Gorgeous sustainability-focused 50m yacht concept Naboo revealed
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Gorgeous sustainability-focused 50m yacht concept Naboo revealed

Gorgeous sustainability-focused 50m yacht concept Naboo revealed

yacht concept naboo by hidden portside

A stunning 50-metre sustainability-focused yacht concept named Naboo has been revealed!

Naboo was designed by design studio Hidden Portside and features an electric propulsion system, solar panels, and a hull made of recycled aluminum with synthetic teak decking. In other words, it’s a yacht designed for a better future. 

“Naboo represents another lifestyle, in which sustainability is a mindset, preserving the beauty and elegance of the past while relying on the innovation of the future,” the studio comments.

One of the most striking features of the design is its 95 sqm inner patio connected through a lush vertical garden, as well as its 65 sqm beach bar accompanied by a Jacuzzi. Two folding platforms leading down to the sea can be found on either side of this area.

A galley or “chef’s house” can be found on the main deck, which leads down to a second galley on the deck below, in addition to an eight-metre tender garage with great space for any possible water toys that the luxury lifestyle comes with.

Four guest cabins are featured on the main deck and a master cabin at the bridge deck, which features a second Jacuzzi and a 33sqm private terrace. Naboo will be operated by a crew of eight, with the captain’s quarters on the bridge deck near the helm.

“This is the ‘starter pack’ for Naboo,” said the studio. “We are looking to offer bigger options in order to accommodate the most demanding clients.”

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As the industry is becoming aware of the environmental impact, concepts like Naboo are a great sign of where the yachting world is heading.

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