Future transport photo gallery: Sea
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Plans for novel ways of travelling on the water, below it, and even flying above its surface.
The Jet, the world’s first hydrogen-powered flying boat due to be built in Dubai next year, soars 3ft above the water, powered by two hydrogen fuel cells.
Solar Express, a 427ft superyacht concept from Anthony Glasson of design studio M51, is covered tip to tail with solar panels for cleaner cruising.
U-Boat Worx has updated the design of its three-person Super Sub, an ultra-luxury submersible with a depth rating of 300m and increased top speed of up to 10 knots.
Designed by architects Van Geest Design and naval engineering company Rob Doyle Design, Domus is a 130ft solar-electric trimaran shaped like an ancient Roman house.
The Candela P-12 Shuttle hydrofoil electric ferry is set to be the world’s fastest electric ship when it hits Stockholm’s waters next year, with a speed of 30 knots.
The Epiphany superyacht from Steve Kozloff Designs boasts its own private submarine and seaplane, and an interior spread across three decks.
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