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Pyle Seadoo Marine Vehicle

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yle Seadoo was a creation of Manny Maddog Machado of Maddog Audio in Miami Florida. The Seadoo started out as a base 5 passenger speedster, and was transformed into a 4 passenger ocean cruiser. Powered by 2 head units - Pyle’s PLCD15MR and PLTVD7IN - it not only sounds incredible but also allows for water resistant enjoyment of your favorite DVD videos. The rest of the installation consists of 3 amplifiers - two PLMRA420 amplifiers, and one PLMRA220 - powering a total of 10 speakers and 3 subwoofers.

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0 comment filed    8:02 am    January 10th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Jicoo Floating Bar

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The Jicco Floating Bar ferries Tokyo barflys around the city enclosed in a Flash Gordon-esque ship while the floor of the vessel changes colors–for that warp drive effect. You can get a taste of spaceship life for just 2,500 yen ($21 U.S.). And, if you really want to let your geek-turned-pimp flag fly, the vessel is also available for private parties.

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0 comment filed    7:30 am    October 16th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Hydroptere Flying Yacht

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The 60-foot Hydroptere sailing yacht can’t fly high above the water but, it can rise up and glide over waves instead of running through them allowing it to reach mind-boggling speeds. When the wind is at swift speeds, the carbon fiber ailerons stay in contact with the water while the rest of the boat flies over the waves.

0 comment filed    7:15 am    August 7th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Gibbs Aquada: First Boatmobile You Can (Almost) Afford

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UK based Gibbs Technologies, a pioneer in high speed amphibian technology, has plans to bring its high-speed, cool amphibious vehicles to the United States. One of the three companies formed in U.S., the Gibbs Amphibians will be responsible for the sales and marketing of the Aquada that can reach the speeds of 30 mph on water. The door-less Aquada has a powerful four-cylinder, 175-hp V6 engine under its hood. For your info, the design work for the Aquada was started in Detroit in 1997 by a team of over 20 engineers. It was later taken to UK for further development.

0 comment filed    7:21 am    June 16th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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SeaPhantom : Helicopter Speed At A Powerboat Price

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The boat you see here is a 30-foot concept from designer David Borman. He has designed and developed it to be the efficient future of transport. “That Wally powerboat, which I think is $20 million for the 50 footer, it sucks down something like 2,000 gallons of fuel an hour and it only does 70mph. I’ll be using less than a tenth of that amount of fuel going twice as fast.”

0 comment filed    4:51 am    February 9th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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