Rosinavi unveils a catamaran concept designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

Italian shipyard Rossinavi shows a refreshing willingness to think outside the confines of abbey design when they unveil their latest concept. And I must admit that their collaboration with the Zaha Hadid Catamaran (ZHA) featuring the unique look of ZHA design, combined with the green technology and high-quality construction that Rossinavi is known for is a breath of fresh air.

In fact, this Rossinavi-built boat is all about keeping the air “pure” and is described as the shipyard’s green technology pioneer that features three levels of solar panels seamlessly integrated into the design to charge a highly efficient battery pack. An AI-powered control center monitors power consumption and battery status as well as monitors the environmental impact so Oneiric can sail up to 100% of the time in fully electric mode with zero emissions in the right conditions.

Meanwhile, on the transatlantic crossings, the Oneiric is designed to sail in fully electric mode up to 70% of the time. The solar panels, which constantly charge the battery pack during daylight hours, are also designed for periods when the yacht is not in use and, when moored, can power a family villa on land.

The cockpit on the main deck consists of a patio with walls and a roof that is slightly curved to create an organic continuity that dramatically opens the views out onto the water. When descending the stairs to the swimming platforms, the area widens even more, removing the walls and ceiling to give a direct connection to the sea.

Multiple indoor and outdoor lounge and dining areas, along with a media room featuring several entertainment options, are joined by the large owner’s suite and four guest cabins. As you can see in these displays, the owner’s suite has a 180-degree view with skylights that also allow light to filter from above.

In addition to the fully electric Oneiric mode capable of virtually silent operations, it is also equipped with Rossinavi Zero Noise technology that isolates and reduces sound at the source.

Now that’s one concept I’d like to see come true. See this space.

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