Robb Report’s 12 Insane Water Toys for The Super Rich


We haven’t done an insane water toy piece in a while so when we saw the Robb Report on wild water toys, we had to check it out. We were not disappointed! Let’s dig into these luxury toys! We noticed that the Seabob was updated to the Seabob F5 with Selfie Camera. You can film yourself while capturing what’s ahead under the water. An electric flying jet-ski was added to the mix. It is the Quadrofoil Q2S out of Slovenia. It has a top speed of 25 mph.

Next on the list is the Hammacher Schlemmer Transparent Kayak. It is an 11-foot-long piece of Lexan with room for two. For fun above and below the water is the Scubacraft SC3. The craft appeared in a couple of James Bond movies and looks super cool. You’re going to need your scuba gear to ride this machine. Another Hammacher watercraft made the list and this one flies. The fiberglass Hammacher Schlemmer Flying Hovercraft is powered by a 130 hp turbo two-cylinder gas engine. It can hit speeds up to 70 mph.

We were surprised to see a Yamaha 255 FSH Sport E boat on the list. What makes it cool is the fact that it doesn’t have dangerous propellers. The engines are hooked up to water jets making the boat safer for families and groups on the water. Next up is Brownie’s BLU3 Portable Tankless Scuba Kit which uses a floating air compressor with a 30-foot hose attached to the diver’s mask.

For those who like to travel and foil, the Fliteboard AIR might be for you. The board is wider than most, making it easier to learn on. A rugged camera made the list this year. The Olympus Tough TG-6 is made for adventure. It is waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, crushproof, and frostproof. Back to the wild toys. The Triton DeepView 24 Submarine can be yours from around $8 million and Triton Submarines out of Florida will gladly build one for you.

The Taiga Orca Electric PWC made the list. We have written a couple of pieces on these jet skis and we’re happy to see that they’re still in production. The craziest item on the list is the Hot Tub Boat out of Seattle. This thing has diesel fueled boiler to keep the water at 104F. A 24-volt electric motor moves the 16-foot boat at 5 mph. There’s room for six and you can try before you buy for $400 for two hours on Seattle’s Lake Union. We got a kick out of some of these luxury toys and hope you do too.

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Ocean Priselac

An avid mountain and bodyboarder who lives by "if you don't go, you'll never know," with an affinity for wildlife and animal rescue; surf forecasting is a huge part of Ocean's life and was a winner in Red Bull's Project Swell several years ago. The 2014 LB2CAT was her first jet ski competition and can't wait to do it again!

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