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Yacht Evolution

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Super-luxury yachts have taken a few surprising steps on the evolutionary ladder. Today, we’re looking at the Pagurus “Crabmaran” by Lazzarini Design. It’s a solar-powered, 82-foot catamaran as agile on land as it is on water. The vessel includes screw-like rotating cylinders that transform it from a boat to a land vehicle, capable of navigating sandy or muddy terrain at speeds up to 22 mph. When on the water, the boat’s twin diesel engines are paired with dual-stern-drive propellers to reach up to 24 knots. And do you want to explore shallower waters without disturbing the wildlife? The underwater helical screws turn under silent electric power to push the yacht at a stealthy five knots.

The boat’s interior can be fitted with a kitchen, bathrooms, and enough bedrooms to accommodate 8 guests and 4 crew members. The Pagurus’s main connecting deck will be big enough to carry a Tesla SUV and snowmobiles for “extreme off-grid exploration.”

You can learn more about the $30 million Pagurus on the Lazzarini Design Studio website and on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

14 thoughts on “Yacht Evolution

  1. These are 10 a penny where I live!

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  2. Beautiful boat. It is never going to happen but going down the Missippissipi River and sail in all the European waters is on my ‘bucket list. So is winning the lotto. I just enjoyed learning about “Cote d’Azur” today also. That is why I love this blog. — Hal

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  3. Let me get my check book out~

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  4. That boat is bigger than my first apartment.

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  5. I’m not into boats but the design of this one does look intriguing. Has a prototype actually been built coz this looked like a CG model?

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