Watercraft

  • Kormaran

    Kormaran

    What do you get if you mix a monohull, a catamaran, a trimaran and a whole heap of badassness? This. The Kormaran promises to be the new king of the waves, offering speed, luxury and style. It’s forged from carbon fiber and can transform, Optimus Prime-like, while on the move.

     
  • Quadrofoil

    Quadrofoil

    Carve out some waves with a clear conscience with the sublime Qudrofoil, the world’s first all-electric hydrofoiling personal watercraft. Its maintenance costs are nearly as low as its emissions (which are zero, by the way), all of which are inversely proportional to the amount of fun it provides. The aerodynamic design slices through the waves at up to 20 knots, and its silent motor means you can take it anywhere. Well, anywhere there’s water, obviously.

     
  • Strand Craft V8 Wet Rod

    Strand Craft V8 Wet Rod

    The Great Gatsby of jet skis, the Strand Craft V8 Wet Rod will churn up so much foam you’ll part the sea like Moses. Its roaring V8 sports supercar-like stats include 300 hp and a top speed of 65mph which out on the waves will feel like you’re outrunning lightning. There’s waterproof luggage and ice boxes and you can even opt for a sound system too.  

     
  • C-Explorer 3 Submersible

    C-Explorer 3 Submersible

    Live in your very own yellow — or orange — submarine thanks to the C-Explorer Submersible which blends the reliability and experience of the C-Quester with an economic and versatile work platform. Perfect for research or just downright sub-aqua fun, it sports a full 360-degree acrylic pressure hull which can cruise at 3 knots. Optional equipment includes HD cameras, manipulator arms and high-intensity beams.

     
  • Riva Miami 88

    Riva Miami 88

    If you’re fortunate enough to be on the lookout for a super-yacht, we reckon you can’t go wrong with this little beauty. The Riva Miami 88 features an exclusive convertible top system and two MTU 16V 2000 M93, 2435 mhp, good for a maximum speed of 38.5, or 34 knots for cruising. Expect a range of 315 and 340 nautical miles and some very envious looks.

     
  • Lujac Desautel Glass Yacht

    Lujac Desautel Glass Yacht

    Easily one of the best vessel we’ve seen, the Glass Yacht by Lujac Desautel is a luxury mega yacht inspired by skyscrapers and, um, LEGO blocks. On board, you’ll enjoy amenities like floor-to-ceiling windows, swimming pools, a staircase that doubles as a stage and glass elevators. Like a skyscraper built atop a SWATH (Small Water-plane Area Twin Hull) platform, it features three block-like volumes stacked on top of each other, with an internal elevator to move between floors, connecting all the different areas of the boat, and passing …cotinue reading