Leave it to a landlocked country to come up with the seafaring equivalent of a go-kart. The Marinekart ($TBA) is pretty much exactly that — weighing in at roughly 120 pounds, it's easy to transport, and thanks to a 6 hp outboard engine that attaches quickly to the body, it can reach speeds over 20 mph while offering extreme maneuverability. Add in comfortable seating for up to four people, a removable waterproof bag, and an "unsinkable" sandwich build, and it's pretty much the perfect weekend getaway watercraft. [Scouted by Shane]
Enjoy what's left of summer in complete luxury aboard the Antagonist Yacht ($TBA). This bespoke, 37ft cruiser is powered by dual, 370hp Yanmar diesel engines, which spin SS props for a top speed of 42 knots. There's plenty of high-end details as well, including a cockpit with room for eight, a multi-function table with a sunbathing area, tons of teak, a swimming platform, a small refrigerator, a built-in picnic box, Boxmark Maritime leather upholstery, and an air conditioned interior. Price unknown, but you know what they say: "If you have to ask...."
Merging the convenience of electric with the looks of a classic, the Faraday Porteur Bike ($3,500) manages to straddle the line between the two with grace. Thanks to lithium batteries that are cleverly hidden inside the frame, it looks like a traditional everyday rider, with only an on/off switch and an e-ink battery readout to belie its true nature — pedal, and it will automatically match your power, and when you're wanting to exert less effort, hit the boost button for a little extra help. Other features include LED headlights and taillights that are built into the frame and controlled by an ambient light sensor, and a large front rack that can hold 30 pound loads — or more than enough to carry your dinner and beers from the grocery store to your home. [Scouted by Dan]