Feadship has revealed details of a new 81.75m superyacht named Pure. This announcement has come at the 2021 Monaco Boat Show. The five-deck vessel, which aims to be a pioneer for clean propulsion and next-generation yacht control is designed by Jan Schaffers and Tanno Weeda.
Feadship Pure Design:
The superyacht features all the expected amenities, such as a jacuzzi, fire pit, spacious aft lounge and swimming pool. Also, the design includes a stunning three-deck atrium. This will foster a sense of openness by creating high ceilings and a space filled with natural light. Perhaps the most intriguing news of the layout is the absence of a traditional bridge, which Feadship has opted to replace with a simulated Command Centre. The information required to drive Pure will come from radar, AIS, maps, depth sounders and cameras strategically placed around the yacht. Smart augmented reality visualisation will then be used to collect and present the data. Due to the lack of a bridge, an expansive master stateroom in prime position can be included on the vessel.
Looking to the Future
Feadship has released plans for Pure 2024, Pure 2027 and Pure 2030. The superyacht has been designed to evolve over these years, incorporating new technology along the way. At launch, the vessel will be a diesel-electric hybrid. However, this is set to change over the course of Pure’s life. Plans for 2030 detail the introduction of high-efficiency, all-methanol fuel cells, which will help make the superyacht more eco-efficient. Although Pure will be kinder to the environment, power will not be sacrificed. The range of this version of Pure is likely to be around 5,000 NM, a normal range for an 80-metre Feadship.
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