Valkyrie: Luxury Yacht Concept by Chulhun Park (+VIDEO)



Trimaran yacht, Valkyrie, Chulhun Park, luxury yacht, yacht concept, yacht design, Royal College of Art London, future yachts
Valkyrie is the Trimaran yacht concept, designed a thesis project of Chulhun Park supported by Palmer Johnson at Royal College of Art London. This stunning yacht is a futuristic floating entertainment hub that attracts you with its elegant lines. This luxury yacht combines high-speed enormous space and absolute comfort. It is nearly 230 meters long and extremely stable. There are bars, an exhibition hall, spa, casino, club, theater, and a restaurant onboard the yacht. Chulhun Park challenges the usual mono hull design and focuses attention on a Trimaran hull that reduces the drag while cruising at high speeds. Valkyrie is only a concept, though some rich folk likeRoman Abramovich could order this beauty to expand their fleet.
Via:pursuitist.com
Trimaran yacht, Valkyrie, Chulhun Park, luxury yacht, yacht concept, yacht design, Royal College of Art London, future yachts

Trimaran yacht, Valkyrie, Chulhun Park, luxury yacht, yacht concept, yacht design, Royal College of Art London, future yachts

Trimaran yacht, Valkyrie, Chulhun Park, luxury yacht, yacht concept, yacht design, Royal College of Art London, future yachts

Trimaran yacht, Valkyrie, Chulhun Park, luxury yacht, yacht concept, yacht design, Royal College of Art London, future yachts


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