The flying megayacht: Italian designer devises exclusive catamaran blimp

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The aerospace industry is currently living through an era of innovation, unlike anything it has seen in recent years. From drones and air taxis to sea gliders and new clean propulsion technologies, it seems that the floodgates of creativity are wide open following decades of slow but steady incremental advances. Even airships may be about to stage a comeback .

This passion for innovation is encouraging entrepreneurs from across the globe to propose ever more outlandish concepts — one of which is the eye-catching Air Yacht, a hybrid vehicle that looks like a crossover between an airship and a catamaran.

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This futuristic aircraft is the work of Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini, founder of Rome -based Lazzarini Design Studio, which has designed a number of innovative projects for the automotive, yachting and aerospace industries.

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Composed of two large parallel blimps linked together by carbon fiber bridges that hold the whole structure together, the amphibious Air Yacht would be able to move almost seamlessly through the air and water. Passengers and cargo would travel in a rigid, aerodynamic cabin between the two blimp structures.

This levitating contraption, which would be powered by hydrogen and solar power from its rooftop panels, would be able to reach speeds of up 70 knots (nearly 81 mph) when flying and 5 knots (almost 6 mph) when sailing, its designers say.

The choice of hydrogen is an interesting one, as other recent airship projects have opted to use helium instead of hydrogen.

Asked about this decision, a spokesperson at the design studio said it opted for hydrogen due to its larger lifting power, which makes it possible to limit the volume of the blimps. Despite hydrogen being flammable, current technologies and materials make it possible to use the gas safely and securely, the studio says.

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While the original concept measured a whopping 265 meters (869 feet) long and was capable of carrying 200 passengers, the latest iteration is much more compact at 100 meters (328 feet) long. (Presumably, it would have a somewhat lower payload, too.)

The Air Yacht has a stated flying endurance of 48 hours, and it is being designed to allow for boarding and deboarding while on the move. Helicopters would be able to land on a helipad located on top of the cabin to drop off or pick up passengers, the studio says.

Given the limited number of travelers with access to helicopters, it's not surprising that the aircraft concept is targeted at wealthy individuals as a flying megayacht of sorts. The luxe cabin design features a shipowner's suite that occupies the central space and provides 360-degree views. Additionally, there are five smaller suites, plus a large area for lounging and dining.

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Although Lazzarini Design Studio has yet to secure investors for the Air Yacht, the studio is moving forward with testing a 30-meter (98-foot) scale model in Germany later this year.

There will likely be some unexpected challenges in this next phase of the Air Yacht's production journey, and only time will tell whether this latest aircraft will help spark a renewed interest in airships.

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AirYacht reveals radical 52m airship-yacht crossover concept

Flying yachts, once the stuff of our wildest, most outlandish dreams, are slowly inching closer to a reality. As the industry prepares for the 2022 Superyacht Design Festival , BOAT catches up with  Guillaume Hoddé, co-founder of AirYacht, and Franck Darnet, the yacht's designer, to learn more about an exciting concept that's set to take to the skies in 2026...

Swiss company AirYacht has unveiled a radical new concept that marries the flying power of an airship with the luxury amenities of a superyacht.

Capable of flying between 100 to 3,000 metres above the ground with an autonomous cruising time of around one week, the AirYacht's groundbreaking design is composed of two separate modules: a 200-metre helium-filled airship attached to an ultra-lightweight all-carbon 52-metre superyacht residence.  

The three-storey residence can be landed in its entirety or it can deploy a 12-person elevator to allow guests to disembark for a quick stopover.

Each module has its own complement of crew - the airship will have a crew of three and the residence will have a crew of 12. 

The AirYacht is the brainchild of Guillaume Hoddé and Matthieu Ozanne, who founded the company in 2017 and enlisted the design expertise of Franck Darnet , who most recently worked on the exteriors of 63.8 metre Atomic . Born in Nantes and immersed in the world of Vendée Globe racing boats, Darnet has a masterful knowledge of "weight performance" technology that makes him uniquely suited to the challenges of airborne yachts. 

