The COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to come up with creative ways to entertain large audiences, particularly since movie theaters, concerts, and events probably won’t resume until at least next year. Continue reading Floating Cinemas Using Socially Distanced Boats Coming to Various U.S. Cities
With a maximum speed of 80-plus knots (over 90 mph) and a cruising speed of 50-plus knots or almost 60 miles per hour, yacht designers Officina Armare‘s new Lambo-inspired day cruiser could be one of the most badass rides on the water. Continue reading ITALIAN DESIGN STUDIO OFFICINA ARMARE REVEALS LAMBORGHINI-INSPIRED CRUISER BOAT
Time to hang 10, futuristic bros!
Puerto Rico-based Lift eFoil electric surfboards use a submerged hydrofoil to lift the board clear of the water at speed, in the same way that modern America’s Cup catamarans ride high above the waves.
As we’ve established, things that levitate, hover and float are innately cool. Of course, all boats (and the occasional motorcycle) float on water. But only some boats are able to rise above the surface, as with Quadrofoil‘s hydrodynamic and aerodynamic electric two-seaters.
When they’re not making mini yachts that kinda resemble Darth Vader’s helmet, the creative folks at Jet Capsule are crafting UFO-shaped floating homes. And they hope to actually build and release them into the wild as soon as 2018.
Iconic English sports car maker Aston Martin and prestigious boat builder Quintessence Yachts have collaborated on a stunning new boat called the AM37 that aims to apply the Aston design aesthetic to sea-going vehicles. (Yes, James Bond did have a car that went underwater, but that one was a Lotus, not an Aston Martin.)
Summer is a torturous time, trying to decide whether to make your weekendgetaway by land or sea. Well the Sealander eliminates that quandary, since it travels equally well on the surf as it does on the turf.