What’s more “upper crust” than owning a Lamborghini? How about owning a yacht? Better yet, out-do both by owning a Lamborghini brand yacht. Introducing the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63.

The high-end automaker has partnered with Italian Sea Group to produce a small yacht with a design inspired by supercars. Named in reference to Lambo’s founding year of 1963, the watercraft borrows multiple design elements of classic Lambos over the years, creating one of the most sleek boats we’ve ever seen. A notable design reference includes the Y shaped bow lights, referencing the Terzo Millenio concept.

Set to start deliveries sometime next year, the yacht will be customizable via the Lamborghini Ad Personam program. This will offer a variety of colors and livery options, with two interior options to choose from.

As for the powertrain: The yacht will be powered by a pair of MAN V-12 engines, allowing for a max speed of 69 mph (or 60 knots, in boat speak). Part of this is due to the boat’s below-average weight, which was achieved from a carbon fiber construction.

Pricing was not listed at this time. Though we can’t help but feel that this is one of those “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” kind of scenarios.

While yachts made by automakers is a fairly new idea, this isn’t the first time they’ve partnered with boat makers. Mercedes has worked with boat builder Cigarette Racing for nearly 15 years to develop boats based on the automaker’s cars. Aston Martin has a submarine, too.

I live in a land-locked state, myself. So I think I’ll have to pass on this opportunity. That’s the only reason why, not at all because I’m not a rich oil tycoon.