If built today, this superyacht would be the world's largest
In September, Milan-based HBD Studios debuted its L'Amage superyacht concept at the Monaco Yacht Show.
If built today, the 190-metre superyacht would be one of the largest yachts in the world, though still more than 30 metres shorter than the largest, Triple Deuce — a 222-metre stunner scheduled to be completed in 2018.
Capable of housing 30 guests in 14 staterooms and a private owner's apartment, the futuristic-looking yacht is a beauty to behold.
The elongated upper deck features an infinity swimming pool and a hot tub on separate levels, while a lower deck showcases a balcony with a fireplace so guests can stay warm in cold weather.
A helipad sits on the bow, sporting wings that bear flat-panel satellites and navigation lights. With an innovative build and a slew of high-end amenities, the yacht is the ultimate pleasure craft. L'Amage can reach a top speed of 32 knots. (hbd-studios.com)