Now, I know what you're thinking: Intrepids have been around forever. Lots of motoryachts tow them for fishing, touring, and water sports fun. And you're right. Michael Obolsky, senior vice president of Intrepid Boats, told me that sales to megayacht owners make up about a third of the company's business. In fact, his company just delivered a 35-foot twin diesel boat to Cakewalk, the 281-footer that will become the largest yacht built on U.S. soil since the 1930s when it launches from Derecktor Shipyards. "Some owners are buying two Intrepids at a time," Obolsky told me. "They keep one in the Caribbean and one in the Mediterranean, so that they don't have to tow or transport them in between the seasons."