Shell Ship

Shell Ship

Shells have long been admired for their beauty, as a symbol of nature, and as a reminder of the sea. The Conch superyacht takes inspiration from the swirling twists and fluid shapes of a variety of these ocean objects. Fit with modern toys, this is one eye-catching design.

0 Designer: McDiarmid Design

Someone Get Me This Yacht

Someone Get Me This Yacht

This is one hot yacht! The Spiritum 57′s sleek looks were designed to be both subtle and aggressive, perfect for the enthusiast who enjoys luxury but also has a wild side.  Packing 4 Volvo Penta engines, it doesn’t lack in the speed department either. A telescopic hidden staircase & swimming platform extend from the port side, allowing easy access to the water while providing additional exterior & interior space. A deluxe entertainment system & additional swimming platform that extends from the stern make this the perfect yacht for entertaining.

0 Designers: Various

Refined Yacht

Refined Yacht

Inspired by the form of the wake it creates, the 77 foot, 40 ton Speedline yacht has all the Italian refinement and style you’d expect from a designer with a name like Pietro Russomanno. The reverse bow’s sinuous curves form ridges that hug the rear superstructure while a continuous strip of glass wraps elegantly around the main cabin, illuminating the 8 bunks and other facilities of the interior. Minimal styling in pure white and wood enhance its overall beauty inside and out.

0 Designer: Pietro Russomanno

Hold On to Your Briefcases

Hold On to Your Briefcases

The VT36, is geared towards business professionals looking for a unique transportation alternative to the gridlocked streets of seaside cities like New York, Singapore, Shangai, and Dubai. The bullet shaped 36′ long speed yacht aims to provide a quick link between marina systems & business districts while providing simple comfort to passengers. Swivel seats can be adjusted for face-to-face meetings on the run, or positioned forward for windblown wake up call before the A.M. shift.

0 Designer: Hyun-Seok Kim

More Speed, More Fun

More Speed, More Fun

For the ultra-rich, available hobbies are as limitless as their bank accounts. Designer Timon Sager envisions the future elite class shedding their riding boots and leaving the exotic car garaged for something even more exhilarating: a purely recreational private jet. The AvA 02 Serafim has a fighter jet aesthetic with a more customized look. Shown here in red, it’s a natural choice for adrenaline junkies.

0 Designer: Timon Sager

Explorer Yacht

Explorer Yacht

The Open Water 60 M combines the amenities of a luxury yacht & the storage capabilities of a long-distance cruiser into one superyacht with an explorer-ship aesthetic. The exterior is straightforward & follows a modern expression of form, an upcoming trend in yacht design. In the cabin, modern interior design, traditional elements, & surfaces of wood, stone, & metal fuse to create a strong contrast in texture & color while floor-to-ceiling windows emphasize the open living arrangement.

0 Designer: Motion Code: Blue

You Can Lead a Bull to Water... Period.

You Can Lead a Bull to Water… Period.

I’ll be the first (maybe in the world) to admit that I don’t love car maker Lamborghini. Don’t get me wrong, I understand it’s appeal… duh, it’s the ultimate super-car. But I just want to see something new- something unrecognizable! Well, designer Mauro Lecchi felt the same way, and now we’re getting exactly what we wanted. Introducing the Lamborghini power-yacht. This 50 foot, carbon fiber beast sports all the speed and luxury you’d expect from a super-car maker. Did I mention the prototype is under construction?! MmmHmm… check it!

0 Designer: Mauro Lecchi

Haute Yacht

Haute Yacht

If the Transformers Autobots could add a yacht to their crew, chances are it would look like something like this. The Epiphany has all of the amenities of a well-bred luxury yacht and the seductive styling of a sexy club, however, it’s paramount feature is the ability to instantly transform from streamlined speed demon to titillating pleasure boat…

0 Designers: Various

Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream G550

The ultra-long range Gulfstream G550 gets a seamless interior makeover to enhance the in-flight experience for both passenger and pilot. The leather clad cockpit features ergonomic manual controls and seating as well as the latest in light avionic technology. Passenger areas are spacious and bright, complemented by Gulfstream’s signature oval windows. iPad integration allow users to control all aspects of the cabin including climate, entertainment, and even lighting. I’ll take 2.

0 Designer: Stefan Radev

Naut Your Average Yacht

Naut Your Average Yacht

Sell the house, sell the car, sell the kids (kidding!). But seriously, the Bairim luxury-yacht by designer Timon Sager is enough to make you want to leave it all behind and hit the high seas. It’s no-resistance design is hydrodynamically optimized for cutting through rough waters. Below deck, the polished interior is enhanced by advanced comfort features and water-level floor-to-ceiling windows on the port and starboard sides. Gotta love the classic wooden deck that opens to the interior and that center stairway leading to the water.

0 Designer: Timon Sager

Some Serious Yachtness

Some Serious Yachtness

I’ll never be able to afford a yacht but I can dream and it would probably look something like the X-SYM 125 by S-MOVE Design. This spectacular naval beast looks quite jaunty, dress from bow to stern in black. The striking asymmetrical design and unique curves emote movement even at rest. It’s pretty compact, which I love, and the glowing perimeter lighting is a nice touch. I want to be captain. I want this yacht.

0 Designer: S-MOVE DESIGN

Look Carefully; It’s a Transparent TV!

Look Carefully; It’s a Transparent TV!

Ask yourself, “what’s the next step in television innovation?” The answer is transparency – an invisible flatscreen that blends into the home environment when not in use, much like the Loewe Invisio. This magnificent TV is not a big black blot in standby mode, like how all television sets are. It’s a clear, frameless glass surface that keeps the room in its “visually unaltered” state.

0 Designer: Michael Friebe

Think Japanese Minimalism

Think Japanese Minimalism

I’m enamored with two products by Japanese studio h220430. The Tokonoma is a display shelf of sorts that puts Japanese minimalism front and center. It’s different from the minimalism we’re used to seeing from the west which is often described as stark and cold. There’s something intrinsically warm about the Japanese variant. It’s subtle and enriches anything placed on top.

0 Designer: h220430 Studio