Known for his quirky and imaginative designs, industrial designer, Charles Bombardier has come up with another one. As he was relaxing in the St. Regis resort in Bora-Bora, he was thinking about the logistics behind designing a cruise ship that could navigate shallow water. He decided that an eco-friendly propulsion system would be the key component to his concept called the Seataci Yacht.
This system would be in each of the connecting pods that has a biomimetic oscillating foil that pushes water back like a whale’s tail, which would more efficient than propellers, generate less noise that allows the yacht to venture into shallow waters. It will feature a ballast system used to sink its main hull to show passengers an underwater perspective, a dozen on-board villas, a main deck that will occupy a pool and landing pads for personal drones. You have done it again Mr. Bombardier.