When you are enough of sun, alsfreco dining and all onboard facilities which offered the superyacht, it is time to go into the blue water. Each yacht is well equipped with ordinary different water toys such jetski, inflatable banana, water ski, snorkling or diving staff. Here are more exciting and interesting toys that give a fantastic new experience.

FIFISH V6 by Qysea



FIFISH V6 - is the first multi-directional and free-angle underwater drone.  It will be launched in March 2019. Equipped with two 2000-lumen lights and a 1" CMOS sensor that captures 4K video and 20MP photos, FIFISH delivers brilliant imagery from the deep. This compact vehicle can be used in recreation, commercial photography, underwater rescue, archaeological observation, diving instruction and so on. 



It could be mounted with smartphone or small tablet on the dual-joystick and drive at speeds up to 3 knots for up to 4.5 hours. Along with FIFISH can stream live video at 1080p via your phone. 



Fifish V6 three groundbreaking technologies: 
a) Space-M is specially designed for FIFISH V6. It allows to move in all directions like a space shuttle, which has 6 degrees of freedom. 
b) A+ image, the smartest underwater algorithm:
This algorithm extends FIFISH's core functionality, such as aquatic life identification, and surrounding territory recognition. A+ image is deployed additionally for obstacles avoidance, object following, and color tuning.  
c) The first underwater wireless system in the consumer market.
i-Call is the most advanced underwater acoustics system to handle the complicated environment. 
Main features: Operating time 4.5h - Top speed - 1.5 m\s - Max depth - 100 m
Price from $3,499.00

SEABOB F5 SR by Cayago



Experience pure freedom with the SEABOB-Jet, you will receive an unforgettable driving experience. If you are looking for the ultimate driving pleasure, simply go in to the water. Here are no limits.
Sporty driving in the water, relaxing gliding, safe diving under water - all this is possible with a SEABOB-Jet. Impressive diving depths of up to 40 metres can be programmed to suit individual requirements via the on-board electronics. A SEABOB-Jet offers all-round high-performance. Its hydrodynamic shape provides for an outstanding of agility in the water.



The dynamism of the SEABOB develops its special appeal under the water. The watercraft can be steered down into the depths simply by applying light pressure. 
SEABOB can be equipped with two camera systems on request. There is a full-HD camera as a recording system in the watercraft‘s bow. This camera films and saves everything discovered in the fascinating underwater world. Another full-HD camera is found on the information display. This camera is an Action-Selfie-Cam. It saves all of the pilot‘s recordings when driving the SEABOB.



All recordings are saved in the on-board system and can be directly transmitted to any smartphone. 
Main features: Operating time - 70 min Diving depth - 2.5 m (up to 40m) – Top speed – 20-22km\h
Price from 14 565 euro

SEACRAFT FUTURE by Seacraft



There are 12 men that have walked on the moon. 500 human beings have been to space. But only 3 dived into the deepest point under the sea. Let’s discover the unknown with Seacraft Future.
Seacraft FUTURE is the flag model of the Seacraft brand which allows for extended use of the power of the scooter, on average 2-4 dives without charging the battery. This model is perfect for recreational and technical diving to a depth of 150m. 



FUTURE was tested by many divers in the world, including exploration of caves and wrecks in both salt and fresh water. It’s the fastest and most compact scooter in which the motor runs directly in the water. Such motor is much more durable and resistant to workload and also completely eliminates overheating inside the scooter. 



The approximately charging time is 3 hours. Its additional advantage is the long range of diving, which was achieved by the high efficiency of the drive unit and the high power of the battery. Basic navigation data includes current diving depth, direction of travel, current dive time, and immersion and ascent speed.
Main features: Max speed 1.6 m/s - 350 min at nominal speed - charging time - 2,5h - max depth 300 metres - weight is only 15,9 kg
Price from 5300 euro

RÄVIK by Awake 



RÄVIK is electric surfboard designed with a leading Scandinavian manufacturer 'Awake' with expression of power and agility within a clean and elegant body. Attention has been given to features which ensure ease-of-use without compromising the thrilling riding experience. The purpose at Awake is to offer extreme mobility by use of high-end technology. It's possible to ride everywhere from the ocean to slow river - at any time this electric surfboard would bring unforgettable emotions.



Developed with key principles in mind; power, speed, and precision. Awake's electric surfboards RÄVIK are built for superior acceleration, sharp corners and fast straights, giving the user an unparalleled riding experience. There are four different power settings: Kids, Eco, Sport, and Extreme.



The result is an aggressive machine made with the user in mind, infusing technical advancements with intriguing looks. From nose to nozzle, Awake's premier creation; the RÄVIK, is a purpose-built speed motorized surfboard.
Main features: Top speed:  56 kph - Acceleration 0-50 kp/h in 4 seconds - 40 min of mixed riding
Price from 18 900 euro

