Planes Of The Future, A Sustainable Superyacht, How Quincy Brown Travels And More
Looking for a new European city to visit this year? Colmar, France has been named the No. 1 spot for 2020, according to an annual survey by Europe’s Best Destinations. Among the other cities that made the must-visit list this year are Athens, Berlin, Reykjavik and Rotterdam.
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Sinot’s 376-foot-long, hydrogen-powered superyacht concept generated a lot of attention when it was unveiled at last fall’s Monaco Yacht Show. Last week, the sustainable superyacht of the future got even more buzz when it was rumored to have been purchased by Bill Gates for more than $650 million. (Spoiler alert: He didn’t buy it.)
The Crystal Cabin Awards celebrate the most impressive—and occasionally far-fetched—innovations in airplane cabin design. Here’s a look at some of the latest concepts in air travel, including zero-waste meal trays and a customizable, temporary cabin display.
Is your phone an easy target for a cyber attack in an airport? It is if you connect to an open WiFi network. Here’s what you need to know about protect your phone data when you travel.
When Quincy Brown was three years old, his mother, Kim Porter, began dating musician and mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs. Over the next 13 years, he traveled the world and was exposed to the world of entertainment. Now 28, the actor, singer and model has never lost his wanderlust—and here’s what Brown can’t travel without.
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