Forget skimming the great blue sea in a luxury yacht with 12 bedrooms 14 baths and a bowling alley. That’s so fifteen minutes ago. According to Good Morning America , you have to go fifteen leaguesunder the sea to keep up with the…uh, Trumps these days.
A private submarine is the ultimate way to travel for those with $2 to $90 million to spare. “They can sip champagne, sit around and see things no one else has seen,” J. Bruce Jones, CEO of U.S. Submarines told ABCNews.com.
Apparently it takes more than a private jet to make a statement in the air too. Ask Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, who restores and collects World War II airplanes, according to Forbes.com . Allen combines his love of aeronautical history with a generous desire to share the fruits of his labor. Over the last 14 years he’s restored 20 planes, which are now on public display in the Flying Heritage Collection, Arlington, Wash.
Submarines are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to trendy, ultra expensive toys for the rich. For the right price you can have your own jet pack from Tecnologia Aerospacial in Mexico . The pack comes with training, 24/7 support, and a machine that can manufacture rocket fuel. Who needs a jet or a submarine when you can strap on a rocket and fly like Iron Man?
Flying carpet anyone? How about a floating lounge chair? Hover IT’s levitating lounger harnesses the power of magnets to allow the well heeled to defy gravity. Bring your own cushions, though, they’re not included.
Perhaps you want to throw your financial weight around the RV park? Terra Wind offers the ultimate traveling camper, the Hydra Spyder starting at $850,000. Each Spyder is custom built to the customer’s specifications, but they all have one thing in common. They are semi-aquatic. Bridge out? No problem, just drive through the river.
Rich kids travel in style the same as their parents. Wealthy parents favor the $27,750 gas poweredJunior Off Roader for fueling the automotive ambitions of their 7 to 12 year olds. The car has adjustable leather seats, a stereo system and three “gears.”
When the kids get tired of driving around the garden, the girls can return to their $19,999 replicaVictorian mansion play house and the boys can get rowdy in their $29,999 pirate ship themed club house.
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