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A couple of days ago I told you about the glass bottom boats. Now I’m going to present you the personal “underwater boat”. This personal submersible is developed by U-Boat Worx and is based on a concept that combines the characteristics of a submersible -"the underwater part"- , with those of a normal boat -"the boat part". The main advantage of an Underwater Boat compared to the classic submersible is the ease with which they can be launched and operated in almost all (...)
Source: U-Boat Works
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The Sea Orbiter is a new scientific vessel that will allow the study of marine life. This vessel design by the French architect Jaques Rougerie contains various laboratories for studying marine life, will be 167 ft. (51 m) high, two-thirds of which will be submerged underwater. The gigantic laboratory is powered only by the sea currents and by the wind and it will take approximately two years for it to circumnavigate the earth. The Sea Orbiter has already attract the interest of (...)
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Looker a new type of boat developed by the Russian company Paritetboat will make your trips on the water unforgettable. This unique glass-bottomed boat comes in various sizes and includes a huge spheroid window made of 15mm-thick modified acrylic. The Looker range has now four models: Looker 17, Looker 25, Looker 30 and Looker 35. The inference between these models and the conventional glass-bottomed boats is the speed. The Looker range has a top speed between 35 knots (40 mph) and 40 (...)
Source: Paritetboat
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After Aquada and Quadski I think now it’s time to present you Humdinga the first “real” 4x4. No terrain, no water will ever stop Humdinga. The 5-seater Humdinga powered by a 350 BHP engine is capable of travelling on land 100 mph and on water at 40 mph. Although the new application utilizes the same patented HSA technological platform as the Aquada, it shares no common component parts or systems with its predecessor. It has been designed specifically to access remote and hostile terrain. (...)
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A couple of days ago I presented you the first amphibian car Aquada. I hope I raised your interest in the High Speed Amphibian (HSA) technology made by Gibbs Technologies Ltd. I think that now is the moment to write something about the first amphibian ATV – Quadski. Quadski – the first commercially viable high-speed amphibian Quadbike/All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) – is the third demonstration of Gibbs’ HSA technology following the successes of the Aquada and the Humdinga. Quadski, which is (...)
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What do you think about always having your catamaran near you? I think it’s a great idea! Let’s say that you’re driving your car for a couple of hours on a hot summer day and you pass near a lake and think that you really need to take a break, to relax. What’s more relaxing than sailing? Nothing! Ok, in that moment the sailing craft from MiniCat really comes on handy. The only thing you have to do is to take it out of your trunk and assemble it. After that you can enjoy a ride with your MiniCat (...)
Source: www.minicat-uk.com
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Are you sick of the trouble you have when you are trying to get your boat of the trailer into the water? You remember the time when you almost drove your car into the water? Or when you were so angry you couldn’t find a suitable place to approach your car near the water that you drove back home and forgot about your plans for that day? You’re not going to have those problems anymore because Sealegs International Ltd confirmed today that its new 23.29 ft. (7.1 m) amphibious boat is heading (...)
Source: www.sealegs.com
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Imagine a vehicle unlike any other. A vehicle that is exciting, exceptional and unique. This is the Gibbs Aquada, the vehicle that will transform your life. This exciting and unique vehicle is capable of over 100mph on land and in excess of 30mph on water. Entering the water is simple as “riding a bike”, the only think that you’ll have to do is to press a button and to drive into the water. Aquada does everything else: it raises automatically the wheels and you’ll have to accelerate to enter (...)
Source: www.gibbstech.com

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