This is not a floating pyramid, just a bizarre yacht by Jonathan Schwinge. Marcel Muler, INMAINCO, and The Maritime Applied Physics Corporation, Schwinge ditched the normal yacht form factor by using side-mounted adjustable foils and placing the chassis on top of a vertical strut that attaches to a submerged torpedo hull, giving the appearance of a levitating craft. Continue reading for more images of the Tetrahedron. Click here for bonus pictures of a yacht that you can rent for $1.3-million per week.
“At slower speeds the Tetrahedron sits lower on the underbelly hulls – giving the impression of a spaceship floating on top of water, but when it moves quickly it looks as if it’s levitating. The concept would have a fly-by light system similar to that in the aviation industry – so the ship could adjust for roll, pitch, and heave forces while maintaining its foil bourne speed,” reports HiConsumption.