AquaQuad Classic Sport PWC

Megayachts were made for toting toys. These days, the more unusual the toy, the better. Which is why the AquaQuad Classic Sport (CLS) may attract some interest. It's part PWC, part RIB, and intended for everything from zipping around to fishing.

AquaQuad Classic Sport

Megayachts were made for toting toys. These days, the more unusual the toy, the better. Which is why the AquaQuad Classic Sport (CLS) may attract some interest. It's part PWC, part RIB, and intended for everything from zipping around to fishing.

The AquaQuad CLS measures 10 feet long and has a trimaran design, with inflatable PVC pontoons surrounding a waterbike-like center. A padded seat for two lets you take someone else along for the ride. If you want to take a camera or other gear along, too, you’ll find stowage beneath the seat and in a hatch forward. The one-foot draft means you can explore some pretty skinny waters, and the 5’2” beam shouldn’t pose a problem for stowage in a garage or on deck.

AquaQuad says the CLS can accommodate an outboard from 5 hp to 30 hp, depending on the intended use. (On an interesting side note, the CLS has been used for harbor patrols in AquaQuad’s native South African waters.)

The AquaQuad CLS starts at $4,833 and is available through the company’s dealer network, which is listed on the website.