The Zebra Boat is one aquatic ride I’d happily take out for a sunset cruise. Designed by Dimitri Bez, it utilizes classic styling in conjunction with contemporary technologies and propulsion methods. Surely a sight to be seen navigating the high seas.
Really a modern reinterpretation of the iconic 1947 Sea Maid Wooden Ski Boat, what makes the Zebra boat so unique is that it’s powered by an electric motor, compared to other boats powered by combustion egnies, or more naturally by windsails. Not only is this environmentally friendly, but electric motors are also a low-impact and quiet form of propulsion.
The Zebra boat is made with luxury materials, including dark wood, leather, and is outfitted with modern refinements. On board there are retro controls, an oLED touchscreen tablet located on the dashboard for navigation (doubling as a digital display), and a classic dark ‘orange’ interior. The Zebra boat’s geometric pattern is made from wooden panels with chrome lines reinforcing the structure. In addition, two seperate cabins for the driver and front-seat passenger, with a larger seat behind for passengers allow the boat to accommodate up to eight people.