No two helicopters are alike, and everything can be customised. From the carpets to the colour of the seats, from the sound system and tinted windows. The company plans to draw out net high worth individuals who own yachts, luxurious villas, and supercars. The Bell 429 2018 is a beautiful and stylish machine, which offers performance, fuel efficiency and above all, comfort for its passengers. The Bell 429 is the ultimate corporate helicopter with every conceivable convenience and luxury incorporated into its design.
The future looks bright for this American conglomerate, as the company is currently developing air taxi helicopters. They should be available by 2020. In the meantime, the Bell 429 2018 Helicopter impresses with its overall quality and value. With prices ranging from $7.5m to $8m, depending on the finishing and extras selected, they offer great value. The Bell 429 is undoubtedly one of the finest helicopters money can buy and certainly one of the best helicopters on the market. No millionaire can afford to be without one!
Omega’s involvement with the Olympics goes a long way back. Since 1932, Omega has been the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games. This collaboration is set to continue until at least 2032, and Omega has partnered with the Olympics a total of 27 times! Being involved with the Olympic Games for so long has created a reputable and trustworthy brand reputation for Omega. Producing beautiful and exclusive watches is in Omega’s DNA!
This year’s Seamaster Planet Ocean PyeongChan 2018 is the latest in a long line of majestic timepieces. It takes its colours from the South Korean flag. The watch measures in at 39.5mm, so the design is slim, sleek, and classy. The style is reminiscent of the 1950’s and 1960’s Seamasters, yet with a modern twist, and today’s technology. The Omega logo appears prominently in red on the dial, printed in enamel. The hour hand reaches microscopically right to the end very of the indices. The minute hand overlaps the hour hand enough to create a minute gap between the edge of the dial, and the point of the minute hand. The fast-moving second hand is slightly longer than the minute hand and reaches the end of the dial. The watch is aesthetically pleasing, and beautifully designed in every respect. Wearing the Seamaster Planet Ocean PyeongChan 2018 is the epitome of sophistication and good taste.
The Seamaster Planet Ocean PyeongChan 2018 come with a price tag of $18,375/CHD 17,500, which is reasonable for a limited edition watch which will inevitably increase in value as an investment. The watch is the perfect example of Omega’s ingenuity and attention to detail. It is an exclusive timepiece that oozes class, exclusivity and pedigree.
The New 2018 Learjet 75 is the absolute pinnacle of luxury, performance and fuel economy. The new Learjet 75, and it’s brother; the Learjet 70. The latest two models are replacements for the popular Learjet 40 and 45. The Learjet 75 comes with a price tag of $13.8 million, with the Learjet 70 costing $11.3 million. Both models offer improvements over their predecessors, most notably, higher fuel economy, thus lower running costs. The Learjet 75 has a new engine; the TFE731-40BR, a three-screen Garmin G5000 avionics panel which is presented as the Bombardier Vision Flight Deck, as well as newly designed winglets.
Interior and Ride
The luscious and beautifully designed interior has been developed for the ultimate comfort, is another impressive improvement. The aerodynamic wing design provides the smoothest possible ride, and best in class wing loading. With a flat floor, the interior cabin has eight passenger seats with a double-club configuration. The noise level on the interior of the plane is minimised considerably due to the high-quality materials and attention to detail. The Learjet 75 is also the only aircraft in its class to feature a forward pocket door, creating privacy for the passengers.
Faster & Better
The Learjet 75 flies faster without compromising fuel efficiency. A full tank of fuel and a fully loaded plane will go further than any of the earlier Learjet models. Safety is never compromised, as the Learjet is the only light jet that is certified to a higher safety standard. Every passenger’s seat has access to high-speed internet, so the latest entertainment can be enjoyed to pass the time while en route.
Unlike its competitors, Learjet includes all the luxuries and specs in the price. There is no fine print, and no extras, the plane is already fully loaded! Expect to hear more about the groundbreaking Learjet 75, and its companion, the Learjet 70.
The launch of the brand-new Motor Super Yacht Project SHU will take place in 2018, and is a hotly anticipated event. The details of the superyacht are shrouded in mystery and surrounded by secrecy. What is known is that this superyacht will measure in at no less than 146 meters/479 feet long, and the cost is an impressive $146 million!
Undoubtedly, no expense is spared to provide the epitome of luxury in yachting. The sea craft has beautiful curves, elegant and futuristic design contribute to make this superyacht the pinnacle of yachting.
Project SHU is the largest yacht in production, to be launched in 2018. The superyacht is currently in an advanced stage of construction, and the anticipation within the yachting community is reaching fever pitch! There has never been anything like her before, and the hefty price tag promises unparalleled levels of luxury, the latest equipment, state of the art engines with the best fuel efficiency possible.
Project SHO is being constructed by Lurssen Yachts, based in Northern Germany. Lurssen Yachts has built some of the most luxurious yachts in the world, specialising in boats between 33 and 200 meters in length. The company claims to have been established as far back as 1886, so Lurssen Yachts has plenty of experience!
