This Sinot Aqua Is The World's First Hydrogen-Powered Super Yacht
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This Sinot Aqua Is The World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Super Yacht

The Monaco Yacht Show was the home of one of the largest yacht unveilings of this era, with a design for a 367-foot yacht being revealed. But its size isn’t what makes it interesting, it’s what it runs on.

The ship design, made by a Dutch firm called Sinot Yacht and Architecture Design, is a model of just over 6.5 feet and showcases an innovative power source in the form of liquid hydrogen. With the name¬†Aqua,¬†it would be the first ship to run on this hydrogen and fuel-cell technology, with the only bi-product being water, much like the Toyota Mirai that we’ve discussed before. The system depends on two, 28-tonne vacuum-sealed tanks of liquid hydrogen that would be stored at a cold temperature of -253 degrees Celcius (-423 degrees Fahrenheit).

This Sinot Aqua Is The World's First Hydrogen-Powered Super Yacht

On top if this, it will feature the latest in design and creature comforts, including a glass panel at its base to allow for incredible viewing of below the ocean, and pure luxury in design including pools and a helicopter pad. It has a formal dining area big enough to sit 14 people, rooms for working out, yoga, and even a hydro-massage room. There’s also space for three jet skis.

This Sinot Aqua Is The World's First Hydrogen-Powered Super Yacht

If you’re into super luxury yachts, this is definitely one to keep an eye out for. The eco-friendly ship could very easily change the industry if it launches.

This Sinot Aqua Is The World's First Hydrogen-Powered Super Yacht

Written by Steven Douglas

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