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Triton 6600/2 Submarine

Thanks to the thickest transparent acrylic hull ever made, the Triton 6600/2 Submarine promises to do something no other personal sub can do: give you a glimpse of the ocean over a mile down. It can handle depths of 6,600 feet, to be more precise, has room for two passengers, moves at a pace of 3.5 mph, and has a maximum dive time of ten hours. For added reassurance, there's enough oxygen to last 96 hours in an emergency, as well as air conditioning, high-output LED lights, and support for more, should you need added light for shooting photos or video through the optically perfect hull.

  • Rand Picnic Boat

    No need to worry about ants invading your alfresco luncheon aboard the Rand Picnic Boat. Perfectly proportioned for on-the-water dining, this 16-foot craft is designed for social interaction, with a built-in adjustable table and seating for up to 10. The table lowers to serve as the base for a sundeck when not in use, the rounded edges and wide hull make it easy to get in and out, and thanks to an electric engine, it doesn't require any special boating licenses, is remarkably quiet, and weighs under 620 pounds. Also available in a Sport model.

  • 1990 Riva Ferrari 32 Speedboat

    One of only 30 ever built, this 1990 Riva Ferrari 32 Speedboat is a rare example of the collaboration between the Italian racing and boat-building firms. The Formula 1-styled hull is painted in Ferrari's signature Rosso corsa hue, with a black carbon fiber spoiler adding a flourish to the top. As you'd expect, it has plenty of power, with two 390hp V8 Vulcano 400 engines pushing it to a top speed of 62 mph, as well as a cuddy cabin in the bow, and an automotive-style helm.

    Photos: Cymon Taylor / RM Sotheby’s