The residence will have the same layout as a superyacht, with three decks, 750 square metres of indoor space and amenities including a gym, sauna, swimming pool and touch and go helipad.

Accommodation is provided for between ten and 12 guests in a five or six-cabin layout. Terraces, which can be used while the AirYacht is both underway and stationary, flank the starboard and port sides and there is an additional 120 square metre terrace-style lounge on the aft. 

Aerodynamic shape and low weight are crucial to the design of the AirYacht. In order to keep the vessel as lightweight as possible, the residence component won’t be fitted with engines. 

This creates additional space and increased flexibility to tailor the interior layout, while also allowing the residence to be built at AirYachts’ own facility without the need for a shoreside shipyard. When the residence is detached and on water, it will be towed by its tenders. 

The AirYacht aims to give passengers the freedom to roam anywhere in the world, from lakes and seas to deserts and mountains. “On a normal superyacht you have to stay at sea. You can’t cross a hill or a mountain,” said Franck Darnet. “Most of the beautiful things that you see on our planet - some of them are next to the shore [...] but a lot of them are inland.”

In order to conceptualise the residence, Darnet had to rethink various different aspects of design. To this end, the crew quarters are in the forward upper part of the residence - in the section that ‘plugs’ into the airship - in order to give the crew to access the airship module.

The AirYacht also features large sections of glazing in the hull that allows passengers to look down, “because the most spectacular things that exist when you are flying are on the floor,” said Darnet. 

While the AirYacht will be able to fly at dizzying heights of around 3,000 metres, the vessel is designed to cruise at heights of between 100 and 200 metres to allow for crystal-clear views of the world unfolding below. 

The AirYacht will require ‘early adopters’ for it to take off - both literally and figuratively. “This isn’t a new ship, or a new yacht or new plane. This is a completely new thing,” said Guillaume Hoddé, co-founder of AirYacht. ‘New concept, new design. It’s like a dream.”

Currently, the AirYacht is powered by hybrid technology. “In ten years, we hope to have a full hydrogen version,” added Hoddé.

The first AirYacht will be able to achieve top speeds of 50 knots and the first unit is due for completion in 2026.

Guillaume Hoddé will be attending the 2022 Superyacht Design Festival to shed more light on the AirYacht and discuss the future of flying-focused yacht designs. The event will be held in Milan from 22-24 June. Tickets are still available to purchase .

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Is it a boat? Is it a plane? Well, folks, Lazzarini ’s futuristic new concept is a bit of both.

The disruptive design studio, which routinely delivers extreme marine creations , has just unveiled a flying superyacht called Air Yacht that looks as though it’s come straight from a sci-fi flick. The vessel’s tech is at the bleeding edge, too, with helium being the main source of fuel.

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Made from carbon fiber, the Air Yacht has one main 262-foot hull sandwiched between a pair of 492-foot airships. These two “floating balloons,” as Lazzarini describes them, will be divided into hives to store helium gas. Think of it as a superyacht with two blimps that can lift it to the skies.

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The Air Yacht can either fly or sail.  Lazzarini Design

The Italian outfit hasn’t gone into too much detail regarding how this propulsion actually works but says the compressed helium allows the Air Yacht to “fly” for up to 48 hours at a top speed of 60 knots. The cruiser is also equipped with eight counter-rotating electric engines powered by ultra-light batteries and solar panels. This setup enables the yacht to sail on the water at 5 knots with no noise or pollution.

“With the Air Yacht, there is a way to sail the sky without emissions damaging the future,” the studio said in a statement.

Lazzarini assures the vessel packs all the features of a typical luxury yacht as well. The central hull comprises a large dining area and living room, along with the master cabin which offers a large ensuite and sprawling panoramic views. To top it off, this hull features a helipad and swimming pool on the roof.

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The futuristic superyacht still is equipped with a swimming pool, of course.  Lazzarini Design

The two accompanying airships, meanwhile, can be accessed via four separate bridges and each offer five ensuite staterooms with expansive windows to take in the vistas when in flight.

As for who will pilot the Air Yacht, Lazzarini says the vessel is not intended for “touristic purposes.”

