The 295ft yacht's hull has LED light display for nighttime light show.
A new concept superyacht design unveiled at this week’s Dubai International Boat Show has a hull that puts on a light show.
Dutch yacht design firm Van Geest Design unveiled the 90m superyacht Moonstone with a scale model on the boat show’s opening night.
Moonstone was designed in association with Oceanco naval architects and Temeloy lighting architecture design and features 300 independent triangular LED light panels in the yacht’s hull capable of creating a variety of light displays.
Independently controlled, the lighting panels can mirror the reflection of sunlight from the surface of the water, and at night they can mimic moonlight using cameras to project scenes onto overhead panels.
The yacht design also boasts an infinity pool, a hot tub, cinema, helipad and a gym and spa.
The 90m ship can reach a top speed of 18.5 knots with its twin 3,600kW MTU 20V4000 M73L engines.
There’s a master suite cabin located on owners’ private deck that includes the spa and gym area. The yacht can hold 12 guests in four double and two twin cabins.
The Dubai International Boat Show runs from March 1-5, 2016.
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