From 1968 to 1988, Ferruccio Lamborghini, Italian industrialist and founder of one of the world's greatest automotive brands, sped around the sea in this stunning Riva Aquarama powered by a pair of Lamborghini V12 engines adapted for water use. What a life.
It passed hands over the years, until Riva-World, a Dutch company that specializes in the restoration of classic vessels, got ahold of it. They diligently restored the boat to absolute perfection, repairing everything from the twin engines to the original wooden hull.
After using it as a marketing maneuver for the last few years, it appears that they're ready to say goodbye to it, as classic car site Petrolicious is reporting that it's currently on the market and up for grabs. If you're George and Amal, the ghost of Paul Newman, or the Prince of Monaco–now might be a good time to get in touch with email@example.com.