Magma and Super S Yacht from Sylvian Viau

Among several yacht concepts from modern futuristic styles to old classic styles by French designer Sylvian Viau, the Magma and Super S are really worth noticing. Magma demonstrates a new type of visual that could be applied to modern yachts to make them look even better. The surface hull is designed similar to lava cooling down which is really a unique gesture of a yacht. Magma is designed for navigation and ultimate exploration and contains a helipad on the rear part of the superstructure. On the other hand, Super S is designed purely concentrating on speed with a slim and smart outlook.

magma yacht

magma yacht

magma yacht

magma yacht

super s yacht

super s yacht

super s yacht

Designer : Sylvain Viau

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stephen russell says: August 22, 2009

Love the Super S model, Id own that big time.

Love 2 see in a 007 movie or Iron Man 3?

GI Joe 3?

Apps for Super S:

Gunboat

Race Boat

Rescue

Scuba diving boat- race to site & anchor.

For civie gunboat- hide the weapons like

Disco Volante in 007 THUNDERBALL.

Id add a Mini Sub & Midget sub to my Super S & Full on Boat Deck

& Hi Tech bridge with analog Backup controls.

ki says: August 22, 2009

first one looks stupid, sorry

second one is kick ass! render it on water with better materials if you can.

Steven Slessenger says: August 25, 2009

The first one looks great, very different, very unique, that's what makes it great IMO. Something new. The second one just looks like every other smoothed off boat off the future assembly line.

Sylvain - SVDesign says: August 28, 2009

You can find more renders of them on my website. Comments are welcome :-)

Andrew says: March 26, 2010

I think these are masterpieces.

Jean says: September 3, 2010

The lava cooling design on the hull looks stupid to say the least. I'd love to know the concept behind the hideous design.







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