A boat with a built-in camera, an automated onboard voice assistant, and a built in WiFi system.

All this and more, courtesy of a company called Rival.

Rival, which recently raised $2.2 million in a Series A round, is developing a boat that would allow anyone to go from Los Angeles to New York in just 15 minutes using a phone, laptop, or tablet.

It would also let you drive anywhere you want on any land.

In fact, the company is working on a fleet of ships that would travel between Lago Villa and L.P.S. 15 in New York, with all the amenities and amenities that come with being in New Jersey.

The Rival ships would be able to do everything from carry passengers to cruise to take them to the beach, Rival CEO and co-founder Mark Rolfe said in a press release.

And he’s not just talking about cargo, either.

The Rival boats would be the ultimate transport system for vacationers, who might want to cruise around the world without leaving home.

They’d even be able get you to any part of the world, Rolfes said.

Rolfe is confident that a Rival boat will be a success.

“The Rivets are on the front lines of the future,” he said.

“They are the only boat company with the technology to make this technology practical and cost-effective.”

He says the company plans to start shipping its first ship in 2021.

For now, you can look forward to a fleet with about 15 Rival vessels that will be able travel between New York and Lago.

But it’ll be awhile before Rival actually starts shipping the boats.

The company is currently working on another vessel that will have a different function.

The boat would be powered by two diesel engines, with a power rating of 10,000 watts.

It has a seating capacity of 50 passengers.

And it has a cruising speed of 70 miles per hour.

Rolf, Ralf, and their engineers are currently working with a consortium of marine transportation companies to figure out the best way to make sure that the ship will be built.