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.
One of the biggest reasons not to do more fishing is the potential pain of having to tow around a boat. The NRS Otter Inflatable Fishing Raft ($5,000) alleviates this problem by offering fiberglass dependability in an inflatable package. This 13-foot watercraft offers Pennel Orca tubes and floor, HD-40 bottom armor, a three chamber tube construction, a frame guard for ruggedness, and a NRS Fishing Raft Frame to take it beyond the inner tube and intro serious boating territory with three seat mounts, two removable thwarts, front and rear casting platforms, an anchor mount, and front and rear thigh bars for added stability when reeling in that old tire mount-worthy fish.
When it comes to bikes, we'll take simplicity over feature bloat any day. The Cannondale OnBike (£4,000; roughly $6,150) exemplifies this idea, albeit at an astronomical price. Limited to a run of just 250, the stealthy OnBike features a fully enclosed drivetrain with a custom SRAM i-MOTION 9-speed hub gear and disc brakes, a handmade aluminum frame, Octopus pedals, and Schwalbe Kojak Bad Boy tires.