Running aground is inevitable, so if you are tired of buying new props and fixing fiberglass, the Lazzarini Design Project Pagurus is an amphibian “Crabmaran”. That’s right, once your fun on the sea is over, it can crawl onto the beach to deploy your supercar. Each hull has a conventional propeller, but the real treat is a rotating Archimedes’ screw. Water friction causes the screw to spin, which will recharge the yacht’s batteries while sailing. Power can also be harvested from the sun via solar panels. As for the inside, the layouts of the Crabmaran allow either hull to include bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom. In order to travel between the hulls, there’s a steel bridge structure that connects the two. Just like their other inspirations, Pagurus combines Italian design with a glimpse of the future.
If you need something more traditional, these rugged yet luxurious center consoles mean you can have it all.
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