<div>Incredible plan for FLYING PYRAMID superyacht Tetra that can lift out of water & cruise in comfort for billionaires</div>

Incredible plan for FLYING PYRAMID superyacht Tetra that can lift out of water & cruise in comfort for billionaires

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INCREDIBLE plans have been revealed for a lavish futuristic superyacht designed to “fly billionaires over water” while cruising at high speeds.

If you ever wanted to fly across the sea in a hoverboard only James Bond could ever own, this is the closest chance you will ever get.

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The ‘Flying Pyramid’ has a unique geometrical shape that allows it to lift from the water[/caption]

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The concept of the futuristic superyacht has been created by London-based designer Jonathan Schwinge[/caption]

www.supercarblondie.com / Jonathan Schwinge

Once the yacht reaches a high speed, a torpedo-shaped foil will extend down from the hull which will help to lift the yacht out of the water[/caption]

Dubbed “Flying Pyramid” because of its unique geometrical shape, Tetra would be able to lift itself above and float over water while defying gravity.

Created by London-based designer Jonathan Schwinge, the concept yacht is what is called a hydrofoil – a design that helps vessels to stay above water, making it seem like they are rather flying.

Hydrofoil designs have multiple hulls attached to the body – and have shaped vanes called foils that help the vessel to lift off the water.

And since only a small part of a hydrofoil boat touches the water surface, the drag is drastically reduced to offer a smoother and faster ride.

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Foiling technology dates back to the 1900s, but it has been vamped up recently with a modern twist.

Jonathan’s design reimagines the form, superstructure, and propulsion of modern superyachts into a streamlined, elevated enclosure.

“The design is instigated by the re-thinking of the form, superstructure and propulsion of the modern superyacht into a radically simple enclosure and an elevated mode of travel above the water line,” he said.

Working on the same principle, his Tetra would travel using three hulls on its underside at low speeds.

Once it takes off at high speed, a torpedo-shaped foil will extend down from the hull which will help to lift the yacht out of the water.

The concept superyacht will reportedly have a speed of 17.2mph during take-off – and will be able to cruise above water at an impressive speed of up to 43.7mph.


According to the designers, an auto-pilot “fly-by-light” system will be borrowed from the aviation industry and will be installed in the superyacht.

It will reportedly help to take control during difficult weather conditions and maintain and help reduce the body roll for passengers.

If the superyacht is ever built, it will boast lightweight carbon fibre and strong stainless steel – but will only be capable of accommodating 10 people including the crew, despite having a massive appearance.

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Apart from its unique design, Tetra will boast the ultimate luxury for future billionaires to travel in style.

When docked, the superyacht will be able to unfold three sides of this body to become what the designer is calling a “sun deck” – an outdoor lounge area with dining facilities and ways access to seawater.

The cost of creating Tetra has not been made public yet, but one can easily expect lots of zeros.

Top superyacht designs that will baffle your mind

THE luxurious yacht industry is often blessed with some unique, unconventional designs from the future.

Here are some of the best designs that will leave you in awe:

Superyacht Leona – It is one of the world’s most luxurious superyachts with exclusive marble designs and lavish decor. Dubbed “Floating Ceaser’s Palace” for featuring Romanesque statues, Leona is a real showpiece that comes with a piano bar and a secret marble-clad pool.

Project 821 – Boasting the ability to run on green hydrogen, it’s a vessel like no other. The yacht also features the most efficient waste heat recovery system yet developed.

Deep Sea Dreamer –  This superyacht is shaped like a fish and can dive as deep as 328 feet underwater for up to seven days at a time.  It is equipped with a viewing orb to explore the breathtaking ocean views.

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The Shark – Brain-child of Italian design studio Lazzarini, its design is inspired by a hammerhead shark. The flashy floater is set to be so huge passengers will need a golf cart to explore its lavish confines.

Superyacht Jewel – This vessel lives up to its name with an interior embellished like a jewellery box that even Liberace would be proud of. Pianist Liberace, who was known for his glitz and glamorous style, would envy this ornate yacht with a fascinating interior.

PlectrumItalian designer Lazzarini unveiled Plectrum, a towering 243ft beast equipped with giant wings that allow it to “fly” across the seas at staggering speeds.

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When docked, the superyacht will be able to unfold three sides of this body to become an outdoor lounge area[/caption]

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