Watercraft

  • Riva Miami 88

    Riva Miami 88

    If you’re fortunate enough to be on the lookout for a super-yacht, we reckon you can’t go wrong with this little beauty. The Riva Miami 88 features an exclusive convertible top system and two MTU 16V 2000 M93, 2435 mhp, good for a maximum speed of 38.5, or 34 knots for cruising. Expect a range of 315 and 340 nautical miles and some very envious looks.

     
  • Lujac Desautel Glass Yacht

    Lujac Desautel Glass Yacht

    Easily one of the best vessel we’ve seen, the Glass Yacht by Lujac Desautel is a luxury mega yacht inspired by skyscrapers and, um, LEGO blocks. On board, you’ll enjoy amenities like floor-to-ceiling windows, swimming pools, a staircase that doubles as a stage and glass elevators. Like a skyscraper built atop a SWATH (Small Water-plane Area Twin Hull) platform, it features three block-like volumes stacked on top of each other, with an internal elevator to move between floors, connecting all the different areas of the boat, and passing …cotinue reading

     
  • HeliCat 22

    HeliCat 22

    And the prize for the coolest thing we’ve seen so far this year goes to the HeliCat 22, an incredible catamaran constructed for the rough seas. Experience the thrill of motorbike in relative safety, as you’re propelled to speeds of up to 40 knots. It’s also as economical as it is speedy and stable, with a pair of motors that are good for 15 kn each.  

     
  • Sea-Doo Spark

    Sea-Doo Spark

    Clean, easy-to-use fun, the marvellous Sea-Doo Spark sports a 900cc ACE power plant originally designed for snow mobiles. The lightweight engine is available with 60 or 90-hp and is the most fuel-efficient out there, offering optimum performance and outstanding torque. Reach speeds of 50 mph, using less than two and a half gallons of juice per hour.    

     
  • Jet Capsule

    Jet Capsule

    A slice of sea-faring luxury, Jet Capsule is the most spacious seven-meter boat out there. And one of the most eye-catching too. Various options are available, such as the Living Jet Capsule which offers a private bathroom, and sofa/double bed. Capable of ferrying up to nine people, it’s fully customizable, and a designer and architect is on hand for guidance.

     
  • Wally 55

    Wally 55

    There are speed boats, and there are Wallys. The latest, the Wally 55, boasts four roaring and highly efficient Volvo 1PS600 engines that propel it to an incredible 40 knots. But it’s not all about speed. Style and sophistication is abundant thanks to a generous deck space that houses seats and sunbeds, all protected by an oversized wraparound windscreen. Options for two or three cabins inside and there’s a hydraulic swim ladder as standard.

     
  • U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 5

    U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 5

    How do you fancy owning your own underwater “limousine”? The U-Boat Worx-Explorer offers autonomy, freedom and 360-degree vision from its domed acrylic pressure hull. It can cruise at three knots and up to a depth of 300 meters and even boasts an air-conditioning system too. The only thing is, you’ll probably need a yacht to go with it.

     
  • Hot Tub Boats

    Hot Tub Boats

    Soak and sail in bubbling luxurious style with a Hot Tub Boat. With a stunning handcrafted African teak wood deck, a waterproof stereo system, ice chests and storage compartments for towels and booze (what else would you possibly need?), invest in one of these and you have the greatest and most original date venue on earth. And water.