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Firmship

Mixing a classic boat shape with modern details and designs, the Firmship (€276,000; roughly $400,500) is a little like a James Bond boat from the '70s — think Roger Moore — dropped into modern times. The deliberately two-tone boat — everything is grey or teak — offers features like foldable deck furniture, a stylish, galvanized anchor, GPS with autopilot, a stained glass window between the cabin and pilothouse, a full king-sized bed, couch that converts into a queen bed, bathroom with stand-up shower, and, of course, a beefy Perkins six cylinder engine to make sure you can make haste when your aquatic adventuring turns sour.

  • Segway X2 Golf

    Somewhere between walking the course and taking a golf cart lies the Segway X2 Golf ($8,000). This golf-specific Segway allows for even faster rounds than a cart, while offering many of the same features, including a bag carrier, integrated scorecard holder with ball and tee holders, and specially-treated, turf-friendly tires. With a range of 14 miles or 36 holes, it's only a matter of time before it replaces your trusty lob wedge as your favorite piece of golfing equipment. [Thanks, Wade]

  • Caribiana Boat

    Somewhere between the yacht and john boat sits the Caribiana Boat ($35,000 and up). This fully customizable, eight-person sea skimmer offers 23 feet of space stern to bow, 6.5-feet at the beam, between 25 and 90 horsepower -- based on your personal preference -- and customizable options like a teak rub rail with rope inlay, teak floorboards, dry storage compartments, an anchor locker, a teak steering pedestal, a 23-gallon aluminum fuel tank, and a custom-colored hull. Bonus points for picking the Miami Vice-esque sea foam green in the picture.