This Yacht is a Stealthy Standout
When their existence was first made public in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter and B-2 Spirit stealth bomber caused quite the hullabaloo. Here were two angular, shadowy warbirds that could (hypothetically) sneak behind the Iron Curtain, vaporize and associates, and sneak back out again, all virtually undetected. So what prompted transportation designer Timur Bozca to apply the stealth plane aesthetic to this superyacht concept? We don’t know, but we do know the aptly-named Black Swan is one stunning boat.
While we can’t find the length of this proposed vessel anywhere, that helicopter perched atop the top deck (which is accessible by a cleverly hidden elevator) should give you a pretty good idea of the scale of this yacht. The expansive master suite, six guest suites, extended aft beach club, and four engines producing a combined 23,172 horsepower and fed by a 48,343 gallon fuel tank should also help convey how huge this thing is. And despite its appearance, we very much doubt it would be able to sneak into Monaco Harbor without anybody noticing…