This 214 feet long battery-powered superyacht comes with glass walls, an open-air 3D cinema, a spa, and not one but a total of 5 swimming pools.


For those with a bank balance to splurge, this could be a great contender for your next buy! We’re talking about the 65m ‘See’ superyacht concept by NYC-based studio Gill Schmid Design and Southampton-based Lateral Naval Architects that is set to take the waters by storm!


It comes with not one but five pools, two of which are infinity pools – and one of them has a see-through floor. Yes, that’s right! The mega vessel also boasts of a glass roof, a 3D outdoor cinema screen that also doubles as ‘an expansive oceanfront terrace.’

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For foodies, the See comes with a concept kitchen that will enable chefs to make use of hydroponic tanks, a fermentation chamber, a mushroom lab, and an outdoor barbecue. The space will also house communal tables and an informal lounge.

The onboard spa.

Other amenities include a full-blown spa and wellness area with a sauna, steam room, infinity pools, loungers, and a gym that compliments accommodation for up to 14 guests in total, with a walkaround owner’s suite located on the upper deck. The yacht also includes stays for up to 17 crew members.

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Commenting on it, the New York-based design studio said, “SEE is more casual than your conventional yacht, with open-plan living, flexibility in use, and convertible spaces,” while further adding, “The design is based on a sense of like-minded community of family or friends who want to enjoy the journey and experience nature and the environment in a laid-back atmosphere.”

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The ‘See’ can reach a top speed of 16 knots and an estimated range of 3,750 nautical miles. It will further come fitted with batteries that can power it for six to eight hours at anchor and allow for up to three hours of silent cruising, along with diesel engines specifically for battery recharging. The concept is expected to turn to reality by 2024.

The outdoor area

[Via: CNN]

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