A sailing super-trimaran, equipped with a 100% electric auxiliary engine, capable of sailing without any emissions, is the project imagined by the Dutch and Irish studios, Van Geest Design and Rob Doyle Design. This superyacht trimaran, called Domus, probably prefigures the multihulls of the future.
Pieter van Geest and Rob Doyl, the two designers behind the concept, have named it ‘Domus’, in homage to the Latin villas – the patrician houses built around a common space, the atrium – where wealthy Romans lived during ancient Rome and up to the height of the Roman Empire.
These are all concepts that can be found on board.
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