The impressively futuristic 65-metre superyacht concept Roswell has recently been unveiled. The yacht concept was designed with the aim of creating an iconic worldwide recognisable yacht inspired by the future.
Roswell was conceived by young Monaco-based yacht designer and artist George Lucian. After last year’s successful motor yacht Dare To Dream, along with the sailing superyacht Project Origami inspired by the art of origami and traditional Asian vessels, Roswell is yet another demonstration of the young designer’s talent.
Its shape borrows elements from the military stealth vessels, aircraft and spacecraft, and, together with the full electric capabilities, reflective hull surface, patterns, and sharp angles make the yacht have a very discrete radar footprint if any.
On the bow side of the main deck, one can find a large outdoor covered living area, including a beam length swimming pool, a lounge and a dining area. This shall be the main living area of the yacht, being connected to the main salon and the stern deck with large glass doors and walls, giving the sensation of a huge open loft-like space.
The bridge deck is located on the upper deck, together with a helicopter platform, and a sky lounge. The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests together with 12 crew members giving that one-to-one ratio that guests today so very much crave and welcome.
The full aluminium 65-metre superyacht is designed to have full electric running capabilities, supported by two diesel-electric engines and large electric panels that cover the numerous horizontal surfaces of the superstructure of the vessel.