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Sealander

Who cares if your camper rolls down the hill and into the lake — you've got the Sealander (€15,000; roughly $20,500). This unique tow-behind solves the question of whether to bring the boat or the camper by functioning as both, thanks to a low-emission electric outboard motor, a fully-equipped interior with a cooking/washing module, a cooler, a heater, and seating that converts into a bed, all packed inside a watertight package that's sure to draw confused looks at the local boat dock.

  • Wally One Boat

    It's not exactly cheap, but the Wally One Boat (€580,000; roughly $840,000) is likely the most affordable in the company's line of legendary sea cruisers. A replacement for the company's prior Wally Tender, the One is designed to be the ultimate day boat, offering a small kitchen area, a sleeping area for two — three if you're adventurous — a 43-foot length, Yanmar 370hp engines, and a top speed of 40-50 Knots.

  • Pennwick Custom Golf Carts

    Whether you're a serious, everyday golfer or simply a lazy person who lives in a community where riding about on golf carts is acceptable, you can seriously up your game with one of these Pennwick Custom Golf Carts ($15,500 and up). Available in five styles — including the Ferrari-inspired F5, the Bentley-esque Brooklyn, and the classic hot rod-ish Smoothster — these unique mini whips are built atop new electric ClubCar chassis and feature heavy duty fiberglass bodies, a full compliment of lights, mirrors, and horns, and options like stereos, 15-inch rims, and leather seats.