Can a gondola ever be futuristic? Apparently, it can and the Dream of Winter Gondola for Venice by Philippe Starck is an example how the future of gondola may look like.
While most custom car workshops restore classic cars to their original glory, or perhaps with some modern touches, Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini has a totally different idea of restoration.
Ten years ago, we saw an amphibious motorhome that did not hide the fact that it was a bus that swims. As it turns out, in a time way before the birth of Terra Wind, there was a similar concept called “Boaterhome” coming from an Idaho outfit called Highwave Boaterhome 2000.
For the affluent who have always wanted a matching boat and car, every year, there is a pair to look out for: the Mercedes-AMG x Cigarette Racing car and boat. This is year is no different.
Planning to visit the wreckage of Titanic that lies at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, some 13,000 feet (4,000 meters) underwater, before the so-called “extremophile bacteria” devours it clean in a couple of decades time? If so, we heard there are tours for it, but if you are more of the adventurous, James Cameron …
What you see here is the Hermes Speedster by Seven Seas Yacht. No relation to the Parisian luxury goods company, btw. Hermes is name after the Greek god of messenger who is also known for speed.
If you dig Tesla Cybertruck’s geometric aesthetic, then you love the new Narke Electrojet GT95 Electric Jet Ski. This latest electric-powered ATV of the open water touts more power and range over its predecessor.
If you think the boat you see here looks like a giant zipper pull, that is because, it was intentionally designed to look like one. Kind of whimsical, don’t you think? But why on Earth would boat designer do that? Well, that is because, the designer can. Just kidding. It’s not for any narcissist reason. …
A boat that can transform into a submarine is not new. So is a boat/sub hybrid designed to insert operatives in a covert operation, such as the JFD SEAL Carrier Swimmer Delivery Vehicle.
Who would have thought that ship would one day progress from wind-dependent to not wind-dependent to wind-dependent? The latter is exactly what the Oceanbird Cargo Vessel by Wallenius Marine is about.