There is no word, known as "impossible" in many Tycoons' Dictionary, but, the concept of integrating a luxury line into modern yacht building is really a daunting task! The stylish French company Hermès best known for it's £3,000 Birkin handbags and silk scarves, is branching into a new luxury line and has teamed up with the Monaco-based ship-builder Wally to create the ‘WHY 58×38,’ a mega-yacht that will cost around £90 million to build with the enormous dimensions of 58 meters long and 38 meters wide.
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The WHY 58×38 is a concept yacht solely dedicated to bringing a luxury living lifestyle out to the sea by offering incredible durability, space and cutting-edge technologies at every single turn.
The boat, which is built on three decks, also features a 25 meter swimming pool on the bow that hugs the contours of the helipad. Inside ‘adaptable living spaces’ are organized around a salon that includes a library, music room, dining room, and even a cinema that opens on to the sea.
The yacht is able to cruise at 12 knots with a maximum speed of 14 knots. It is also impressive that according to the makers, it can make four Atlantic crossings without any major maintenance.
The creators are not only focused on the luxury aspect of the ship, but also greatly emphasize its sustainability. Any eco-conscious buyer can be reassured that the ship has been designed with three large sky lights and 300 square meters of windows to give a maximum amount of natural light. It will also be fitted with an ultra-low
consumption LED lighting system.
The solar panels covering the roof and sides of the vessel will help save at least 200 tons of diesel fuel a year. The yacht also comes equipped with waste management systems designed to handle both organic and inorganic waste products. Now, that's quite ECO-Friendly as well! :)
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