It marks Guigar’s first solo superyacht concept, following previous collaborations with Phillipe Starck. These have included Motor Yacht A, Sailing Yacht A, and Venus. Project L’s simplistic design is breathtaking, whilst also practical, with space to accommodate an indoor and outdoor cinema, live performances and a helipad, among other features you would expect on a vessel of 120m.
Her beach club will be a large panel that extends out to create a seawater swimming pool. She will also have a freshwater pool on her upper deck, found in an oasis of quiet and privacy. Navigation, communication and technical parts that often clutter a yacht’s exterior will be out of sight. They will live within the outer ‘cloak’ of Project L, ready for deployment when necessary.
Project L has a focus on sustainability. The inclusion of a diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system with azimuthing thrusters fore and aft help achieve this. The superyacht also has a high capacity waste management system to support her autonomy. In addition, she will glide through the water silently. This is due to her low drag and seamless lines, which ensure low noise and vibration.
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