This year, I give you the XEBEC. According to the Oxford dictionary, a xebec is a “small three-masted Mediterranean sailing ship with lateen and sometimes square sails.”
I don’t know a lot about ships, but this one was speedy (and often used by pirates). Let’s stick with the speedy aspect for a moment. What can you do to be lighter, faster in your work? Can you try a quick story draft instead of laboring over a perfect paragraph? How about a series of rough sketches?
How about lightening your own expectations? If you listen to music, do mundane tasks go faster? Can you eliminate distractions to make work speedier? You can also try the Pomodoro technique--spurts of focused work for shorter time periods--as a way to be creative and productive.
Happy (Speedy) Sailing!