328ft Global Explorer superyacht concept

New 100-metre (328ft) global explorer superyacht can travel to the most remote places on earth, carring a small blimp or sea plane.

The new 100 meter hybrid yacht concept, designed for a private client by Impossible Productions in New York City in partnership with Tim Dempers Studio in Cape Town.



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The project is the result of more than 12 months of focused investigation and proposes a completely new direction in yacht design. Conceived for the truly adventurous owner, this project seeks to combine the luxury of a super yacht with the practical benefits of a commercial vessel.

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The 2 discrete accommodation blocks allow for 360 degree views and unparalleled awareness of your surroundings, incorporating private sunken sundecks offering shade and weather protection.



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The result is a true global explorer that exploits a multi functional cargo deck to reconfigure the ship’s programmatic capabilities using a series of shipping containers. This cargo deck forms a protected courtyard space that sits between two striking accommodation blocks providing a great entertainment area, tender storage or container storage for a range of different missions. This cargo space has been designed to carry a sea plane, cars, motorcycles, a sail yacht, ski mobiles, hot air balloons, hover crafts or any other vehicles depending on the area of operation and the requirements of the owner.

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source Impossible Productions