A SUPERYACHT that can go months without ever needing to come back to land is perfect for self-isolation – if you can afford £80million.
The super-rich can now get away from it all and explore the world with the self-sufficient concept vessel named Green Expedition.
Green Expedition is designed to be at sea for months at a time without needing to stopCredit: Solent News
The eco-friendly yacht will be covered in over 200 square metres of solar panels, has its own wind turbines, and is propelled by a “skysail”.
The skysail is a kite-like rig capable of helping to move the vessel.
And just in case there’s no sun, the yacht’s hybrid engine will also be assisted by retractable wind and wave turbines as well as the skysail.
If the crew have food and water, the 213ft vessel could stay at sea and get away from it all for months.
Superyacht designer Dennis Ingemansson said: “This vessel is perfectly designed to isolate the superyacht owner and their family.”
He added: “The ventilation system is as optimised as an aeroplane with high-end disinfecting and cleaning systems.
“Being on board this yacht is the safest place on earth these days.”
The craft was designed by Mr Ingemansson and the German based Ned Ship Group, who specialise in high-tech yachts.
Green Expedition comes with its own helicopter, a heated pool and two mini-submarinesCredit: Solent News
To keep you entertained while quarantined at sea, buyers will be able enjoy diving up to 300 metres in the ocean with the 213ft vessel’s own mini-submarine.
Or if you would rather stay above the water, you can fly in the yacht’s own helicopter which takes off from deck.
Mr Ingemansson, from Copenhagen, Denmark, boasted the yacht could also act as a rescue vessel thanks to its ability to be self sufficient.
The sleek 1,400 gross tonne monster boasts a superstructure steel hull with Ice Class 1A classification, meaning it is fit to sail through the harshest Arctic conditions.
The yacht has separate helicopter and submarine hangars and if it’s too cold to swim outside, the owner can take a dip in the on board heated swimming pool.
And it comes in a variety of colours, including green, silver and black.
Simply moor up and pop out the jet skis when you sail the seas in Green ExpeditionCredit: Solent News
Mr Ingemansson said he was inspired to create an eco-friendly vessel which can travel anywhere in the world but also have the least amount of effect on its environment.
He added: “There has never been any boat built with truly green features like this one.
“While the yacht is lying still for several days out on an expedition in exotic destinations, the yacht doesn’t need any diesel, thanks to these green solutions.
“Meaning this will not harm the local eco-system.
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“It is also a true expedition superyacht, designed for the toughest weathers and climates anywhere in the world.
“The panoramic 360-degree sea view on the captain’s deck is also designed as a penthouse, which will be a truly amazing place for the yacht’s owner.”
Meanwhile, a £65million superyacht belonging to a Saudi prince capsized and partially sunk while it was docked in Greece.
Green Expedition has a hull capable of sailing even in icy waters if you want to explore the ArcticCredit: Solent NewsSinot release stunning concept video for $645million ‘green’ superyacht – complete with a yoga studio and massage parlour