Watercraft

  • FlyNano Electric Jet Ski Plane

    FlyNano Electric Jet Ski Plane

    Propelling boys’ toys to whole new possibilities, the FlyNano Electric Jet Ski Plane, might not soar as high as some of its airborne brethren but what truly sets it apart is that this one can be flown sans pilot license. The only catch is still a fun one–it rides a few feet above the water, but who cares about such limitations (if you can call it that) when the wind’s blowing through your hair at 75mph.

     
  • Lexus LY 650 Yacht

    Lexus LY 650 Yacht

    We’re only three weeks into the year yet this is already one of our favorite things of 2019. The Lexus LY 650 Yacht is the company’s first, built in collaboration with the Marquis-Larson Boat Group, a 65-foot beast that boasts all the expected Lexus luxury and technology, with three staterooms and several entertainment and lounge areas. Expect to see this beauty creeping over the horizon late this year.

     
  • Q30 Electric Boat

    Q30 Electric Boat

    The time is right for the Q30 Electric Boat–the 100% electric motor yacht. Made with the primary purpose of enjoyment by experienced sailors and leisure passengers alike, the Q-Yacht offers spacious interiors and touch screen operations at the helm. The hydrodynamically optimized hull produces minimal wakes and a boat that is simple to operate. The electric engine provides the smoothest and quietest motorboat on the market.

     
  • Seakart Hybrid Watercraft

    Seakart Hybrid Watercraft

    The Seakart 335 is an inflatable watercraft built for speed and comfort when you want to enjoy a day out at the sea with your friends. It’s a cross between a jet ski and an inflatable boat. The Seakart can travel at sensible speeds and the fact that it is easy to drive means it can be controlled by novice drivers. It has a strong Yamaha 110 (or 180) CV engine fed by a 17-gallon engine so you can enjoy …cotinue reading

     
  • Seabubbles River Taxis

    Seabubbles River Taxis

    Experience the next best thing to flying cars by taking a ride in one of these futuristic Sea Bubbles. These all-electric pods travel along the water at speeds up to 12kmph and use foils to hover above the surface so you can float around in style without worrying about seasickness. One of the electric charging stations could be coming to an area near you, as the company hopes to offer its app-based service in more than 50 cities within the …cotinue reading

     
  • Foiler Flying Yacht

    Foiler Flying Yacht

    You kind of get a pair of terrific transport modes in one with the fabulous Foiler Flying Yacht that will fling you, part across the waves, part above them, at speeds of 40 knots. The revolutionary vessel “hovers” at 1.5 meters over the water, propelled by a couple of diesel and electric 320hps BMW engines and customized electric torpedoes.

     
  • Flyride Personal Watercraft

    Flyride Personal Watercraft

    Zapata has a new watercraft that lets you leave the water and fly. It’s also easy to ride. The Flyride Personal Watercraft uses a water jet thrust attached to a jet ski hose. As water runs up the middle of the bike and is forced out through twin steerable jets at the front, it is propelled into the air. Self-balancing sensors keep you flying upright. This awesome new vehicle has four different flight modes, throttle assistance, and an automated takeoff …cotinue reading

     
  • U-Boat Worx Cruise Series Submarines

    U-Boat Worx Cruise Series Submarines

    We know more about the surface of the moon than we do about what’s going on beneath the waves, so do your bit for science and get exploring the ocean in what is one of the coolest and sexiest contraptions we’ve ever feasted our GearCulture peepers on. The U-Boat Worx Cruise Series Submarines can reach depths of up 1,700 meters, with up to 11 onboard. Customization options include privacy screens, toilets and lounge seating.