Francesco Struglia, an Italian designer, has released his latest concept, Onda Superyacht. It’s one hell of a 164-foot vessel with unusual exterior design that focuses around a sharp trimaran hull, large glass panels, asymmetric aft decks, along with a sloping, glass covered forward deck. The word Onda comes from Italian word “wave”, well, this yacht certainly can slice through the waves for smooth ride thanks to its v-shaped hull. This concept yacht has a beam of 32-foot long, it has smart design to make sure the yacht as wide as possible while keeping a low displacement. The asymmetrical decks at the rear offer jaw-dropping views along with a good management of shaded areas and sunny areas in a whole new rhythm.
The upper deck offers a bar and alfresco dining area, while the main deck features a large, inviting lounge to relax. The lower deck is dedicated to a nice 645-square-foot beach club that focuses around a triangular pool.
The interior of Onda Superyacht Concept is more predictable. As Francesco Struglia explains that crew accommodation and other technical areas are located in the forward part of the yacht, it minimizes crossover between crew and guest areas. The owner’s suit is located on the upper deck amidships, it’s a spacious 90-square meters suit with a connection to a private panoramic terrace with Jacuzzi. There’s a tender garage located forward that keeps a 30-foot tender transversely.
Onda has been designed to blend an experimental layout with a contemporary architectural structural concept. For the propulsion, Onda is envisioned to be equipped with twin MTU engines that allow it to cover up to 4,500 nautical miles at 10 knots.