Boat of the Week: This 185-Foot Sea-Cleaning Sailboat Collects up to 3 Tons of Ocean Garbage per Hour
The “Manta” is a giant, plastic-eating catamaran that collects trash on an industrial scale. And it’s powered by renewable energy.
From luxury catamarans to a foiling surfboard, these silent, stylish rides will get you on the water without needing a drop of fuel.
The car’s panels can replenish up to 60 miles of range during the day.
The massive craft, named Florida, is a floating love letter to the southeasternmost state.
Yacht builders are designing zero-emissions yachts to compete with diesel-chugging rivals. They’re so quiet you can hear dolphins swim by.
The man behind SolarStratos becomes the first person to skydive from an electric aircraft, though the real point of the “record” is about sustainable flight.
The power catamarans are positioned far enough from each other for privacy, with a central clubhouse.
The SolarStratos will gain its power from 240 square feet of solar panels on its wings.
A Swedish design duo created the sauna-sculpture to help facilitate local discourse in a small town.