Longer than two football fields this mammoth 574-foot Hydrogen-powered megayacht concept comes with a 66-foot indoor pool, squash court, helicopter hangar, supercar garage, and more.


The Acionna megayacht is what dreams are made of…a billionaire’s dream. The question, do billionaires yearn for anything just got answered in the form of a 175-meter (574-foot) vessel by Andy Waugh Yacht Design. The almost 575 feet yacht is massive. To better understand its largeness, comparing it to nearly two football fields in length would be fair. A space that huge sure will have more than just some magnanimously-sized suites, pools, and lounges.


The designers realize a space this enormous demands the presence of some larger-than-life amenities, which is why the Acionna could accommodate a full-size squash court, a helicopter hangar, or a 60-feet indoor pool. The possibilities are truly endless when the conceptual ship includes eight decks; at the center of it all is a grand, double-height main saloon with glass windows overlooking the main aft deck pool with cascading waterfalls. Social space has been created known as ‘the island’ where guests will find a lounge and dining areas and two bars to unwind.

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The vast pool highlights this area. The pool area is accessed via a tunnel aft and a bridge to make things exciting and playful. In addition to the indoor pool, there will be spa services, a tender garage, and also a supercar garage, because why not? Ultimately, it all depends on what the super-rich owner of the megayacht desires. Waugh shared with boat international, “Acionna is the ultimate world cruising megayacht and challenges many of the preconceptions about larger yachts. Her avant-garde styling is a feast-for-the-eyes from every angle, exaggerated by her elegant proportions and sheer scale.” As intimidating as Acionna may seem, it is designed for long-distance cruising with zero impact on the environment.

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Ensuring this is a hydrogen propulsion system that replaces battery-powered electric systems. Waugh adds, “The concept is for those who see themselves as trendsetters and game changers, those who appreciate the zenith of luxury but also want to have a positive impact.

[Via: Boat International]

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