Submerge is a catamaran, a submarine and a floating home

Alex Marzo Submerge concept catamaran - Antartica 544px
(image credit: Alex Marzo)

modern days, future included, will likely sees us multi-tasking even more. more are expected of us, in both work and leisure. having said that, we also expects the things we use to be able to multi-tasks or exhibit multi-functionability. the concept 150-feet catamaran featured here, dubbed Submerge, embodies the multi-functions quality with its three-modes in one craft design.
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designed by Alex Marzo, the catamaran has three modes of operation, namely, explorer mode, resort mode and submerge mode. using sophisticated suspension system, the Submerge is able to transform between the different modes to suit different boating experience.

not much info were available but i am guessing that in explorer mode, the craft is basically a yacht that let you cruise round the open sea. while in the resort mode, the catamaran lowers to become a platform-like structure, transforming into a floating home. further lowering the hull into the water, the Submerge becomes partially submerged, thus allowing occupants to view the glorious underwater scenery thru the aluminate glass at the bottom of the craft.

a neatly designed and futuristic craft which i hope will become a reality. not that i would be able to afford one but it’s just nice to see an excellent work being translated into the real world.

Alex Marzo Submerge concept catamaran Explorer mode 544px
(image credit: Alex Marzo)

Alex Marzo Submerge concept catamaran Resort mode 544px
(image credit: Alex Marzo)

Alex Marzo Submerge concept catamaran Submerge mode 544px
(image credit: Alex Marzo)

Alex Marzo Submerge concept catamaran Side view 544px
(image credit: Alex Marzo)

Alex Marzo Submerge concept catamaran Rear-angled view 544px
(image credit: Alex Marzo)

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Alex Marzo Submerge concept catamaran Top-angled view 544px
(image credit: Alex Marzo)

via Yanko Design

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