The innovative Xhibitionist yacht concept by Gray Design is inspired by the shape of a sports car. The yacht features an integrated platform that unfolds on demand to serve heliport, a Jacuzzi or a huge garage that can carry a dozen car. Read More…
Sealander built by German designer Daniel Straub, is a clever two-in-one vehicle that combines features of an electric power boat and a camping trailer. The ‘Sealander’ is not really designed for a crossing of the Atlantic, but rather to shallow waters. Sealander’s shell is made of fiberglass reinforced plastic with a double bottom to prevent sinking in case of a leakage. Power is via a 5 hp electric motor which doubles as a source of energy for on-board devices.
This incredible ‘Floating Suite’ was designed by the Dutch designers ‘Marijn Beijer + Design.’ The suite is built as a catamaran; from one side, a double bedroom open with a great view to the outside, on the other side, the bathroom. The living space in the middle is covered by a glassed roof, so all the rooms are open to the exterior. Read More…
This carbon fiber jet ski is a technologically advanced water toy as it runs with the help of high capacity batteries that are absolutely eco-friendly.
It weighs less than 50kg with batteries included.
The vehicle has zero emissions and is made of superlight materials to extend its charge and offer what Exoconcept calls “breathtaking accelerations. The Exoconcept EXO will be powered by a 7 Kwh motor, with quick-charge batteries and a silent water jet propulsion system.Lie on your front with your body partially in the water and go. It will be available from the mid of next year (2012) and will be displayed at the upcoming Cannes Boat Show 2011.
Jesper Dirk Andersen, the owner and directing manager of Dirkmarine lives on on a wooden and concrete boat in Copenhagen harbor with his family.Living on the water is popular in Denmark even though as in many other places it can be hard to find mooring.The interior of the houseboat is typically Scandinavian: white, wooden and harmony with the nature>The view is part of the decor.
Wyatt Little came up with an inexpensive housing solution for water surfaces called the Uboat. This little floating home boasts a deck on all four sides extends out to form both entry and porch space and includes a matched roofline above providing shelter and area for an extensive green roof and solar panels to generate your own green energy.
“EGO,” by Raonhaje is the world’s first compact semi submarine that doesn’t needs extensive training to be on your own in your underwater excursion. This battery powered boat-cum-submarine can be operated like a car, which explains its electric-car-like looks. An electronic accelerator pedal is applied instead of a throttle lever in the boats to work like the accelerator pedal of a the car. You can control the navigation by adding the direction switch.
The boat is piloted like a car—there’s an acceleration pedal as opposed of a throttle—meaning that you don’t need much special training to drive one around. Its battery-powered, with each charge giving you six to ten hours and a top speed of four knots, and it’s currently being shown off at the Miami boat show.
Gambo Design has developed an innovative caravan that turns into a floating house to provide a comfortable retreat on both the land and water. Dubbed the “Thansadet,” the mobile home comes equipped with all the basic amenities of modern life to accommodate a small family, up to five people, in utmost comfort. Be it land or water, the modular mobile home promises to take you to your favorite destination with ease.
Sauter Carbon Offset Design and Atlantic Motor Yachts present the Atlantic Sea Hawk, a Hi-performance Zero Carbon 18 meter Cabin Cruiser with a top speed of 50 knots.
German architects Rost Niderehe have designed a houseboat on the Eilbek canal in Hamburg, Germany. The original idea has been to design a houseboat that essentially has the character of a boat in combination with the comfort of a traditional family home.
The Seabreacher is the ultimate millionaire’s boy-toy designed and engineered exclusively for the recreational boating market. This model incorporates a jet drive for increased safety and better surface performance. It looks like a great white shark, complete with dorsal fin, gaping jaws and rows of dagger-sharp teeth. At 16.5ft in length, it is even the same size as one. Unlike the real thing, it also has a 260hp engine, which powers it to 50mph above water, and 20mph below it.