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Polar Opposites

A journey north to one of the harshest, remotest spots on Earth couldn’t be more luxurious. 

By Michael Verdon


Sikorsky’s S-76 Helicopter Has Transported Big Spenders for Decades, and It’s Not Dead Yet

Although the chopper is being phased out, experts say it’s still viable transportation for another decade.

By Michael Verdon


Making Waves

Five of the season’s most interesting launches were put through their paces in the Med—with each yacht bringing something new to the water.

By Michael Verdon


We Tested the Best All-Electric Boats on the Water. Here Are Our 3 Favourites.

A number of battery-powered models were put to the test—these three surged past expectations.

By Michael Verdon


Japan Airlines Unveils A New First-Class Suite With A Double Bed

The new suites, 1.5 times larger than the previous configuration, will be part of JAL’s flagship Airbus A350-1000 fleet.

By Michael Verdon


This New 279-Foot Gigayacht Concept Comes With Its Own Revolving Lounge

“Project Life” wants to reinvent onboard living by reinterpreting many givens of yacht design. The builder also announced other cutting-edge projects at the Monaco Yacht Show.

By Michael Verdon


Australia Takes Home The SailGP Championship

Despite a smooth start and solid lead, the homegrown team—and reigning champions—almost fumbled the $1.5 million finale.

By Michael Verdon


This 90-Metre Gigayacht Has A Pool That Transforms Into A Dance Floor

“Norn” is the second vessel the German builder Lurssen has made for the same owners in the last 20 years.

By Michael Verdon


This Hypersonic Plane Flys From New York To Tokyo In An Hour

Texas-based Venus Aerospace is working with rotating-detonation propulsion technology to turn the “Stargazer” from sci-concept to Mach-9 business jet that flies at 11110km/h.

By Michael Verdon


The World’s Fastest eVTOL Is Here

Alauda’s Airspeeder MK-4, which promises a top speed of 360 km/h, will be used for racing.

By Michael Verdon


Radical, Fuel-Efficient ‘Flying V’ Airplane Could Replace Jumbo Jets

The 315-passenger jet flies like other commercial airliners its size, according to recent tests, but is 20 percent more fuel efficient. Plus, it just looks a lot cooler.

By Michael Verdon



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