A yacht is not only built for luxury and seaworthiness — it's designed to catch eyes like few vehicles, land or sea, can. Designer Anna Borla had a completely different idea when penning the Hide superyacht concept, however. As the name implies, the Hide does just that, thanks to a dark exterior with reflective glass windows that allow it to blend into its surroundings. Dimensions are nearly 164 feet long with a beam of nearly 33 feet. Another element important to Borla is privacy, with an open foredeck featuring a swimming pool and dining table for eight. Propulsion comes from a hybrid system with lithium-ion battery packs powered by solar panels on the wheelhouse roof. Accommodations are laid out for eight, with a full-beam owner's apartment with balconies and a studio, dining room, and lobby.