Watercraft

  • MasterCraft XT23

    MasterCraft XT23

    Take your ocean-going adventures to a whole new level as you carve up some serious sea with the MasterCraft XT23. This fearsome marine beast sees the merging of the traditional, classic bow and contemporary lines that promises to make some serious waves of the literal and metaphorical kind. Wakeboards, surfboards, skis or whatever you please, this thing’s ready to tow.

     
  • Rand Picnic Boats

    Rand Picnic Boats

    Partake in a picnic setting with a difference thanks to the incredible Rand Picnic Boats. Built form recycled plastic bottle and sustainably-sourced timber, not only are these beauties eco-friendly, but require little in the way of maintenance. Choose from lithium or gel batteries and get out on those waves, you may even manage to catch your lunch.

     
  • Amphibious Sub-Surface Watercraf

    Amphibious Sub-Surface Watercraf

    Drive the Amphibious Sub-Surface Watercraft right off a trailer and into the water without the hassle of a crane or dock. This brightly colored submersible watercraft is ideal of exploring both underwater and above-water environments. The cockpit allows 180-degree surface views and the tracks enable 360-degree axis turns.

     
  • Deepflight Super Falcon Mark II Personal Submarine

    Deepflight Super Falcon Mark II Personal Submarine

    As boy toys go, this one sure takes some beating. And submerging. The Deepflight Super Falcon Mark II Personal Submarine has been designed to do barrel rolls with dolphins and spy-hop with whales. Stylish, safe and very comfortable, its low-impact low voltage design means it’s safe to use around swimmers and wildlife.

     
  • Xhibitionist Megayacht

    Xhibitionist Megayacht

    If you’re looking for somewhere to park your supercars may we suggest the Xhibitionist Megayacht, a vessel for both Bruce Wayne and Batman at once. Vehicle parking spaces aside, it also features a Steinway piano, a dual staircase and fine crystal Baccarat lighting. Its solar panels emerge from under a car-hood-like deck and double up as a concert space or helipad with space for three helicopters. Seriously, who needs three helicopters?

     
  • Kormaran

    Kormaran

    What do you get if you mix a monohull, a catamaran, a trimaran and a whole heap of badassness? This. The Kormaran promises to be the new king of the waves, offering speed, luxury and style. It’s forged from carbon fiber and can transform, Optimus Prime-like, while on the move.