Vanquish’s VQ11 Sports Line is the Ultimate Toy for Super Yacht Owners

Jet skis are cool, but have you ever driven a boat-ski? That’s exactly what the brains trust at Vanquish have created with the VQ11 Sports Line. While the company consider its latest machine a tender, we know a boujee boys toy when we see one. Let’s explore all the wild fun that one can have with this stylish water go-kart.

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Vanquish VQ11 Sports Line

Image: Vanquish

Vanquish has made quite the splash with cashed-up yacht enthusiasts since it popped up on the scene back in 2012. They’ve made a name for themselves by challenging the traditional industry with a unique range of boats and tenders, and the VQ11 is just another example of their boundary-pushing ethos. However, this luxury water scooter will have even the most seasoned sailors doing a double take.

What distinguishes this machine from other jet skis on the market is its hull design, which allows for similar maneuverability with the bonus of having more people onboard. Imagine attacking 90-degree turns with four buddies on board. Sounds fun, right? Looking beyond the unique shape and design, another appealing feature is comfort. The broader, longer hull cuts through waves more effectively than a classic jet ski, making it a more optimal transporting tool.

Vanquish VQ11 Sports Line

Image: Vanquish

Most importantly, the VQ11 boasts a mouth-watering level of power. According to the manufacturer, a Seedo engine is able to produce speeds of 50 knots (90kph). We don’t know about you, but that’s a fair bit of kick. Whether navigating a busy harbour, wakeboarding or spiriting yourself and your guests to a restaurant, this luxurious beast will get you from A to B in a flash.

Beyond its pure power and stability, it’s essential to note Guido de Groot Design was responsible for some of its eye-catching aesthetic. If the name doesn’t ring a bell, know they’ve been around since 1997 and have worked with the most prestigious shipyards to produce some of the most exquisite yacht interiors in the world.

We could not find a price for the VQ11, with potential buyers needing to request a call or email from Vanquish. Considering the cost of similar products in their range, don’t expect to see the VQ11 attached to the back of a 4WD like regular jet skis. Most of these vehicles are located in the garage of larger yachts or superyachts, used by the megawealthy as additional watercraft. Must be nice.

For more information on the VQ11, head to the Vanquish website.

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Vanquish VQ11 Sports Line

Image: Vanquish

Vanquish VQ11 Sports Line

Image: Vanquish

Vanquish VQ11 Sports Line

Image: Vanquish

 

 

Vanquish VQ11 Sports Line

Image: Vanquish

Vanquish VQ11 Sports Line

Image: Vanquish

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