OK, it’s not a full size boat, or even a full size toy, but they do go in the water and dive and resurface and I bet a bunch of us played with them as kids…
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Looks like fun… This U.K. company has a nifty, battery powered "sled" that will tow you around in the water.
Tim, over at Chine bLog, recently built his son a toy ferry boat… designed to fit in with a wooden railroad set. Given that my son was really big in the Thomas the Tank Engine train world for a good while, I wish I had thought of it.
Of course I don’t know that mine would have been as nice… good job Tim!
Today is Lego’s 50th Anniversary (see the link for a nice history and background page). I’m sure many of you have played (or still play) with Lego blocks… great toys. My son loves to play with them, as I always (and still do) love them.
Many people have gotten into the celebration. Google‘s logo for the day is an example.
To make sure we have a boating tie-in here, check out Sunday’s, Mad Marinerâ„¢ slideshow, which is a great collection of lego boats from various Legoland venues. The detail these builders achieve is incredible to me. The page also has some downloadable wallpaper selections if you want to have one as your screen background.
For full disclosure, I write some paid articles for Mad Marinerâ„¢.
A human powered, ride (hop?) aboard hydrofoil… its a "water toy", but so unique I thought it worth a look.