The Harpoon is a 25m long luxury yacht. One of the key features of the yacht are the large intakes located on both sides of the yacht. The airintakes direct air towards the two gasturbine engines that are connected to 3 powerfull steerable waterjets that propell the boat. The arc that leaps from the bow of the boat to the cabin is visually carrying the roof. This arc contains large retractable sunscreens in the front and rear to protect the crew from the sun. The matte colored Arc and the metallic body are in contrast with eachother. The metallic part consists out of two parts. The upper part seems to float above the front deck and is supported by cleats where ropes can be fastened to secure the boat in the harbor. Also the cabin seems to float above the lower deck to look lighter and more spacious. Because the cabin is floating there is more natural light comming through the windows in the two floor high staircase, Above the staircase the captain is suspended on his stabalized workstation. The glass table in the living room doubles as ceiling light while retracted. The sofa in the cabin can slide in to reach the table. Above the motors on the rear deck a table can be retracted from the floor.