A new yacht could eliminate seasickness by flying over the water. London-based architect Jonathan Schwinge designed the pyramid-shaped yacht called the Tetrahedron Super Yacht.

The vessel has four faces and six edges, according to Forbes. The ship appears to fly over the water at high speeds because of a special hull, called the Hydrofoil Small Waterplane Area Ship or HYSWAS, that has one vertical strut that is on a single submerged torpedo hull. The idea behind the design was that smooth travel at high speeds would eliminate seasickness, reported Forbes.Take off speed for the yacht is 15 knots, while high speed sees the ship travel at 38 knots.

With room for six passengers and four crew members, the boat also has sun decks, an outdoor dining area, water toys and retractable stairs that lead to the water, reported the Daily Mail.

"The design is instigated by the rethinking of the form, superstructure and propulsion of the modern superyacht into a radically simple enclosure and an elevated mode of travel above the water line," said Schwinge in a statement.

The cost of the yacht has not been released, said Fox News.