This 3-Hull Trimaran Superyacht Cuts Through Seas Like Neptune’s Trident

Photo: Yeojin Jung

Although the automotive world is ridden with any number of outlandish concept cars, it has nothing on the superyacht industry’s unbounded imagination. After all, such vessels are often unbelievable even in their physical form, so a digital render is pretty much an open invitation for excess.

Yeojin Jung’s creation, however, actually has a practical explanation for its seemingly interstellar shape: exploration. Inspired by cantilevered architecture, Jung designed her ‘Estrella’ superyacht concept with three hulls in order to give its occupants a variety of different viewing perspectives as they cruise around the world. And to ensure that the ship’s y-shaped trimaran construction wouldn’t compromise its stability, Jung has imagined it with a central stabilizer system as well as some secondary fins on each of the outer hulls. Stretching some 342 feet in length, it comes powered by a hybrid diesel engine with a cruising speed of 15 knots. In the event the Estrella ever gets built, it offers room for you and up to 19 friends. Click the link below to learn more.

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Photo: Yeojin Jung
Photo: Yeojin Jung
Photo: Yeojin Jung