It may not look like much, but this circular boat’s got it where it counts. The Angler 360 gives you a 360º vantage point at all times, turns on a dime and is extremely buoyant. It has large compartments, rod holders and more.
Yachts? Pfff. Go Ron Swanson with your seafaring and get a proper man’s ship. Craftsmen at Denmark’s The Viking Ship Museum handbuild made-to-order ships using the techniques and tools used in the Viking Era.
Designed by Lujac Desautel, this yacht is like a section of an upscale skyscraper set afloat. The large glass windows reflect the surrounding waters, and the structure offers dedicated living spaces for passengers and crew.
Built from 28 sections of 3D printed ABS plastic screwed and caulked together, this colorful kayak was constructed by Grass Roots Engineering using a special oversize 3D printer. It’s completely watertight, and yes, it does float.
We’re pretty sure the captain of this boat knew the boats on either side of him were being scrapped when he wedged himself in between them, but we’re still impressed with his skill in doing it without making more of a mess.
Sky-Yacht’s Joyboat is an electric boat that is steered with a joystick. It carries up to 5 people and its batteries last up to 8h on average speed. The Prestige Version comes with GPS, cruise control and a Bluetooth audio system.
Designed to combine the thrill of go-karting with water sports, the WoKart is a single-seat, virtually unflippable, personal watercraft that rides like a jetski, but steers like a car – achieving speeds as high as 46mph.
You can connect up to five of your USB 2.0 devices and defeat disorganization before it sinks you with this battleship-inspired USB hub from Kikkerland. If a ship in port is safe, what are five ports in ship?
A compact luxury boat measuring just 23 feet-long, but available in configurations that can carry up to nine passengers, or a comfort model with a kitchen, private bathroom and two sofas that transform into a double bed.
We’ve all seen how nasty waves can get for fishermen on The Deadliest Catch. Though it seems they’ve done a better job bolting things down on their boats than these guys have done. Maybe they need seatbelts for their couch?
Point 65 specializes in take-apart kayaks. The Mercury in particular splits into three parts small enough to fit in the back of a small SUV or crossover. You can also link two cockpits together to create a longer tandem kayak.
One of the biggest risks boats face is capsizing from large waves. Check out this amazing technology which creates inverse waves inside the boat to keep it from rocking. The boat model on the left has the system in place.
No, this is not a prop from some unreleased film adaptation of Spy Hunter. The Xhibitionist is just one of the many impressive luxury vehicle concepts that Gray Design has developed. Check out the site but be prepared to swoon.
So you’re hanging out on the beach, taking in a warm, sunny day when this happens. A massive 600-ton Russian military hovercraft decides to take over the place. No amount of SPF will protect you from this.
The Balmain Boat Company sells flat-packed mini rowboat and sailboat kits. Each kit has most of what you need to build the boat, including nails and screws. It takes about 30 hours to put a boat together.
A boat captain takes an impressive 90-degree “drift” turn through the challenging canals of Amsterdam in a long sightseeing boat. Though we’d hate to know what would have happened if he miscalculated the turn.
Based on a true story, Tom Hanks is the skipper of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in 200 years by Somali pirates in 2009, in Paul Greengrass’ Captain Phillips.
According to YouTuber Haywiredigital, the boat on fire was carrying two big tanks of gas and the wind was carrying the boat to shore. Good thing a quick thinker on a nearby jet boat came to save the day.