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Water week it has been for maritime luxuries. First, we brought you news of the super-agile Alpackalypse raft. Next, we showed you the Uboat Worx XP Sport Sub 2, yours for just a shade under £800,000.

Now we've news of an alternative way to traverse any oceans, lakes, ponds or large baths that get in your way. If the Sport Sub is too expensive (and let's face it, it is) and the Alpackalypse raft is too outdoorsy for you, feast your eyes on the Quadrofoil.

Priced $19,000 (£12,000), the Quadrofoil is a fully electric two-seater hydrofoil. It can travel 100km on a full charge, and offers a top cruising speed of 20 knots. On top of all this, it weighs a mere 220lbs - so it's easy to transport and get in and out of the water.

Take a look at the video below and just imagine what it would be like to zip across the sea in a giant bidet with legs.

[Via Uncrate]

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