The world of superyachts just got more interesting with the Italian designer Mask Architects’ ONYX H2-BO 85 vessel. This 85-meter yacht is a rare combination of luxury, lifestyle and eco-consciousness – thereby making it a testament to what’s possible when innovation and environmental responsibility converge.
It’s the world’s first superyacht to be powered by its own hydrogen production through onboard electrolysis and heralds a new era of sustainability in the world of yachting. This innovative process splits water into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity, creating a sustainable source of energy for the luxurious vessel. But it doesn’t stop there; the vessel raises the bar yacht design and proposes the future.
Designer: Mask Architects
To further enhance its commitment to sustainable power generation, the ONYX H2-BO 85 is equipped with hydroelectric turbines, capturing the kinetic energy of the water it treads through. This ingenious pairing not only provides energy efficiently during short cruising distances but also minimizes the humungous vessel’s environmental impact. That’s one of the most remarkable features of the ONYX H2-BO 85, as it glides through the pristine waters, leaving behind nothing but ripples and wakes.
As per Mask Architects, “The ONYX H2-BO 85 represents a significant leap forward in environmental sustainability, energy efficiency, onboard comfort, and financial savings. In a world where environmental consciousness takes center stage, this cutting-edge technology positions the yacht as the premier choice in the marine industry.”
On the Inside, it offers opulent cabins and lavish lounging areas meticulously crafted from high-quality materials with utmost attention to detail. The creative designer has spared no effort in creating an atmosphere that marries sumptuous materials, state-of-the-art technology, and sustainable design. Guests are enveloped in an ambiance that’s both exquisite and airy. There’s a seamless transition from the interiors to the exteriors, making the guests feel right at home.
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