Not just any luxurious yacht, the Seaxplorer Expedition Yacht is designed to take passengers to the most remote waters on Earth, including Antarctica. This is all made possible with its patented hull design and heavy ice reinforcement, without comprising any comforts. Inside, there's a master suite, living area, kitchen, Jacuzzi deck, and lots more. That's not all, this vessel is also fully autonomous, which means it can stay at sea for up to 40-days at a time. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing an unsuspecting surprise a guy found inside a tree that had just been cut down.
You may have seen the Jet Capsule before, but for 2016, the company has unveiled several new features, including a full carbon body. Priced from $150K, this craft can not only be equipped with a lightweight carbon Kevlar body, but also photochromic windows, a rooftop sundeck for passengers to sunbathe, full tablet controls on the inside, and even a racing-style driver's seat. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures and information.
The Mercedes-Benz ARROW460-Granturismo yacht is being called "Silver Arrow of the Seas", and rightfully so. This 46-foot watercraft is literally a floating supercar, with an interior that can comfortably accommodate up to 10 people. Featuring eucalyptus wood accents, a lux bathroom, dressing room, wine cellar, ice-making machine, high-end audio system and even central air conditioning. What really stands out are its two Yanmar 6LY3-ETP diesel engines that produce a monstrous 960-horsepower combined. Continue reading for a video tour, more pictures and additional information.
Why bother with personal submarines, when you could be staying in a floating UFO (Unidentified Floating Object) capsule, complete with an underwater level. Each one measures 12.5-meters in diameter, and includes two habitable areas besides the outer deck: a main level that has a kitchen, and a sub-level underwater viewing area with its own bathroom. Continue reading for more pictures.
Artist Andy Yeung captured his entire series "Urban Fog" with drones, showcasing the city's amazing architectural sprawl, and its lights, from hundreds of feet above. "I've seen a lot of amazing fog-themed photographs taken in the day time and I think it would be interesting to capture Hong Kong in the thick mist in the night time with a drone. I named this project 'Urban Fog" because I want to present how fog is illuminated by the city lights. Hong Kong has long been a city of bright lights and you can see the various colored lights of the buildings light up the fog from underneath," Yeung told Design Boom. Continue reading for more pictures and another video.
Artist collective Meow Wolf have transformed an abandoned bowling alley in Santa Fe, New Mexico into a fantasy world of sorts, complete with 70 different spaces for one to explore, mini arcade, four tree houses, and even an interactive cave system. There's also plenty of secret passageways and rooms to discover, as guests try to figure out what exactly is going on. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Fit for a Bond villain, the Oceanco Stiletto Superyacht is basically a floating luxurious penthouse apartment. Featuring plenty of terraces, a 25-foot-long swimming pool, another pool lives surrounded by a bar, recliners, as well as a shading system, and even a helicopter landing pad. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Most tents are large and bulky, even when packed up, but one company aims to change that. Introducing "Flying Tent", a shelter that folds into a regular-sized backpack, while offering the versatility of a floating tent, bivy tent, hammock, and even a poncho in wet conditions. Continue reading for a video and more information, including the Kickstarter page.
Escape Traveler appears to be a wood shed with windows at first, but get closer, and you'll see it's a tiny, yet modern, home on wheels. The plethora of windows off an abundance of natural light, showing off its wood paneling, minimalist fixtures, a kitchentte set, and even a functional bathroom. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
This is not a horror movie, just pictures from The Land of Oz, a now-defunct amusement park located in the resort town of Beech Mountain, North Carolina, USA. Grover Robbins opened its doors in 1970, and the costumes of the actors were based more on the book descriptions until later on in the park's history when they were changed to look more like the film. Visitors could take a walk down the Yellow Brick Road, "experience" the tornado which struck Dorothy's house, and visit with the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, the Cowardly Lion and the Wicked Witch of the West. The Yellow Brick Road led to a show at the Emerald City where the characters met with the Wizard. An artificial balloon ride, a specially modified ski lift installed by Goforth Brothers, allowed visitors to get a bird's-eye view of the park and mountain scenery before leaving Oz. Continue reading for more pictures, a video and additional information.