Inspired by a shark, this 394 feet long explorer superyacht concept will let you explore the most remote parts of the oceans without leaving a carbon footprint.

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The best way to make a superyacht look sleek with killer looks is to base it on a shark. London-based design studio State of Craft has unveiled a 393-feet concept vessel inspired by Mako sharks and named it so. The adventurous explorer, much like its namesake, will be equipped to take on long ranges, tirelessly flaunting ice cruising capabilities on the way. Its exteriors don an unusual silver hue that would listen like the smooth skin of the fish. Her fluid exterior lines keep the slender physicality of the aquatic animal in mind. On being so heavily inspired by a natural component, the vessel supports sustainability as a priority.

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The propulsion system combines hydrogen, fuel cells, and electric engines to be able to operate with a zero-carbon footprint. An efficient battery storage system and solar panels contribute to keeping the environment safe. The interiors are striking, with a distinguished beach club platform providing open space for sports and activities. It helps to have the aft garage door nearby for tender storage and maneuvers. The aft deck flaunts an incredibly comfy-looking lounge space dubbed the sunken island offering 270-degree views. Another significant area is found above the top deck called the pavilion.

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Treat it as an observatory, scenic lounge, fitness studio, or a serene meditation spot. Boat International shared Mako motoryacht also features a ‘studio,’ which offers the most breathtaking vistas owing to double-height ceiling and large windows.

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