Designed in London by architect Jonathan Schwinge, the Tetrahedron superyacht was imagined in 2010 and the idea has been progressing ever since. The concept involves an underwater trimaran hull that can raise the main living area above the water as it gets onto the plane at around 15 knots.
The Tetrahedron seems to be moving towards production, after Schwinge teamed up with Marcel Müller of Inmainco Visionary Marine Management. Marcel has previously worked for Rolls Royce and Solent-based racing yacht manufacturer Green Marine, so his name adds real weight to the project.
Jonathan told MBY: “The project is in its early stage of engineering and the prototype will come later.” What’s more, the 70ft flying pyramid superyacht design is based on proven technology from Baltimore’s Maritime Applied Physics Corporation.
With a carbon fibre and stainless steel superstructure, the Tetrahedron would have enough accommodation space for six guests and four crew members. The predicted top speed is 38 knots with a maximum cruising range of 3,000nm. The last remaining piece of the puzzle is one seriously brave, ambitious and rich ownerwilling to take the risk of creating something truly unique.