Thanks to a pair of MTU diesel engines -- no, we'll take questions at the end -- the Sea Slice has a top speed of 30 knots, making it about as fast as your average racing yacht. There's a fuel tank big enough to take 11,112 gallons of gas out into the big blue with you, and a fresh water reserve of up to 400 gallons -- you know, should you get thirsty.
Entertaining guests on board is no problem thanks to the Sea Slice's wide and stable top deck. When the party wants to go below-stairs however, you'll find 12 single berths and six cabins, all decked out in a brutal, military aesthetic that just screams "party." There's also a sparse galley, although we'll suggest that you get catering in, since there's only a microwave available for use right now. Thankfully, there's also a laundry on board, which we're sure could also pull double duty as a brig, should things get out of hand.
The Sea Slice is currently docked in San Diego, and cost the taxpayer around $15 million dollars to build. So, how much do you expect to pay for this example of unique engineering? $10 million? $5 million? Thankfully, for you lucky people, we have an amazing deal just for you, because you can pick up this vessel for an amazing, rock-bottom price of just $180,000. So, who wants to follow us to the back office with their checkbook?