Big doesn’t even begin to describe it. The 663-foot Centerfold concept design from Italy’s Nuvolari Lenard would have a displacement of 16,800 gross tons, engines with a total of 100,000 hp, and projected speeds of at least 35 knots. Even in the rarefied compendium of superyachts, this steel-and-aluminum build would be a standout, dwarfing the world’s current largest yacht, the 590-foot Lürssen Azzam, in both size and modern styling attributes.
Still want more? The Centerfold would also have a zero-emission, “full-electric stealth” mode for cruising in the most ecologically sensitive destinations.
The concept yacht’s name is a nod to photographer Jarmo Pohjaniemi, who worked with Nuvolari Lenard on the renderings and is known for his work photographing supermodels for Playboy and more.