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Hyper Sub

What do you get when you cross a powerboat with a mini submarine? The Hyper Sub ($TBA). Offering seating for up to four passengers plus a pilot, the Hyper Sub is ABS certified, and offers a surface speed of up to 40 knots and a range of 500 surface miles, thanks to twin inboard diesel engines good for 880hp and a 525 gallon fuel tank. Below the waves, the Sub can dive up to 250 feet using a self-charging electric over hydraulic system, and offers a 180-degree acrylic canopy and umbilical SCUBA support.

  • Necker Nymph

    Fulfill your wildest Steve Zissou fantasies aboard the Necker Nymph ($25,000/week). Designed and built for Sir Richard Branson by renowned engineer Graham Hawkes, the Nymph is an open-cockpit winged submarine, allowing its passengers to experience unencumbered 360-degree views of the deep. The unique underwater craft uses downward "lift" on its wings to dive, and can stay down for up to two hours. Unfortunately, it's only available when chartering the 105-foot luxury catamaran Necker Belle, or when staying on Branson's ridiculously awesome private Necker Island, so the 25 grand-per-week chartering cost is the least of your worries.

  • Garia Soleil de Minuit Golf Cart

    We always appreciate it when companies are upfront about their outrageous pricing, so when we saw that the Garia Soleil de Minuit Golf Cart ($52,000) was being hailed as "the world's most expensive golf car ever made by a manufacturer," we knew we had to check it out. Sure enough, it packs in plenty of crazy features for those of you who spend more time on the course than you do at your mansion, including a carbon roof, custom paint, two-colored, hand-stitched seats, alcantara roof lining, a LED speedometer, custom wheels, and an available built-in refrigerator. It is quite expensive, but that's the price you pay to be able to boast that your Porsche and your golf cart were made in the same factory.