I’d love to self-isolate on Strand Craft’s Miami Superyacht
While the world is slowly opening up again, there’s still lots of time spent at home. Which is naturally a chore; unless you are on Strand Craft’s new Miami Superyacht.
The superyacht was partially inspired by extreme weather conditions; or Hurricane Dorian’s devastation of the Bahamas.
As such the Miami is built not just for luxury adventures, but can double as a rescue vessel for emergencies in areas that may have experienced natural disasters.
The ship is fully-loaded with two 58-foot tenders, two Mercedes G65 AMG off-road trucks and two onboard helicopters. The Miami is more than 200 metres long, and can accommodate a crew of 44 staff and 20 guests.
The master suite sits at the top of the vessel, and gives guests a 180-degree view around them. There’s also a gym, spa, office, library, bottle cellar and bar.
The concept superyacht uses a hybrid power system that utilizes three elecfric azimuth pods driven by fuel cell generators and should hit speeds of 20-knots.
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