Aras Kazar Wakinyan Trimaran Concept

Inspiration can come from anywhere, and for his latest concept, designer Aras Kazar turned to the air. Wakinyan is the Lakota word for thunder and translates to 'thunder bird" or "thunder beings". With that in mind, Kazar penned a 427-foot yacht that mimics a bird floating on water. The angular, upright main hull is flanked by outriggers that bring to mind wings. The aluminum ship uses copious amounts of glass and an open rear deck to bring the seascape nearly inside the vessel with broad, panoramic views. Berths are provided for 12 guests in five staterooms with one owner's suite. Kazar imagines the massive yacht being propelled by all-electric propulsion system and hydrofoil technology with a top speed of 32 knots.

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