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The interior of the Air Yacht is fittingly modern.  Lazzarini Design

“It’s for a private owner who wants both a superyacht and evolution in aviation,” the studio adds.

Like all of Lazzarini’s creations, from the swan-shaped megayacht to the 276-foot superyacht with a giant hole in the superstructure, the Air Yacht will remain a concept until somebody chooses to make it a reality.

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The Stunning New ‘Air Yacht’ Is a Catamaran That Floats to the Skies

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The Stunning New ‘Air Yacht’ Is a Catamaran That Floats to the Skies

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Lazzarini Design Studio released its latest effort, the Air Yacht, a floating catamaran lifted by two helium-filled blimps that sit in place of a traditional twin hull, a report from New Atlas explains.

Pierpaolo Lazzarini is known for extravagant designs such as the swan-inspired Avanguardia and his hollowed-out superyacht ‘the Shape’ design. 

The Air Yacht is a new addition to Lazzarini’s series of unusual, luxurious designs. The floating catamaran is lifted by two 492 feet long (150 meters) airships connected to either side of a 262 feet long (80 meters) central hull.

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The central hull is 33 feet (10 meters) wide and allows for panoramic 360-degree views of the skies and ground below. A master cabin, dining area, and living area are located in the central hull, while the two airships each host five ensuite guest rooms with large windows, allowing for a total of 22 passengers.

A sustainable hybrid airship-superyacht

The twin airships are separated into hives that store up to 14.1 million cubic feet (400,000 cubic meters) of compressed helium gas. This allows the Air Yacht to fly at a leisurely pace of 60 knots (69 mph/111 kph) for slightly more than 48 hours before it needs to be refueled. When it’s sailing on the water, the Air Yacht moves at a speed of five knots (6 mph, 9 km/h). On top of the central hull is a helipad, presumably for passengers that have to get where they want to go a little quicker than 60 knots.

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The tops of the two airships are fitted with solar panels that help to add power to the hybrid craft’s ultra-light batteries fueling the ship’s electric rotors. The impressive design is pitched as a sustainable form of luxury travel that doubles up as a superyacht and an airship. 


Last month, another company,  California-based startup H2 Clipper, revealed a more utilitarian approach to reviving the blimp. The company  announced its plans to develop hydrogen airships that could provide zero-emission cargo transportation at a quarter of the cost of traditional air cargo. The company has a lot of hurdles to overcome before its concept can take flight, such as changing the long-held negative public perception of airships held ever since the Hindenburg disaster .

We might never see the Air Yacht concept become a reality, but we can already imagine it forming part of a dramatic set-piece in a future James Bond movie.

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​​The World’s First “Air Yacht” Would Sail in the Sky and Sea (With Zero Emissions)

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Yachts and private planes make for luxurious ways to zip from one place to another, but recently, a businessman based in Germany and Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini discovered what happens when they combine boats and jets: the ultra-sleek sky yacht. Equipped with eight counter-rotating electric engines powered by super-lightweight batteries and solar panels, the nearly 500-foot-long yacht can traverse the sky (and sea) at 60 knots for more than two days straight with zero emissions. Plus, aside from its full-electric mobility, the air yacht is sustainable in other ways too: It will be built entirely from carbon fiber, which is as high-strength as it is lightweight.

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The 500-foot futuristic vessel comprises three main parts: a central compartment with a living room and dining area flanked by two inflatable helium blimps that house 10 suites.

Lazzarini’s design looks like something out of the future: a spacious living room and dining area housed within the sky yacht’s central torpedo-shaped structure that’s connected via eight carbon bridges (four on each side) to two 150-foot-long blimps. And the blimps that contain a whopping 14,125,867 cubic feet of helium that keep the vessel high in the sky, flanking the main compartment, aren’t just there to elevate the jet: Between the two, there are 10 guest suites, all of which boast 360-degree views.

The two balloon-like compartments on either side of the impressive vessel comprise an inflatable base that allows the innovative machine to float atop the water surface when the owner is in the mood to sail the sea versus the sky. Though being able to choose which medium makes the most sense for specific destinations sounds like an ideal way to travel, the sky yacht is, unfortunately, still quite a ways off from replacing typical ships and planes. 

