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Nemesis One – Autonomous Luxury Hydrofoil Sailing Yacht Is Capable of Reaching 50 Knots

Claimed as world’s fastest hydrofoil sailing yacht, Nemesis One Yacht is able to break 50 knots speed barrier while flying on computer-controlled hydrofoils. It doesn’t look like another stripped out racing vessels, Nemesis One looks like a futuristic yacht with luxurious interiors. Powered by AYRO’s patented “OCEANWINGS” wing sail and engineered by VPLP Design. Basically […]

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