The new Cigarette Racing boat is 41 feet long and wears the same livery as the racing car: Silver paint with green and yellow stripes. Motivation comes from a pair of Mercury Racing 1,110-hp marine engines; Cigarette Racing says the boat can manage 100 mph despite weighing more than 20,000 lb. The Mercedes-AMG GT3 racing car, meanwhile, campaigns in FIA GT3 racing with a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V-8 engine and a six-speed sequential transmission. By contrast, the road-going AMG GT S packs a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 engine and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.
The boat’s interior was also brought up to par with what you’ll find in a land-bound Mercedes-AMG, with the German automaker’s design head, Gorden Wagener, helping develop marine-grade leather upholstery, a teak wood floor, and other hand-crafted design elements.
Pricing for the new boat is available “on request,” which is a surefire signal it will be out of most boaters’ budgets. You can take a look at the swanky, high-performance Cigarette Racing boat in the photo gallery below.