You’re the type of person who enjoys flying kites and sailing boats, the Kite Boat designed by Monique Mindeis at POLOUS DESIGN is your dream come true. The Powerkite Kite Boat offers the agility of kiting and the comfort of sailing for two persons. A folding seat in the back lets you take your friend along. Cruising up against the wind works very well for the Kite Boat. The driver can win height from the first hour comfortably, in contrast to kite surfing, where this process needs very much practice. Some define kitesailing as being pushed by a kite in some vessel allowing the kite forces being transferred through the body of the driver and another definition says that kitesailing means that some vessel itself is being pushed by the kite. The Kite Boat by Monique Mindeis enjoys ringmast technology to satisfy both definitions. No idea if it’s eco-friendly too like the Kite Sailing Kitano Yacht, but it’s a stylish design, good enough to turn more than a few heads.
Stealth-looking 118 WallyPower is a high performance superyacht integrating technology with design, resulting with unique and marked characteristics like the vertical bow, the air inlets, and the deck superstructure. Titanium, carbon fiber & traditional teakwood combine with 60 knots of speed to create a unique luxury motoryacht. Only $24.8 million with triple gas turbines. Italian made by Intermarine.
Whoa! This is a luxury yacht worth waiting for. Inspired by an oceanic fish, the Oculus is a 250-foot luxury yacht designed by E. Kevin Schöpfer for Schöpfer Yachts LLC. Everything kept aside, the unique shape of the Oculus is awe-inspiring. The exterior styling resembles the jaw and eye socket bone structure of a large oceanic fish. Featuring a reverse bow configuration, the Oculus’ armature offers a perfect blend of symmetry and structure. The luxury yacht can accommodate 12 guests in great comfort and style and can rip the waters with speeds upwards of 25 knots. The interiors of the yacht feature a 12 foot high ceiling in the main salon, a cylindrical double height dining room, central stair and elevator tube, and floor lighting extensions.
Since we have been chasing most of the eco-friendly sail boats since some time now, its time to bring one more avant-garde green conceptual boat to your notice. Designed by Hakan Gürsu and Sözüm Doganof Turkish design firm Designnobis Studio, this lightweight, futuristic boat cuts the waters using solid sails, wind power and solar energy. Dubbed as Volitan, which literally means flying fish, this 105-foot water mammoth, is crafted from a composite of carbon fiber and epoxy resin and covered in carbon-foam lamination. Roll over more a descriptive video……
If you have a limousine, a jet place and a yacht then the only next step for you is a personal submarine. This isn’t an idea to be scoffed at anymore, because the Phoenix 1000 is just that. It is a large affair with an interior area of more than 5000 square feet. The significant volume, coupled with very large acrylic view ports, and the potential for relatively large open spaces, results in a vehicle as luxurious as the finest of motor yachts. Although, I personally think a submarine is way cooler than any yacht can ever be, because yachts are so passe and very common. Also, the submarine gives you a chance to explore the depths of the ocean, the life that exists under the sea. Who knows, you might come across Spongebob or Ariel. On a more serious note, Phoenix is capable of making trans-Atlantic crossings at 16 knots yet can dive along the route and explore the continental margins of some of the most fascinating waters of the world. And if the surface of the water gets a bit too choppy, don’t worry because the submarine can submerge into a perfectly smooth and quiet environment. I guess this puts an end to sea sickness.