The world's first hydrogen-powered superyacht was unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show
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The latest technology model of a 367-foot yacht has been designed to run on liquid hydrogen was revealed last week at the Monaco Yacht Show. Forbes reported this during the world's biggest superyacht event.

The detailed elegant 367 hydro-machine was designed and presented by a Dutch firm called Sinot Yacht & Architecture Design is just over 6 1/2 feet and reveals the innovative approach the superyacht industry is taking.

According to Sinot firm, This watercraft, named Aqua, is the first superyacht to run on liquid hydrogen and fuel-cell technology. The 367-foot vessel would be completely powered by liquid hydrogen and fuel-cell technology and emit only water and the system would depend on two 28-ton vacuum-sealed tanks of liquid hydrogen stored at -423 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Beyond pioneering innovation, the vessel would feature state-of-the-art design and other amenities.

Here are the super features look of Aqua and an inside glimpse at the future of eco-conscious super yachting.  Flowing Infinite pool, expanded outdoor lounging. The five-deck superyacht would accommodate 14 guests and 31 crew members. It has a master pavilion, two VIP staterooms, and four regular staterooms. All rooms would feature floor-to-ceiling windows and have a minimalistic, Japanese-inspired style. An expansive indoor health and wellness center for a gym, a hydro-massage room, and a yoga studio.

And because superyacht owners love their toys, Aqua is very spacious to carry two 32-foot tenders and three Jet Skis.


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