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The innovative Y Le Yacht designed by the French architect and the project for a marina in Mykonos

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Y Le Yacht will be the first fully electric commercial vessel of its kind: A floating luxury hotel which will offer to its guests the never previously experienced option of visiting Manhattan both from the water and on the ground, at their leisure, while also being able to experience a gastronomical and thrilling experience of sleeping on the water surrounded by the skyline of one of the most beautiful city in the world.

Conceived by the brilliant minds of Jean-Pierre Heim, along with his partners Paul Bensabat and Tony Vamvakidi, this innovative marvel invites you to explore the wonders of New York.

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With only 20 ultra-luxury suites, guests will have an opportunity to live the vibrant lifestyle across Manhattan and its surrounding historical places during the day, while knowing that at the end of the day or at anytime, they will be able to get back to the peaceful and quiet environment of their private yacht cruising without a sound all around Manhattan or anchored in one of the city’s docks.

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Jean-Pierre HEIM is an internationally acclaimed architect with a diverse and engaging portfolio.

Greece is Jean Pierre's second home, as he admits.

He is a visionary, a philhellene who, in addition to his above plan for New York, aspires to transform the unexploited sandy beach of Korfos in Mykonos into a tourist destination with respect to Mykonian tradition: Jean Pierre HEIM wants to create a luxurious ecological marina, the ECOrfos.

“The marina will be sustainable with solar panels powered by those who shade the roof of the municipal football pitch in Ornos.
"The solar panels will help power the entire eco-marina 'ECOrfos', which is part of a European program to protect the environment," the world-renowned architect points out.,,


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