the next generation of waterborne mobility is here

As our cities grow, so does the need for a more effective mobility system—one that also addresses road traffic, pollution, and land use efficiency. Introducing Hyke, a cleaner, smarter, and modernized take on ferries.

We work with local operating partners to make waterborne transportation more economical and environmentally-friendly. By creating accessible shortcuts across waterways, our goal is to revolutionize everyday transportation while enabling the development of more sustainable and connected cities.


It’s time to upgrade ferries into the modern world. Our solar-powered vessels feature a welcoming and accessible design, a lower capacity to increase deployment flexibility, and are electric to reduce city noise and operate emissions-free.

Combined with intelligent dockside charging solutions and autonomous technology that simplify operations, Hyke embodies what mobility in a smart city is all about.


Changing the way we move requires everyone to work together. Are you a destination location, property developer, or ferry operator looking for a better mobility solution?

Perhaps you’re a thought leader or part of a technology cluster that wants to improve mobility or autonomous technology. If so, let’s have a conversation about how we can achieve our common goals.


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