Seabreacher

Seabreacher - Disguised as Jaws

When you first see a Seabreacher – on dry land – you can’t help but feel that this watercraft must surely have been dreamt up by a bunch of testosterone fuelled teenagers. However, once you witness the cyborg marine mammal slide through, dive under and jump out

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Santa Cruz II

Santa Cruz II Yacht Exterior

Santa Cruz II is a Galapagos cruise aboard a state-of-the-art cruiser of the same name. The promise at the outset is a first-hand insight into the unique natural beauties and endemic species of the islands. The cruiser’s 50 contemporary cabins are spread over three decks and can

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Iguana Yachts

Iguana Yachts IG29 - Off Road - Marine

Like its namesake, the IG29 from Iguana yachts adapts to its surroundings, though not by changing its colour. The IG29 adapts to its surroundings by shape shifting or rather repurposing itself.  On water the IG29 is a high performance boat, but unlike many other boats, when it comes to land the IG29 adapts

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Seabob F5-S by Cayago

Seabob F5-S by Cayago

In 1965 Ian Fleming’s ‘Thunderball’ was released. With Sean Connery portraying the charismatic, womanising spy that everyone loves.  As always the movie showcased a host of gadgets that had audiences in awe.  One such gadget was the underwater sled used to propel the hero into an epic underwater battle. Fast-forward a quarter

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The Ziesel

The Ziesel -Mobilty-Revolution-experience

Since 1985, when Sir Clive Sinclair launched the C5, engineers worldwide have designed and created electric vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Unlike traditional electric vehicles that are either redesigned existing vehicles or simply a form of personal mobility vehicle created for the urban environment, the Ziesel is an all-terrain, on and off-road sport

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U-Boat Worx Submersibles

U-Boat Worx Submersibles - 5-five-person-exploration-submarine

Diving deep into the unknown is no longer a luxury reserved for scientists and deep ocean adventurers.  Gone are the days when one would need a plethora of financial backers and a scientific reason to simply get a glimpse of what lies below the surface. Committed to building value for money

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Baumraum Treehouse Designers

Baumraum Treehouse Designers - Night

Having a rich and long history, treehouses can be traced as far back as the middle ages when Franciscan monks used basic rooms built in the trees as place to meditate in. During the 1500’s a treehouse was considered a ‘must have’ in Florentine gardens. From Royalty to heads of state, even the venerable

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Hellgeth BV206 CDI

Hellgeth BV206 CDI - Off-Road

From the snow bound poles to the desert of the Middle East and the jungles of Africa, the BV206 has conquered them all. Initially developed by Hägglunds in 1974 as an articulated all-terrain amphibious tracked carrier.   The BV206 was originally developed for the snow and bog lands of northern Sweden.  The first production models were

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Schiller X1

With estimated number of cyclists in the world being between two and four billion people. With all of these people riding on a third of the world’s surface area, it’s no wonder the Schiller X1 water bike was created. Designed and engineered to bring the excitement of cycling to the open

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