The world's first hydrogen-powered superyacht was unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show. Here's a look inside the game-changing 367-foot vessel concept.
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- Sinot, a Dutch yacht design company, just unveiled a detailed model of what will become the world's first hydrogen-powered superyacht at the Monaco Yacht Show.
- The 367-foot vessel will be completely powered by liquid hydrogen and fuel cell technology, and it will only emit water.
- Aside from the technological innovation, the yacht will have all the lavish trappings of the typical luxury superyacht.
- Take a look at renderings of the futuristic, eco-conscious superyacht.
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The detailed miniature model, presented by Netherlands-based Sinot Yacht & Architecture Design, is just over 6.5 feet and showcases the innovative direction the superyacht industry is taking.
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Upon completion, the watercraft, named Aqua, will be the first superyacht to run on liquid hydrogen and fuel cell technology. The yacht's only emission will be water and the system is dependent on two 28-ton vacuum-sealed tanks of liquid hydrogen stored at -423°F.
Beyond cutting-edge technology, the vessel will feature state-of-the-art design and amenities.
Keep reading for a look at renderings of Aqua and an inside glimpse at the future of eco-conscious superyachting.