A rendering of The Black Swan
Superyachts, as the name suggests, are built to draw notice. The design of these massive floating vessels is growing increasingly stunning, from Zaha Hadid’s elegantly built ships to those featuring waterfalls. And Timur Bozca’s next superyacht concept is no exception. The extraordinary structure, dubbed The Black Swan because of its black exterior and graceful design, exemplifies the power of simplicity. According to Bozca, who divides his time between studios in Istanbul, Milan, and London, the superyacht was designed by blending “simple lines with dramatic angles and curves.”
“I tried to design an aerodynamic exterior that would give the yacht a unique appearance while also enhancing the performance of the watercraft,” Bozca said in a statement. “I used the powerful image of an arrow as my inspiration.” The yacht will be powered by four engines with a combined output of 23,172 horsepower and a top speed of 32 knots.
The yacht is made of aluminum and steel and has a stunning pool that looks to disappear into the sea as it funnels towards the aft. The Black Swan includes a sundeck in addition to a sundeck, hidden balconies, and a rooftop helipad.
A view of the swimming pool and sundeck
To accommodate up to 12 guests, the superyacht will contain a master suite and six guest suites. Although the boat is still in the early stages of design, if built as shown, it would cost more than ten million dollars.
Timur Bozca, the designer of the Black Swan yacht