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Artemis Technologies has unveiled the “world’s most advanced 100 percent electric passenger ferry.” Each vessel measures roughly 78 feet and is equipped to shuttle 150 passengers on each trip. Moreover, thanks to an electric propulsion system, each ferry generates zero emissions in operation while producing a minimal wake. The ferry is designed to essentially fly above the water thanks to hydrofoils that lift the boats out of the water. Now, Artemis Technologies has partnered with Condor Ferries to operate a pilot service in 2024, where the first ferry will run back and forth between Belfast and Bangor in Northern Ireland.

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Luminox Launches First Brand New Collections since 2020

Luminox’s highly anticipated Air Series marks the brand’s first brand new collection since 2020. The first two new watches – CONSTELLATION®️ and P-38 LIGHTNING®️, both with a 42mm steel case – channel the look of classic pilot's watches. Appropriately so, as they were created in partnership with Lockheed Martin, whose most notable aircrafts inspired the timepieces. The CONSTELLATION® Automatic 9600 is powered by a Swiss-made Automatic movement and boasts a 38-hour power reserve, 100 meters of water resistance and a black bi-rotational bezel. Meanwhile, the P-38 LIGHTNING harnesses a Swiss-made quartz movement, features an easy-to-read dial and also offers 100 meters of water resistance. Both watches are available in multiple colorways and on a leather strap or steel bracelet (mesh for the P-38 LIGHTNING).


Meet the Ducati Mulitstrada V4 Rally

The new Ducati Multistrada V4 Rally is a powerful motorcycle equipped with semi-active suspension (with 7.9 inches of travel) and a 1,158cc V4 engine that can reach 170 horsepower. Riders can switch to the bike’s new off-road focused Power Mode to tackle loose terrain and toggle on features like radar-controlled adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, wheelie control, cornering lights and traction control. Ducati's "most advanced dual-sport on the market" is available for $31,495.


Cozy Up with High West’s Newest Spirit
High West Distillery

Over the years, Highwest’s A Midwinter Night’s Dram series has released round after round of impressive spirits. Now, the brand is back to celebrate the portfolio’s 10-year anniversary with A Midwinter Night’s Dram - Act 10. The limited-edition spirit boasts brandied cherries, fig jam and dried orange peel on the nose before giving way to vanilla caramel, molasses and toffee flavors on the palette. A collector’s favorite, the bottle was released alongside a secondary expression – High West Encore – which is finished in white port barrels. Fans can learn more about both whiskies at the link below but should act fast – as the brand predicts the High West Encore may resell for up to $1,000 per bottle.


Reimagine Eames Furniture with Herman Miller x HAY
Herman Miller

Herman Miller has teamed up with HAY to release new, more colorful versions of classic Eames furniture. Take the new Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, for example. While the new model remains an authentic Herman Miller Eames chair, its deep green coloring was chosen from HAY’s iconic palette. The resulting $1,195 chair retains its molded five-ply seat and back while offering a pop of color for any home or office.


Maison Margiela Kicks Off its New Collab With Reebok
Maison Margiela

Fans can now shop seven different men’s styles from the recent Maison Margiela x Reebok collection. The collection includes a futuristic slip-on loafer (the Loafer Zig) in three different colorways, as well as a more classic re-interpretation of Reebok’s go-to sneakers. There, the MM x Reebok Classic Leather Memory Of boasts a 100-percent calf leather upper with polyester accents and a 100-percent rubber sole. To design the shoe, the Margiela team began by deconstructing Reebok’s usual model to reveal a more sensitive “visual recollection” of the object. Retailing for $675, the Memory Of is now available in white or black.


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