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Limited to one per country—and totally worth $1.7 million.

If you’ve ever talked to a longtime Mercedes-Benz owner, you get the sense that they probably will never drive anything else.

We suspect the same will hold true for those who buy one of the brand’s latest rides—the 960-horsepower Arrow460 Granturismo.

Touted as the preeminent experience in luxury boating, this Mercedes is essentially the brand reimagined as an open-air, high-powered water vessel. The Arrow460 Granturismo was developed in partnership with Silver Arrows Marine and inspired by many of the same classic design cues that have birthed cars like the Mercedes AMG GT- S.

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In fact, the first instance of the yacht, which measures 46 feet in length, is even named “Mercedes.” And much like the brand’s other vehicles, the company has spared no expense with features when designing the boat.

The Arrow460 Granturismo comfortably seats 10 and features tables and beds that can be extended or shortened to ensure maximum comfort. Other amenities include a luxury bathroom with a separate dressing room area as well as a wine cellar and an ice-making machine.

“Almost everything about Arrow 460 Granturismo is unique, from its concept to the smallest bespoke detail,” says Silver Arrows Marine Chairman Ron Gibbs. “It is a motor yacht with a personality that truly embraces life, combining the best marine engineering with the inspired innovations and elegance that the world associates with the Mercedes-Benz name.”

The official Mercedes press release on the “Arrow460 Granturismo” doesn’t include a price tag. But if the rumors are correct, the yacht will start at $1.7 million and be limited to one per country, making it one of the most exclusive Mercedes in the world.

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