Black Swan Yacht By Timur Bozca
The super luxury Black Swan yacht by designer Timur Bozca is here to captivate those, who have the eye for style, luxury, technology and most importantly travelling by sea. This ‘concept’ yacht has been designed with state-of-the-art technology to redefine the terms experience, style and luxury, and to give its owner a supreme experience in travelling.
Shaped like an arrow, the aerodynamic design of the yacht gives it a distinctive look. Aside from allowing you to cruise at high speeds, the concept yacht ensures high efficiency of the engines. There are two front balconies, where one can soak in the beauty of the sea during the long trips. Since the yacht’s main captivating factor is its appearance, the middle side features unique triangular shaped windows, adding to the stylish overall outlay. The interiors of this luxury boat are endowed with opulence, style and comfort. The yacht can accommodate up to 18 staff members and 12 guests, at any given time. One master cabin and six guest cabins wait to surround the passengers with further luxury. Based on earthy tones, the interiors of the cabins are done primarily in brown, with the walls done in black. A glass covers the nightstand and the king-sized beds, giving the cabins a very futuristic, but earthy tone.
To enhance the travel experience of the passengers, the luxury yacht is equipped with four engines that can generate a total power of up to 23,172 Horsepower. While the cruising speed is around the 20 knots mark, the top speed is a maximum of 28 knots. To keep the enormous engines working, the fuel capacity is a staggering 183,000 liters. Since waters from the seas are unfit for human usage, there is a water tank on board of 38,600 liters capacity. This means sea beast is 10.2 meters long, where the superstructure is made from Aluminum and the Hull Structure of enforced steel.
A rich boy’s toy, the Black Swan will have takers from the high and mighty who would go great lengths for the sake of luxury and pure indulgence.
Designer: Timur Bozca | Source: AutoMotto.com