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The 282-Foot Komorebi Trimaran Concept Is Incredible

By Victor Baker


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Komorebi Trimaran Concept

The 282-foot sailing yacht concept you see here was named Komorebi, after the Japanese word komorebi which means ‘curtain of light’. Penned down by the VPLP Design team, this beautiful yacht was imagined as one of vessels filled with the most natural light, with floor to ceiling windows throughout the yacht and majestic open floor plans.

The main saloon for instance will offer a mesmerizing interior design, with serene views of the surrounding ocean, the swimming pool and the yacht’s small garden that even includes a living tree. Komorebi will be also green in terms of propulsion, with automated wing sails helping it achieve speeds of up to 15 knots in a 20-knot wind.

Komorebi Trimaran Concept

Supposedly, the hybrid engine mode will allow the yacht to save 30 percent in fuel consumption during a transatlantic crossing which sounds great in theory. The future owners of this beauty will be able to store a small navy of water toys in its three hulls, as tenders, small sailboats and even mini submarines will have room in the elegant trimaran design of this vessel.

The large swim platform at the transom connects to an interior beach club, while a sky-deck provides space for alfresco dining and entertaining areas. We don’t know if Komorebi will ever get the green light, but we can just hope we’ll get to see this elegant and futuristic yacht on the high seas in the next year.

Komorebi Trimaran Concept


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About Victor Baker

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