Kitty Hawk Flyer

Designed for use over fresh water, the Kitty Hawk Flyer is an intelligent personal mobility solution. Powered by a series of propellers, it takes off and lands vertically, making it far more convenient for short jaunts across the lake than a seaplane or boat. You straddle the seat much like a motorcycle, with two sticks providing intuitive controls that take just minutes to learn. Classified as an Ultralight, the Flyer doesn't require registration or a pilot's license and will go on sale by the end of the year.

  • Volocopter 2X

    It's greener than a traditional helicopter. Quieter, too. But most of all, the Volocopter 2X is safer. Thanks to multiple redundant systems, a total of 18 rotors, and a full aircraft parachute in case everything else fails, it's arguably safer than traveling on land. Powered by electric motors, it's controlled by a simple joystick control and has features like automatic altitude control that make it even easier to fly. It can also be controlled remotely, drone-style. It's currently under development and expected to receive approval as an ultralight multi-copter next year.

  • Vard 1-08 Kilkea Superyacht

    With an ice-classed hull and ability to travel for 30 days without stopping for fuel or supplies, the Vard 1-08 Kilkea Superyacht is meant to be a true globe-explorer. Measuring in at over 250 feet, it has ample deck space, with room for a pool, glass-enclosed dining area, and helipad, while inside it has 18 cabins with enough space for up to 36 passengers. A total of four electric generators and four diesel engines drive two propellers, giving the giant vessel a cruising speed of 12 knots and a top speed of 15.4 knots. Space to stow tenders, smaller water vehicles, and even small planes ensure you can make the final leg with ease.

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