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The enormous sky yacht is too big to simply park at a marina while its guests climb aboard, so it comes equipped with a retractable staircase.  

For the private owner who commissioned the estimated $627,511,500 sky yacht, however, his new mode of transportation is the way of the future. In fact, Lazzarini has promised that a first-scale model prototype will lift into the air later this year, and a collection of slightly varying designs (of different lengths) is currently in the early phases of both engineering and prototyping. So, perhaps we’ll all be passengers onboard a boat that flies before the end of the decade.

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AirYacht: Redefining Luxury Travel with Innovative Airship Design

T he AirYacht project, originally slated to revolutionize luxury travel with its innovative airship and superyacht hybrid design, has faced setbacks, leading to a revised timeline for completion. Despite challenges, the project remains ambitious, aiming for a grand opening between 2027 and 2028.

Initially garnering attention for its promise of multi-functionality and versatility, the AirYacht aimed to combine air and water travel seamlessly, offering a unique experience for discerning travelers. However, recent revisions to the design have resulted in the removal of the detachable superyacht component, focusing solely on the airship aspect.

With a redesigned interior layout, increased guest capacity, and enhanced features, the AirYacht aims to redefine luxury travel while prioritizing sustainability. Equipped with advanced technology and eco-friendly systems, including energy optimization and water recycling, the project emphasizes environmental responsibility alongside luxury amenities.

Scheduled flight tests in 2026 will pave the way for the AirYacht’s public debut, with customization options available to cater to various preferences and usage scenarios. Despite evolving from its original concept, the AirYacht remains committed to delivering a truly exceptional and eco-conscious travel experience.

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Superyacht AIR features a highly sophisticated minimalistic design with a stunning interior with rare materials including palladium leaf & back-lit white onyx.

The 81m/265'9" 'Air' motor yacht built by the Dutch shipyard Feadship is available for charter for up to 12 guests in 7 cabins. This yacht features interior styling by Remi Tessier.

With an abundance of space and superlative amenities across her luxurious decks, you'll be spoilt for choice on a luxury yacht charter aboard Air. She is equipped with a helipad, beauty salon, movie theatre, spa, elevator and gym.

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Built in 2011, Air offers guest accommodation for up to 12 guests in 7 suites comprising a master suite, one VIP cabin, four double cabins and one twin cabin. There are 8 beds in total, including 1 king, 5 queen and 2 singles. Excellent service is guaranteed, with twenty-two crew members on board to look after your every need.

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On your charter, you'll find plenty to keep you busy and entertained including a state-of-the-art movie theatre for movie nights. If you're in need of indulgence, the beauty salon offers a range of treatments to pamper and restore. Relieve aches from a busy day on the water in the steam room and for the ultimate relaxation experience, she plays host to a luxury spa. Guests can enjoy a dip in the pool or elsewhere, maintain your fitness routine and work out in the well-equipped gym. Soak up the bubbles in style in the deck jacuzzi.

Air benefits from some excellent features to improve your charter including an elevator, making any part of the yacht quickly and easily accessible. Access to the most exotic destinations is easy thanks to the helipad and stay connected to the outside world on long voyages with satellite communications. Whether you want to work, use social media or stream movies on board this yacht, you can with Wi-Fi connectivity or elsewhere, you can stay comfortable on board whatever the weather, with air conditioning during your charter.

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Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, she offers greater on-board space and is more stable when at anchor thanks to her full-displacement hull. Powered by twin MTU engines, she comfortably cruises at 15 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 17 knots with a range of up to 5,000 nautical miles from her 177,000 litre fuel tanks. An advanced stabilisation system on board reduces the side-to-side roll of the yacht and promises guests exceptional comfort levels at anchor or when underway.

