Designed to handle the most extreme weather conditions, this superyacht was partially inspired by Hurricane Dorian's devastation of the Bahamas. The Miami is not only for high-end adventures, but can also double as a rescue vessel for emergencies in areas that have experienced a natural disaster. The ship is loaded with two 58-foot tenders, two Mercedes G63 AMG off-road trucks, and two onboard helicopters. The Miami is a whopping 436 feet long and can accommodate a crew of 44 and up to 20 guests and includes a 985-sq. ft. master suite with a 180-degree view, a gym, spa, office, library, wine cellar, and bar. The concept superyacht will employ a hybrid power system with three electric azimuth pods driven by hydrogen-fuel-cell generators for a speed that maxes out at 20 knots.