Reversys Drop-Top Yacht

Jan 25, 2019

Category: Rides

As countless Ivy League university studies have shown, owning a yacht is one of the fastest ways to get a woman to remove her bikini top. Now just imagine the avalanche of angel cakes that would spill your way with a drop-top yacht. Ahhh.

The Reversys Boat is based on the racing boats of the 1920s, when the elite would challenge each other to races on one of the Great Lakes. Only the men were topless back then, and everyone hated it. So now, with a retractable hardtop roof, there’s major flexibility, as well protection against burglary and Mother Nature’s worst. Three different cruising configurations mean you can satisfy everyone on board—but especially the coeds. The Reversys is still in the concept stage, but the makers have applied a full-court press to acquire the necessary funding to make this dream a reality.

Reversysboat overview

Reversysboat overview

Reversysboat overview

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