Ben Mazur Shows off the 'Hermes 66' Conceptual Design

By: Venessa Fisher - Published: Feb 3, 2010   Updated: Mar 23 2011 • References: coroflot
English student and freelance designer Ben Mazar has created an eco-friendly yacht concept called 'Hermes 66.' Constructed of hemp fiber and linseed oil-based resins, this stylish mode of transportation utilizes hydrofoil and aerofoil technologies to provide comparable performance to motor yacht counterparts. Mazar claims the Hermes 66 will provide an exceptionally smooth ride and big thrills for every passenger.

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