Whether its submersibles, flying pyramids or floating islands, we bring you a look into the future of superyacht design.
Heesen Yachts' hybrid silent superyacht, Home, is to showcase at the Monaco Yacht Show, which starts on 27 September
American yacht builder, Hinckley has unveiled Dasher - its first fully electric yacht. The boat also scooped two awards at the Newport International Boat Show
The UK's Department of Transport is warning that more needs to be done to address cyber security in the maritime industry
The British government has announced it will invest £6 million to help fund innovative technologies and fuels to reduce maritime emissions
Lloyd's Register has announced it is joining the project to build the world's biggest sailing cargo ship - Quadriga
Energy Observer has just left Paris as it continues its global tour. The former race boat is the first in the world capable of producing hydrogen from seawater
Offering speed, comfort and maximum customisation, could the Neyk Submarine be the most luxurious way to explore under the ocean? View the pictures and judge for yourself
Shuttleworth Design, MSubs and Plymouth University are working on the Mayflower project, which aims to design, build and sail the world's first full-sized, fully autonomous unmanned ship across the Atlantic Ocean
Quiet and efficient, the Trondheim 40 Trawler has been designed by the Russian Max Zhivov, who is known for creating boats with green credentials
Self-driving boats, known as Roboats, will be trialled on the canals of Amsterdam over the next five years. The first prototypes will be seen on the water from 2017.
Turkish engineer Yusuf Kahvecioğlu didn't have the money to buy a motor boat. Instead, he designed his Drive on Water prototype to open up boating to anyone with a car!
Ambitious plans to rid the world's oceans of plastic have now moved forward as the Ocean Cleanup unveil its first prototype to be tested at sea.
The Fair Winds Trading Company is in the research and design stage of the project. A model of the cargo ship is currently undergoing sea trials. Watch the video here.
Stanford University's humanoid diving robot has just finished its maiden dive off the coast of France, exploring a 17th century shipwreck. Watch the amazing robot in action here!
The boat has been designed for remote surveillance and high-speed exploration and was tested successfully for the first time on a site near Portsmouth Naval Base.
A robotics startup founded by three university students is developing technology to create driverless boats.