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Italian design firm launches its first "mini yacht" 

Italian design studio Lazzarini recently presented its first "mini yacht" during the 2013 Monaco Yacht Show
Italian design studio Lazzarini recently presented its first "mini yacht" during the 2013 Monaco Yacht Show
Italian design studio Lazzarini recently presented its first "mini yacht" during the 2013 Monaco Yacht Show. The Jet Capsule is a compact water craft measuring 7.5 m (24.6 ft) long and 3.5 m (11.5ft) wide. The futuristic looking vessel can be customized to suit a myriad of purposes, including a water taxi, emergency water vehicle, patrol boat, scuba diving vessel or recreational cruiser.
Italian design studio Lazzarini recently presented its first "mini yacht" during the 2013 Monaco Yacht Show. The Jet Capsule is a compact water craft measuring 7.5 m (24.6 ft) long and 3.5 m (11.5ft) wide. The futuristic looking vessel can be customized to suit a myriad of purposes, including a water taxi, emergency water vehicle, patrol boat, scuba diving vessel or recreational cruiser. 
The watercraft is made with a fiberglass hull and features a hydro-jet system and can come equipped with one or two (petrol or diesel) engines, offering from 315 to 740 hp. On board, the craft features a protected deck and seating area which accommodates eight passengers, automatic closing doors, rooftop sunbed, rear diving platform, convertible bedroom, toilet and can be customized to include a kitchen.
At night time, the Jet Capsule's interior and exterior lights are designed to give the impression that the vessel is an out of this world spacecraft, hovering over the water. 



http://www.gizmag.com/jet-capsule-lazzarini-design/29713/  
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