From Genoa to Ischia, this summer the most important and exclusive seaside resorts in Italy saw everyone speechless when he arrived: Artefact.
It is a maxi yacht designed by the Nobiskrug shipyards and promises to change the paradigms of luxury green.
Artefact: characteristics of the eco-sustainable yacht
The yacht that is making so much attention is an 80-meter of pure luxury. Almost 60 tons and over 740 square meters of glass complete the numbers of this marvel.
Steel hull and cutting-edge material technologies for a fiberglass superstructure that creates a unique line, a concentration of style, elegance and lightness.
The interiors feature eco-friendly materials and focus primarily on wood, glass and natural fabrics.
Luxury is extreme: there is no shortage of cinema, swimming pool, spa, Thai-Chi area and gym.
Price and sustainability
Artefact is a real jewel: the market price is around 150 million dollars.
Not only extreme luxury but also attention to the environment: the real peculiarity of this yacht is its hybrid power.
Combined with the system of solar panels and the system for storing energy to make Artefact travel even with the engines off, this yacht proves to be a real treasure for the environment.
The hybrid propulsion and the storage system allow Artefact to be absolutely silent.
Even the seabed is grateful: Artefact is in fact equipped with a dynamic positioning and propulsion system that can maintain the position of the boat even without the need to drop anchor.
The lucky owner of this dream yacht is Mihal “Mike” Lazaridis, a businessman of Greek-Canadian origins who made his fortune thanks to the invention of BlackBerry, the first wireless portable device on the market.
The very wealthy businessman, once the BlackBerry adventure is over, is devoting himself to the study of quantum computing.