Designed and developed by The Italian Sea Group with collaborative contribution from Lamborghini’s Centro Stile, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 Yacht is luxury yacht/speedboat that drew its inspiration from the supercar maker’s hybrid supercar, the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37.
So, you don’t trust a houseboat trike to take you across the lake? Well then, you may want to look at the 1964 Amphicar Model 770. Oh, wait. You can’t. Somebody snapped it up on May 8th for US$59,000 when it was put on the block on Bring A Trailer. But anyways… it is good […]
Reassure that while the Zeltini Z-Triton Houseboat Trike looks like shrunk down version of the Navy’s stealth warship, it is not. The multifaceted design is not designed with the intention of evading radar.
As cool as personal submarines are, you can’t share the experience with more than one person. If you are really, really rich and fond of sharing, the Triton Submarines DeepView 24 Submarine should be the sub you want.
It is an odd time to be launching anything, submarine included. But here it is, the new personal submarine from U-Boat Worx, Nemo. Clearly, this ain’t no Captain Nemo’s Nautilus, but I am sure the fictional undersea explorer will be proud. Though he would probably not approve a 2-seater sub.
This is Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force’s 11th Soryu-class diesel-electric attack submarine, the JS Ōryū, and it is the world’s first boat of its class to be powered by lithium-ion batteries. Yup. Li-ion. The same battery technology that is currently used in hundreds of thousands of phone across the world.
Can inflatable boats ever be stylish? Well, they apparently can, according to Yamaha Motor and its new YAM inflatable boat range for 2020. If we can be honest, we attribute to the awesome photography that drew us to them.
The world’s largest navy, the U.S. Navy, has just took delivery of its 10th Freedom-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), the Littoral Combat Ship 19 USS St. Louis. If you haven’t already heard, LCS is a flexible warship designed with adaptability in mind that would allow it to be outfitted to specific mission.
Folks, this is the Carapace. It is a 256 feet (78 meters) luxury superyacht/submarine hybrid that offers billionaire and his/her entourage the luxury of yachting as well as the privacy of a submarine. It can accommodate up to 11 guests across its 6 cabins, and it is manned by a crew of 15.
Love boating so much that you wish you could live on your beloved boat? Well, with the Mansion Yachts Cubic Yacht you can. Now. Yachts fit for living are not news. It is safe to say all superyachts are fit for living. One recent example would be the Royal Falcon One.