This luxurious $110 million superyacht concept was designed to combat climate change
- Ship designer George Lucian has designed a superyacht to raise awareness of climate change and the melting ice caps.
- The boat is still packed with luxury and includes an outdoor swimming pool, observatory, and a helicopter pad.
- It could cost up to $110 million if it's ever made.
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Meet MY Fata Morgana, a luxurious superyacht that was designed to bring attention to climate change.
Fata Morgana, Italian for "a mirage," was designed to be sailed in arctic areas, such as the Northwest Passage. The melting ice caps, caused by climate change, have made the passage easier to navigate and sail through.The geometric yacht was designed by George Lucian, who also created designs for a concept origami-esque yacht and a yacht that can carry a blimp.
"Everything about the yacht is thought of is such a way to be as environmentally friendly as possible, with as low as possible emissions and waste," Lucian said in a prepared statement.
The superyacht was designed with three elements in mind: icebergs, rocks, and snow. Keep scrolling to see if you can spot these sources of inspiration: