Rossinavi collaborates with Zaha Hadid Architects on a new catamaran concept. Dubbed Oneiric, it is the Italian shipyard’s green-technology flagship that features three levels of solar panels to allow for fully electric navigation and an AI-managed control center to provide low environmental impact and manage energy consumption.
Oneiric can cruise up to 100% of the time in full-electric mode with zero emissions on a day trip. On transatlantic crossings, the yacht can cruise in full-electric mode up to 70% of the time, saving approximately 40 tonnes of CO2 compared to a conventional vessel. The solar panels, continually charging the battery pack during daylight hours, are also designed for the periods when the yacht is not in use and, when moored, it can power a family villa on land.
The design of the yacht’s exterior and interior is inspired by the fluidity of waves. The main deck cockpit is made of a patio with walls and ceiling which are slightly curved to create an organic continuity that significantly opens the views to the water. The swim platforms downstairs widen further, shedding the walls and ceiling to give a direct connection with the sea.
The yacht features multiple interior and outdoor lounge and dining areas, an elegant media room with entertainment technologies, a large Owner’s suite and four guest cabins. The master bedroom boasts a 180-degree view with a composition of skylights that also allow light to filter in from above. Since the yacht’s interior spaces interconnect, the Owner’s suite provides direct access to the forward outdoor lounge area, which can be shaded by retractable structures.
When in its full-electric mode, the yacht is capable of silent operations. Rossinavi Zero Noise technology isolates all noise on board at the original source.
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