, 2022-06-28 02:00:00,
Designer Steve Kozloff has unveiled his latest creation, a 100 metre double-masted trimaran concept. Named The Trident, the inventive design comes complete with six decks and two dedicated helipads, one on each of the vessel’s crossbeams.
Fitted with a Solid Sail system, The Trident’s mast tilts 70 degrees forward which reduces the air draft by 30 metres, allowing the yacht to pass under most bridges.
The vessel can be facing any direction when the sails are raised or lowered, and the mast can rotate a full 360 degrees.
The concept accommodates an impressive 26 guests, with space for 20 crew members
Elsewhere, the concept is packed with amenities and sports a full-beam beach club on the main hull with retractable decks. A telescoping crane system has been integrated into the boom of each mast, which can load and off-load provisions, tenders and seaplanes.
Forward on each of her side hulls, The Trident features two large swimming pools, while two spas are found forward and aft on the main hull.
The owner’s suite in the bow of the main hull
The interior is set on several levels and is characterised by curved walls and a multitude of large windows. Centre-stage is the 210 square metre owner’s suite in the bow of the central hull, while two additional “master cabins” are found towards the bow of both side hulls.
The Trident’s tilting masts allow it to pass under most bridges
Floor-to-ceiling windows adorn the upper deck saloon that also features a piano bar and entertainment centre. The concept also boasts a tender arsenal including a Nemo U-Boat Worx submarine, with storage found towards the stern. Heated masts, handrails and doors minimise icing problems and allow The Trident to traverse even the most arctic of conditions.
In April 2022 Kozloff, who is known for his imaginative and radical designs, released renderings of a 170 metre triple-masted sailing yacht concept named Glory.
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