Gray Design Sovereign Yacht

Like a Frank Gehry building on water, the Gray Design Sovereign Yacht ($135 million+) embraces flowing, metallic forms for an unmistakable silhouette that will set you apart from all the other superyacht owners at the port. In all seriousness, though, this is a serious watercraft, featuring a wind turbine in the mast and solar panels on the roof to run the lighting systems and stock up reserve power supplies, a retractable cover on the bow that can serve as a sun shade for the jacuzzi, an infinity pool with a reinforced glass helipad in the center, a beach club on the lower deck, three MTU engines to hit speeds of up to 30 knots, and even an optional custom-built limo that's stored in the on-board garage. Here, let's get that drool off your chin.

  • Paul Budnitz Bicycles

    You might not know who Paul Budnitz is, but odds are you've heard of Kidrobot. Well, now the art-toy brand's founder and creator is ready to put his stamp on the word of urban bikes with Paul Budnitz Bicycles ($5,500). Available in two models — the commuter-focused No.1 and the play time-oriented, oversized tire-sporting No.2 — these high-end bicycles feature titanium frames weighing less than 3.3 lbs, Budnitz's signature split-tube Cantilever Frame for a smooth ride and improved responsiveness, Gates Carbon Belts instead of gears and chains, and a variety of handmade parts borrowed from racing bikes. No kidding.

  • 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.

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