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Skyacht One

With an ornate design inspired by a custom yacht from 1939, the Skyacht One is one of the most luxurious private jets on the planet. It's based on the Embraer Flagship Lineage 1000E, giving it a range of 4,600 nautical miles and over 4,000 cubic feet of cabin space. There's an entry way with planked and pegged bulkhead walls, a private conference room, a main cabin with a large sofa, cocktail bar, and TV, and a master suite featuring a bed, bathroom, and shower. The interior is dominated by rich leathers, mahogany paneling, and controls made from fine metals, and offers intelligent lighting that changes color to match the view from the roof-mounted, nautically-inspired SkyPorts that run the length of the cabin.

  • Kuberg Freerider Electric Bike

    Weighing under 80 lbs and capable of running for a solid hour at its top speed of 34 mph, the Kuberg Freerider Electric Bike is both sensible and exciting. It's powered by a 48V motor installed in a powder-coated steel tube frame, and has a long-travel suspension and Maxxis Creepy Crawler tires for handing tough terrain. A hydraulic disc brake system up front is there to slow things down when necessary, and its aggressive design means it's as nice to look at as it is to ride.

  • Bugatti x Palmer Johnson Yacht

    Combining elements from the French comany's most iconic cars and the yacht builder's most technologically advanced boats, the Bugatti x Palmer Johnson Yacht is the ideal seafaring accompaniment to the strictly land-based Veyron. Available in three lengths — measuring 42, 63, and 88 feet — the boat features a carbon fiber mono-hull with two sponsons for added stability both at speed and when docked. The dropped shoulder line recalls the Bugatti Type 57 C Atalante, while the balanced proportions harken back to the Type 41 Royale. With an interior outfitted with materials like titanium and morta oak wood and a top speed of 38 knots, it's a vessel company founder Ettore Bugatti (a boat and yacht designer himself) would be proud of.