The British designer Alex McDiarmid has recently unveield his laest creation, that is this 90m concept Superyacht for which the designer got his his inspiration from conchology. After designing that iguana-inspired Iwana yacht, McDiarmid is leaning towards the reighing and popular fashion of shells and has them incorporated in the yachting culture for the very first time. The epic masterpiece gets its inspiration from the Turitella shell (tower screw) which is a long twirled seashell, the long thin tail Tibia Fusus sea shell and the Conches. The yacht will be boasting a speed of 18 Knots and crusing speeds of 14 knots and will be spacious enough to accommodate 16 guests in its 2 VIP cabins that feature private exterior balcony, 3 double guest cabins, and a twin guest cabin. This creation will also be sporting a steel hull and aluminum body and will be able to hold a crew of 20.
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