Equipped with an extensive selection of action-packed water toys Air lets you and your guests turn the Mediterranean into your own private playground. Principle among these are two Laser sailboats to bring out the explorer in you. Take to the sea on a Jet Ski offering you power and control on the water. Guests can experience the thrill and adventure of riding one of the two WaveRunners. If that isn't enough Air also features waterskis, a Kite Surfer, scuba diving equipment, wakeboards, kayaks and much more. Air has a 10m/32'10" Southern Ocean Marine Open Tender to transfer you from ship to shore.

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Air was the first superyacht ever built under Annex 2 of LY2 to have a fully certified commercial helicopter pad. Her unique matt black hull was painted with a specialised and eco-friendly nano coating technique.

Book your next the Mediterranean luxury yacht charter aboard Air this summer. She is also accepting bookings this winter on request.

With its superlative combination of luxurious styling and superb amenities, motor yacht Air has everything you could possibly want for unforgettable yacht charter vacations.


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For your relaxation and entertainment Air has the following facilities, for more details please speak to your yacht charter broker.

Air is reported to be available to Charter with the following recreation facilities:

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Your family and friends could learn to scuba dive on your charter vacation onboard this luxury charter yacht. Motor Yacht Air is a certified PADI Dive Centre yacht so you could obtain your PADI diving card .


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  3. Lazzarini Design's Futuristic Air Yacht Concept Travels on Water and in

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  6. Lazzarini's Air Yacht concept sails both skies and seas with zero

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  1. Air yacht

    An air yacht is a private aircraft, usually a flying boat. They developed between the wars as a recreation and status symbol for rich businessmen. The first aviation of this form developed immediately before World War I, when 'sporting' gentlemen, i.e. those both rich and with ample leisure time, could indulge in private flying. For the first ...

  2. Air Yacht

    In an uncompromising quest to achieve ultimate sailing efficiency and true luxury, the world's leading maritime architects, engineers and builders have come together to design the ultra-luxurious Air Yacht 80, built for extremely fast, high-performance blue-water cruising or lazy days anchored in secret bays. Designed for the discerning ...

  3. The 656-Foot 'AirYacht' Concept Can Bring 40 Guests Around the World

    The AirYacht's elevator is the link between the airship and the ground. AirYacht. The redesigned lounge will have about 8,600 square feet of livable space that can accommodate 10 to 40 guests ...

  4. A look at the Air Yacht, an Italian-designed flying megayacht

    The Air Yacht's central pod design has several suites, as well as a living and dining space with sleek, modern decor. (Photo courtesy of Lazzarini Design Studio) Although Lazzarini Design Studio has yet to secure investors for the Air Yacht, the studio is moving forward with testing a 30-meter (98-foot) scale model in Germany later this year.

  5. AirYacht: Radical 52m airship-yacht crossover concept unveiled

    AirYacht reveals radical 52m airship-yacht crossover concept. Flying yachts, once the stuff of our wildest, most outlandish dreams, are slowly inching closer to a reality. As the industry prepares for the 2022 Superyacht Design Festival, BOAT catches up with Guillaume Hoddé, co-founderof AirYacht, and Franck Darnet, the yacht's designer, to ...

  6. Lazzarini's Bonkers 'Air Yacht' Concept Can Fly Via Two Helium Blimps

    Made from carbon fiber, the Air Yacht has one main 262-foot hull sandwiched between a pair of 492-foot airships. These two "floating balloons," as Lazzarini describes them, will be divided ...

  7. The Stunning New 'Air Yacht' Is a Catamaran That Floats to the Skies

    The Air Yacht is a new addition to Lazzarini's series of unusual, luxurious designs. The floating catamaran is lifted by two 492 feet long (150 meters) airships connected to either side of a 262 ...

  8. Design Evolution

    Air Yacht is the result of John Mountain's uncompromising quest to find his dream catamaran, one that offers the perfect combination of speed and luxury. His goal? The efficiency, functionality and speed of a world-class performance boat combined with the profoundly luxurious live-aboard experience typically provided by superyachts. A further ...

  9. Loening C-2

    The Loening C-2 Air Yacht was an amphibious airliner produced in the United States at the end of the 1920s, developed from the OL observation aircraft the firm was producing for the US military. Design and development The C-2 was a two-bay biplane of unconventional design, with a tall, narrow fuselage that nearly filled the interplane gap. ...

