If you’ve got money to burn, you’ll definitely be in a different league when you shop until you drop. You will most likely be out on the street buying pretty expensive stuff for this summer. You’ll probably be popping bottles and spilling caviar on a yacht.
If you’re not part of the rich circle, no need to be sad. You can still pretend you’re part of the group even if it’s just for one percent. How is that possible, you ask? We will show you ten of the most absurd water toys for rich kids. At least you can still marvel and appreciate their beauty even if it’s just by looking.
The people at Hammacher Schlemmer are offering a hovering that can genuinely take flight. Why did they do this? Simply because gliding on ice, snow, sand, mud, grass, and a couple of inches of air over water isn’t enough. The craft can’t fly high up in the sky, but it can navigate above water surface at a speed of 70 mph.
Seabreacher Killer Whale Submarine
It’s incredible how this submarine actually looks like a real-life killer whale. With a 255 hp engine, the watercraft lets the driver reach 25 mph underwater and 50 mph on the water’s surface. Since we’re talking about a killer whale submarine, maybe it’s possible to mimic the scene where the whale ollies a boy while breaching the water in slow motion, in Free Willy. This submarine is manufactured by Das Boot.
The $90,000 price tag includes vinyl seats, an LCD screen connected to a camera in the dorsal fin with which you’ll be able to view a live feed showing your awesomeness, and all the standard gauges.
The Barbecue Dining Boat
With the this dining boat, speed isn’t an issue. Seriously, who would want to rush off to some place else when you’re floating on a 24-inch steel barbecue grill in the middle of a lake along with nine of your buddies? Who would want to miss out on the barbecue!
Have you thought about an ATV and jet ski and said, “It would be an insane idea if someone made a hybrid and mixed both of them!” Well, that’s exactly what happened. The Gibbs Sports made the Quadski XL. It looks like an amphibious toy and is actually pretty cool as well. The Web site for Gibbs Sports mentions that the vehicles are merely prototypes, but it wouldn’t be a total surprise if a couple of these bad boys are seen cruising around the Hamptons in the future.
The HotTug’s clever name means that it’s a half hot tub, half wood-fired tug boat. It’s quite useful if you’d like to have a hot bath while swimming in the ocean.
Radinn Wakejet Cruise
The board consists of Kevlar and lightweight carbon, making it light and durable. While the motor propels the rider up to 35 mph, the user can surf the waves with ease. It’s a surfboard for those who want the experience but don’t really want to do all the work.