ESTRELLA SUPERYACHT

Inspired by classic cantilevered architecture, Estrella superyacht is a unique vessel that has an innovative tri-hull design that looks like a Y-Wing fighter for the water. According to the young South Korean designer Yeojin Jung’s, Estrella superyacht will present the next generation of superyachts for ultra-high-net-worth individuals. This concept guarantees different views of the Mediterranean Sea, helps passengers to perceive the surroundings, and creates an intimate and visual experience of the sea as they sail across the water. To address balance issues caused by the three-part design, the main central hull will be equipped with fin stabilizers to prevent any tilting. It will also have a cruising speed of 15 knots, which isn’t very fast but should be just right for cruising. Whether the Jung’s tri-hull yacht will be brought to life or not, its concept should definitely spark an interest among builders in years to come.

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