Latest News

Soaring: Abeking launches 68m superyacht
Abeking & Rasmussen have confirmed the launch of their new 68-meter superyacht, Soaring. The yacht had emerged out of her shed earlier this week and has now been lowered into the water for the first time this morning.Designed by Focus Yacht Design and project managed by Superyacht Technical Services, the yacht, which is set to become available for charter in the summer 2020, comes in at a size of over 1,500 GT.Soaring's upper deck features its master suite with a private owner's aft deck and a library. The yacht's remaining 5 guest cabins will be located on the main deck and catered to by a crew of 17.
Billionaire fined €52 million for transporting a Picasso out of Spain
Jaime Botin, part of the Satander banking dynasty, had been caught transporting a Picasso painting on his 67-meter sailing yacht Adix back in 2015. Now Madrid courts have fined the Spanish billionaire for €52.4 million and sentenced him to 18 months in prison.Botin, an active art collector, purchased Picasso's "Head of a Young Woman" painting back in 1977 for his collection. In February 2013, he tried to sell the painting at a Christies' auction in London but the art work couldn't leave Spain at their culture ministry's decision.Spain has some of the strictest laws when it comes to national heritage. According to them, any work of art over 100 years old that is considered culturally important in the view of their culture ministry can be deemed a national treasure, requiring its owner to get a permit in order to transport it out of Spain. Botin's permit was denied back in 2012.In 2015, Botin, according to Bloomberg, had his driver transport the painting from his Madrid home to Valencia where his 67-meter sailing yacht Adix was docked. When setting sail in June 2015, her captain didn't include the artwork on the list of onboard items. Soon after it set sail for Corsica, from where Botin had chartered a jet to ferry it to Geneva where he intended to keep it according to the publication.Tipped off that Botin's permit for the export of the Picasso hadn't gone through earlier, they inspected the yacht and found the painting in the captain's cabin.Adix itself is currently in Australia, finishing up her refit programme at the yard Brisbane. The yacht is set to remain in the South Pacific up to the America's Cup in Auckland in 2021. The painting found onboard the yacht in 2015 had an estimated value of $27 million, with experts saying it could now be even more. It has since become the property of the Spanish State.With a net worth valued by Forbes at $1.7 billion, Jaime Botin is the largest shareholder of Spanish bank Bankinter and a member of Spain's most prominent banking families. His great grandfather had founded Spain's largest bank, Santander.
Oyster's founder Matthews returns to its board
Richard Matthews, original founder of Oyster Yachts, has returned to its board as a non-executive director. This follows Richard Hadida buying the company in 2018. Matthews had founded the sailing yacht manufacturer back in 1973.Oyster Yachts built its first 32ft sailing boat in 1973. From there it gradually extended its range of sailing yachts finding its sweet spot in 56ft to 125ft units designed by Robert Humphreys. In 2008 the company was sold to private equity firm Balmoral Capital for £70 million, before the firm disposed of it to HTP Investments for £15 million in 2012.Following a failure of the internal hull structure on Polina Star III, an Oyster 825 model, which led to the yacht sinking in 2015. This led to a recall of 4 other units and a dent in the builder's cash flow despite a £83 million order book in 2017. The following year, the company went into administration, before being purchased by Richard Hadida.Hadida is mostly known for founding Evolution Gaming, a company that powers most online casino games and currently trades on the Swedish stock market with a market cap of near €5 billion. His fried, yacht owner and automotive mogul Eddie Jordan was formerly also involved in the takeover bid with Oyster but later backed out."It is hugely important to me personally that the founder of the brand [Richard Matthews] I hold so close to my heart has given it his seal of approval by joining our board." Hadida explained. "Having restored the company to its former glory with the support of a fantastic team – from talented craftsmen to dedicated management – this feels like confirmation that Oyster is once again synonymous with quality and excellence, just as it was when Richard founded it back in 1973".
Double Down: Numarine Sells 5 XP Yachts
Turkish shipyard Numarine has announced the sale of 5 yachts from its XP series, bringing the total in the series up to 10. Four of these will be 26-meters in length and one 32-meters."These achievements indicate the relevance and popularity of the series" commented Numarine founder Omer Malaz. "We are very pleased that five more international customers will be able to experience what high quality and impeccable Numarine style are."All built on the same platform with identical layouts, the four 26XP yachts will feature a spacious flybridge, a main salon on the main deck and 4 guest cabins on the lower deck. Interior designs and finishes will be customised to the owner's tastes.The only substantial difference between the units will be the hulls, with one of them being semi-displacement with MAN engines of 1,200hp each, whilst the remaining ones will be displacement units with engines of 560-800hp each also manufactured by MAN.The 26XP and 32XP series were both designed by Can Yalman with naval architecture by Umberto Tagliavini. The Numarine 32XP model was being marketed at just under €9.3 million whilst the 26XP was asking just over €3.8 million.
Sanlorenzo launches 52-meter Lady Lena
Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has confirmed the launched of its 4th 52-meter yacht, Lady Lena. Purchased by her owner in 2018, she is set to be delivered in March 2020. Another four units of the Steel 52 series are currently under construction at the yard.Coming in at 499 gross tons, the 52 Steel was formerly the flagship series of Sanlorenzo before the introduction of larger models to the mix. Designed by Mauro Micheli from Officina Italiana Design, the first unit launched was Seven Sins.Amongst Lady Lena key features, similarly to her sisterships, is a 94-square-meter beach club which features two fold-out platforms on both sides of the yacht. A lounge area is located directly underneath a pool with a glass bottom aft of the main deck. Sistership Seven SinsPowered by twin MTU engines, Lady Lena will reach a top speed of 17 knots and cruise at 15 knots. At an economical speed of 11 knots, she will be able to cross the Atlantic with a 4,000 nm max range.One of the world's largest yacht shipyards, Sanlorenzo went public in December 2019 at a market cap of just over €550 million on the Italian stock exchange. In 2018, the group posted revenues of €327 million, a third of which came from its superyacht division.