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12 of the most radical superyacht concepts seen in 2020

Updated: Nov 25

(Article originally published by superyachttimes.com)


This year hasn't been the smoothest sailing, but in amongst the tricky times and turbulences, there have been some exciting developments in the world of yachting and superyacht design. Here, we outline the most radical and alternative yacht concepts in what has been a somewhat radical year in and of itself.

12. 20m Lamborghini 63 by Tecnomar and Lamborghini

The common values of the boating and supercar worlds combined this year to produce an iconic-looking yacht that has performance, driving pleasure and quality details at her core. This sporty motor yacht is built for speed with all 24 tons of weight distributed evenly in an ultralight and dynamic design to mimic Lamborghini’s classic designs.

11. 28m Dynamiq GTM 90 by Dynamiq

This year Dynamiq revealed the all-aluminium 27.5-metre Dynamiq GTM 90 yacht concept made in cooperation with German carmaker, Klassen. Due to be presented at this year’s cancelled Geneva Motor Show, the new concept starts from €7,500,000 and can be personally customised. Her exterior areas include a sundeck with and a three-seat sofa in the bow to enjoy when travelling at top speeds of over 30 knots.


10. 58m autonomous yacht TEMPO by DLBA Naval Architects

With exterior lines by SDG, the 58-metre superyacht concept TEMPO has been developed as an autonomous yacht where artificial intelligence (AI) dramatically enhances an owner’s experience onboard. According to DLBA, artificial intelligence can take the superyacht experience to the next level when applied to three main elements: autonomous navigation, equipment health monitoring and mechanical and electrical systems automation.


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