The conceptual Flying Yacht, developed by designer Yelken Octuri, transforms from a 152-foot sailing ship to a 297-foot airplane to allow for limitless adventure. The trimaran yacht has four masts that host large sails. In flight mode, these sails make up the plane's wings with an impressive combined surface area of 14,000 square feet. The conceptual Flying Yacht is powered by four propeller engines and boasts a range of 600 kilometers.
The conceptual Flying Yacht has an opulent interior that accommodates up to six people. It is made up of two decks that house all of the necessary home spaces such as a kitchen and storage room, plus a formal dining room and multiple lounges. The conceptual Flying Yacht's windows are barely above the waterline, allowing for an intimate and serene ocean-sailing experience.
Source: Josh Thompson-Persaud