What do men want? This seemingly insidious question has a relatively easy solution. Who wouldn't like to find a luxury flying yacht controlled by a revolutionary joystick under the Christmas tree and enjoy the incredibly amazing experience of flying above the water?
Experience the excitement of a "flight"!
Have you ever seen a captain sitting in the fore of a ship, holding a joystick in his hands instead of a rudder? You might think we're describing a scene from a science fiction movie, but you couldn't be more wrong! The luxury yacht Folier 2020 is an absolute rarity and, above all, reality! The first flying yacht was designed by ENATA, a company focusing on 4 areas: boats, aviation, industry and architecture. All of their experience from these fields was used in the construction of this fabulous yacht.
Adrenaline junkies will certainly be pleased by the yacht's maximum speed of 40 knots, which means you'll be speeding at 74 km/h! This is courtesy of two electric "torpedoes" powered by a pair of hybrid diesel engines from the BMW workshop with an output of 740 hp. If you're into sustainable ecology, you will be glad to hear that everything works just as well in electric mode. On the one hand, it is quieter, slower, making only 10 knots or 18 km/h, but on the other hand it's very ecological. The body of the yacht is built of carbon fiber, making it as light and strong as possible. Bottom line, you can look forward to feeling the wind in your hair.
The creators of the yacht thought of everything!
The yacht keeps you dry, protected from water splashes, virtually eliminating seasickness. The builders were also concerned with providing maximum comfort for the passengers. The days when your back ached at every collision with a wave or every splash are over. Thanks to its dimensions, the yacht will easily fit into your garage. The controls are very practical, or as they say "smart," as proven by a single button. Press it and the water wings will immediately retract, allowing you to sail in waters with a depth of 60 cm.
So far, its price is a big mystery, but you'll be able to pre-order it soon. The first yachts should be delivered to their owners within 365 days.