The exterior uses mirrored glass to create a multi-level superstructure of three "wings." Thanks to the reflective materials, the yacht merges with the surrounding landscape.

The mirrored surfaces of the yacht also incorporate solar panels that power the electrolyzers by saturating them with hydrogen from seawater. According to the concept, the vessel will have an "almost unlimited" range.

The Pegasus hull features a metal low-line hull and a plumb nose. The interior features a multi-level "tree of life," providing guests fresh food and clean air. An elegant sculptural spiral staircase connects the ship's four levels. The lower deck features a swimming pool and garden.

The rooms are spacious and minimalist, with triangular windows allowing plenty of natural light to enter. The yacht's perimeter features numerous entertainment spaces, including a full-size bar, sky deck, and open-air dining areas.

The owner's suite is located on the upper deck, occupying the entire 15-meter beam of the yacht. The ship also includes six guest cabins on the main deck, including two suites and four double cabins. Aft is the beach club with Jacuzzi and folding balconies.

Jozeph Forakis notes that Pegasus is a "bold but achievable" near-future superyacht project in which man and machine "live in harmony with nature" rather than competing. Using solar and hydrogen power, the yacht will reach a cruising speed of 12 knots and a maximum speed of 18 knots.

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