  10. AIR Yacht • Augusto Perfetti $120M SuperYacht

    The Yacht Air is a striking product of Feadship's mastery, boasting a unique matte black exterior since its refit in 2016 at Feadship XL in Makkum, The Netherlands. Equipped with two MTU 16V4000 diesel engines, the Air can achieve a top speed of 17 knots and cover an impressive range of 6,400 nautical miles while cruising at 11 knots.

  11. Supermarine Air Yacht

    The Supermarine Air Yacht was a British luxury passenger-carrying flying boat. It was designed by Supermarine's chief designer R. J. Mitchell and built in Woolston, Southampton in 1929. It was commissioned by the brewing magnate Ernest Guinness, and was the first British flying yacht built to the order of a private owner. Only one machine was built.

  12. Air yacht

    An air yacht is a private aircraft, usually a flying boat. They developed between the wars as a recreation and status symbol for rich businessmen.

  13. The World's First "Air Yacht" Would Sail in the Sky and Sea (With Zero

    Lazzarini's design looks like something out of the future: a spacious living room and dining area housed within the sky yacht's central torpedo-shaped structure that's connected via eight ...

  14. AirYacht: Redefining Luxury Travel with Innovative Airship Design

    The AirYacht project, originally slated to revolutionize luxury travel with its innovative airship and superyacht hybrid design, has faced setbacks, leading to a revised timeline for completion.

  15. Bach Air Yacht

    The Bach Air Yacht was a trimotor airliner produced in the United States in the 1920s. Typical of its day, it was a high-wing braced monoplane, with fixed tailwheel undercarriage. Unusual for airliners of the late 1920s, the Air Yachts were constructed almost entirely of wood with steel fittings, undercarriage, and struts. Different models were powered by varying combinations of Wright, Ryan ...

  16. AIR Yacht Charter Price

    Starting prices are shown in a range of currencies for a one-week charter, unless otherwise indicated. AIR is a 81m luxury motor mega yacht available for charter built in 2011, refitted in 2017. Charter up to 12 guests in 7 cabins (1 Master, 1 VIP, 6 Double & 1 Twin) with a crew of 22.

  17. Category:Bach Air Yacht

    Media in category "Bach Air Yacht". The following 7 files are in this category, out of 7 total. Bach 3-CT-4 Air Yacht Aero Digest September 1929.jpg 2,008 × 788; 309 KB. Bach 3-CT-4 Air Yacht.jpg 550 × 309; 53 KB. Bach 3-CT-8 Air Yacht Aero Digest September 1929.jpg 2,055 × 655; 244 KB.

  18. 2024 U.S. ARMED FORCES DAY > United States Marine Corps Flagship

    SUBJ/2024 U.S. ARMED FORCES DAY//. GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. Today I want to wish all our Nation's Services a happy Armed Forces Day. Every member of our military, past and present, is honored on this ...

  19. Hall Air Yacht

    The Hall Air Yacht was a 2-seat, tandem, sesquiplane, flying boat, designed and built in the United States in 1923. The Air Yacht was Charles Ward Hall's first attempt at building an aircraft with his company Charles Ward Hall Inc. of Mamaroneck NY.Hall, and his later company Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corp., which would develop manufacturing processes for riveted aluminum alloy aircraft ...

  20. A (sailing yacht)

    Cruising: 16 knots (30 km/h) Top: 21 knots (39 km/h) Range. 5,340 nmi (9,890 km) Crew. 54. Sailing Yacht A is a sailing yacht launched in 2015. [2] The vessel is a sail-assisted motor yacht [3] designed by Philippe Starck (exteriors and interiors) [4] [5] and built by Nobiskrug in Kiel, Germany for the Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko. [6]

  21. 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing

    2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. BGen. Alexander W. Kreiser Jr. The 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (2nd MAW) is the major east coast aviation unit of the United States Marine Corps and is headquartered in Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina. The Wing provides the aviation combat element for the II Marine Expeditionary Force .