Cagnina Design has created the “ultimate weekender” Marino 52 Yacht for Alfra Vico, with luxe details like concealed teak seating, soft-top bimini and YachtStick wireless piloting system.
The Quadski personal amphibious vehicle can go up to 50 mph on land, then drive right into the water and continue on its way, thanks to retractable wheels and a buoyant body design.
To create the Lamborghini Yacht, a boat with a single large element, Mauro Lecchi took the air intake of the Reventon, transformed it into a window and included big intakes and 3 motors.
This sleek looking boat can not only skim along the surface of the water, the prototype Hyper Sub can actually dive underwater for nearly 2 hours when put into submarine mode.
Here’s the perfect gift for lazy weekend warriors who like to fish. You’ll never cast a line again with this motorized vessel lets you drive your bait to the location of your choice using a remote control.
Sure, the B+V 120 MY/X may have its own beach club, but it’s the toys that make this megayacht: it carries a helicopter, a seaplane, an amphibian car, tenders, and even a submarine.
RaphaÃ«l Domjan’s PlanetSolar is the world’s largest solar-powered vessel, and one look at its 500 square meters of solar panels proves it; the catamaran tops out at 14 knots.
In addition to his Project X watch, Daniel Craig may want a Scubacraft for his next Bond movie: it’s both a 50 mph speedboat and a submarine, able to dive up to 100 feet underwater.
It may look goofy, but there’s no denying the WaterCar Python’s street- and lake-cred: it can go 0-60 in 4.5s on asphalt and tops out at 60 mph on water thanks to V8 Corvette LS engine.
We’ve seen yachts with indoor gyms and helipads, but Wally-Hermes’ WHY Yacht asks “Why not?” and blows ’em out of the water: it features a 36 meter private beach out back.
The Colorado XT Pontoon Boat is a fishing minivan: sitting atop two 9-ft pontoons, it sports a 3-position seat, foot rests, storage basket, 20 pockets, and most importantly, cup holders.
It’s not as cool as the futuristic Infinitas, but the PJ World Yacht makes up for it with comfort: six decks of cabins, a gym, spa, movie theater and pool, plus helipad and anti-piracy measures.
This CODE X yacht concept is a 47-foot catamaran packed to the gills with tech: LED touchscreens, solar/hybrid power, a GPS virtual anchor and twin F1 engines good for 710hp.
Not the eponymous MacGuffin from the movie, but the $138 million uber-yacht: the Maltese Falcon is up for sale and is the world’s largest and fastest personal sailboat at 289 feet.
At 4,000hp, MTU’s Engine Series 4000 isn’t their most powerful engine (their Series 8000 makes 12,000hp), but if you own a 7,200 ton frigate, this twin-turbo V20 will do the job.
Ignore the recession in style with Le Breton Yachts’ SIG45; the 45 foot multihull racing yacht is made entirely from carbon fiber with a max speed of over 25 knots and quarters for six.
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