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11 of the best toys for your superyacht

11 of the best toys for your superyacht

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BW-Air Jetpack

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There's nothing like the freedom and luxury of a superyacht vacation but, if you're holidaying with children or are just the type of person who likes to explore rather than sunbathe, then a toy box full of the latest thrill-seeking gadgets is a must. From the jet-chopper hybrid that will get you on deck faster to submarines and surfboards, here's our edit of the top toys no superyacht should be without...

BW Air Jetpack

If you like to combine your winter cruise with a few rounds at the best golf courses in the Caribbean then the BW-Air Jetpack is your next must-have gadget. Created by Oakley in collaboration with Masters winner Bubba Watson to celebrate the return of golf to the Olympic Games in 2016, the BW-Air Jetpack is based on the Martin Jetpack and has specially designed compartments to carry your clubs, water, balls and scorecards from one hole to the next. Powered by a bespoke rotary 210 horsepower engine, the jetpack can reach 3,000ft and has a max speed of 46mph - far more impressive than your average golf buggy.

BW-Air Jetpack, POA, martinjetpack.com

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2016 Slingshot SL

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Is it a motorcycle? A trike? Tony Stark’s latest runabout for Iron Man? No, it’s the utterly unique and ridiculously entertaining three-wheel roadster Polaris Slingshot. With lightweight polymer body panels and powered by a GM Ecotec 2.4-litre, four-cylinder engine, this two-seater rides just under 13cm off the ground, creating an astonishing sense of speed. Speaking of which, you get 173hp and 166 pound-feet of torque – and you also get to feel like you’re driving in Mad Max’s car.

There are waterproof seats, three-point belts and forged aluminium roll hoops, but no windshield, so riders need helmets. Weighing 789kg, with a width of 1.97 metres, length of 3.8 metres and height of just 1.3 metres, the Polaris is difficult to categorise, but serious amounts of fun and just small enough to squeeze on to your superyacht.

2016 Slingshot SL, from £22,999, polarisslingshot.co.uk

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Gracie Bird diving board

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Gracie Bird diving board

The newly founded diving board designer Molono, set up by Charlie Richards, the CEO, and his wife Lauren, has announced its arrival in some style. The Gracie Bird board, named after Princess Grace and inspired by the classic Riva and Chris-Craft runabouts of the 1950s, is without doubt the chicest board on land or at sea.

These ultra-sleek, bespoke, carbon fibre and wood diving boards come in a variety of pinstripe finishes, from bubinga and holly to ash and SikaFix, all made to blend beautifully with your beach club.

Thanks to some clever engineering (Molono’s engineer, Nicholas Spens, spent 13 years in the boating industry, building lightweight composite racing yachts and bespoke components for superyachts) this board can take up to a hefty 250kg and still provide a powerful spring.

After helping you make a splash, the board can be detached and stored in its robust bag in the tender garage. All you need now is film-star-worthy swimwear.

Gracie Bird diving board, from £35,000, molono.co.uk

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