Luxury superyachts come with all types of modern amenities and are built like floating palaces, where visitors often forget that they’re on the waves. Moreover, these yachts are made to sail on heavy duty engines which pollute the delicate marine ecosystem underneath them. Trying to change the conception as well the entire design of luxurious superyachts, designer Maro Radenovic has come up with the Talas – an 80-meter long luxurious hyperyacht that sails on hydrogen and solar energy.
The Talas comes with a hydrogen power plant and an extensive array of solar panels on its massive windows that enable the yacht to sail eco-consciously through the water. With an open atrium and huge glass exterior, the Talas never let the visitors forget that they’re on water. The three-deck atrium provides a huge open space for socialization while exposing the guests to the outside environment.
The yacht also provides enough room in the tender garage for multiple jet skis, a 13m tender and numerous other toys. On the luxury front, the lower deck comes with a health spa, a full gym and sauna, a smoothie bar and massage tables. The galley is concealed by the main indoor waterfall and also provides space for the dining area on the balcony. Just under the owner’s huge stateroom, the yacht includes 2 VIP guest suites and 2 additional suites with a walkthrough closet and a bathroom. The sky lounge features a large infinity pool and outdoor bar for entertainment.