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Forget the megayacht - here's the FLYING yacht | Daily Mail Online

Forget the megayacht - here's the FLYING yacht | Daily Mail Online

Cross section of a fossilized tree, the tree rings now filled with opal.  Water filled cracks & the empty spaces of the petrified wood; the silica content in the water hardened into opal (can also change to chalcedony).  This transformation turned it into fire opal, which is transparent/translucent in a warm range of colors: yellow, orange, orange-yellow or red.  Opal is not a mineral - it is a mineraloid, a mineral like substance that does not demonstrate crystallinity.

Cross section of a fossilized tree, the tree rings now filled with opal. Water filled cracks & the empty spaces of the petrified wood; the silica content in the water hardened into opal (can also change to chalcedony). This transformation turned it into fire opal, which is transparent/translucent in a warm range of colors: yellow, orange, orange-yellow or red. Opal is not a mineral - it is a mineraloid, a mineral like substance that does not demonstrate crystallinity.

Some of the design features included in this concept are incredibly popular additions for owners during a major refit, as well as when designing a new build; including the house sides and transom underwater lights, the beach deck aft, and the Hybrid EcoProp System enabling the yacht to cruise virtually noise and vibration free.

Some of the design features included in this concept are incredibly popular additions for owners during a major refit, as well as when designing a new build; including the house sides and transom underwater lights, the beach deck aft, and the Hybrid EcoProp System enabling the yacht to cruise virtually noise and vibration free.

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