Lurssen Yachts enjoys a reputation as a high-quality, and reliable shipyard; this has ensured its continued success over the long years. It has built some of the most recognisable yachts including vessels such as; the Octopus, Carinthia VII, and Pelorus. There can be no doubt that the Project SHU Superyacht will be one of the most advanced and innovative yachts launched in 2018.
Embark is a super home vehicle which includes every imaginable luxury and convenience. A joint venture between Spartan Motors and Jayco, this fantastic vehicle has been turning heads and winning hearts since its launch a few weeks ago. The price will set potential buyers back by $300,000 (£209,000). In compensation, buyers can expect a plethora of impressive and exclusive features.
The Embark vehicle is 37ft long and is fitted with an internal TV (50-inch), and external TV (39-inch), a king size bed, two separate bedrooms, a working fireplace, and a fully fitted and equipped kitchen. The fully functional kitchen is equipped with a cooker, microwave, fridge, and plenty of storage space for food.
The RV is the most ambitious and innovative motorhome ever built, and it takes camping to a whole new level, with all the creature comforts imaginable. The vehicle has a reliable, diesel engine which can handle the extra weight. Filling up the fuel tank would cost in the region of $600! The vehicle style is futuristic and aerodynamic, offering excellent fuel efficiency. There are two lounge chairs in the driving cab for ultra comfort, and the futuristic vehicle style is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. Life on the road doesn’t have to be a bumpy, uncomfortable experience anymore. With all the conveniences and luxuries, it can be a pleasurable and comfortable experience.
The Embark RV is the ultimate mobile home, or rather, 6-star hotel on wheels!. Al Fresco dining is available under the 17ft awnings while watching the 39-inch, exterior TV screen, using the satellite TV system installed along with the excellent sound system. The lighting, electronics, internal atmosphere and heat are controlled via a touchscreen near the driver, which offers overall control at the touch of a finger. So far, this vehicle is the most luxurious ever produced, making it exclusive and desirable.
The Scrambler Ducati Custom Rumble contest promises to showcase the most refreshing, most eye-catching designs and over the top motorbikes. This year’s edition was a lavish affair, with multiple participants. Some of the most visionary designs for motorcycles graced last year’s event, and this year, the excitement was intense, and there was feverish anticipation for the event.
The star of the show just had to be this beauty; The Aellambler Ducati Scrambler. Without a doubt the king of cool. The motor is powered by motorcycle parts from fabricator Aella Japan, thus the name Aellambler. The motorcycle was designed using unique, 3D modelling techniques to produce the stunning bike’s curves. The L-twin powered scrambler motorcycle was used as the frame and skeleton for the bespoke, gold scrambler. The gold leaf paint was applied painstakingly by hand onto the centrepiece and fuel tank.
The bike positively glitters in the sun, creating a flash of brightness as it speeds by in the daylight. The seat is in rich, brown leather, lending a touch of class and comfort. The engine itself is a standard electronic fuel injection motor system, supplying a pair of 39mm FCR carburettors. The bike is a take on the Ducati 803 Scrambler. The Aellambler is a ride made in heaven, powered by the fires of hell!
Venice is known for its unique charm, attracting millions of tourists each year. But if you want to experience its authenticity, here are the best boutique hotels to make your stay unforgettable.
Ca Maria Adele
This hotel, near the Peggy Guggenheim collection, is the epitome of Venetian charm. Textured golden damask wallpaper, dark wood furniture and finishing touches like gilding or glass vases create the atmosphere in every room. Guests receive fluffy robes, slippers and a mini bar with complimentary soft drinks during their stay. Themed rooms, such as the ornate Hall of the Doge, are available as well and come with its own golden cherubs and framed oil paintings.
Al Ponte Antico
A second century palace is the setting for the Al Ponte Antico. This historical building on the Grand Canal has been restored to its former glory and is now a hotel, which is classically Venetian with gilding, Damask wallpapers, tapestries, drapes and ornate lighting. Some of the rooms overlook the gondola-topped waters of the canal.
All the rooms at Hotel Moresco are named after Venetian tradespeople. There’s The Weaver, The Blacksmith, The Chestnut Vendor and the Gondolier to choose from, as well as 19 others. While some rooms come with views of the Grand Canal, each space here is different. Most rooms boast extras like Jacuzzis, chromotherapy showers and Nespresso makers. The hotel is known for its spacious garden, where guests can eat breakfast in the summer or spend a few hours sipping drinks from the terrace bar.
Corte di Gabriella
Corte di Gabriella sits closely to St Mark’s Square. It’s located inside a 19th century palace but it has been modernized. Venetian-style wallpapers and gold frames create. In-room tablets, flatscreen TVs and mini bars are present in all rooms. The breakfast served at the hotel is one of the best qualities of this hotel with everything from mini pizzas and savoury strudels to meatballs and amaretti cake as part of the spread. The cherry on top of the hotel is its courtyard where guests are served a free aperitif between in the summer evenings.