Or this bloke - he even has a Lifejacket. Sorry, I mean Bouyancy Aid, sorry, I can't tell the difference. Mike will be along shortly :-)
The Product Description cracked me up:
To many, holidays at the seaside are still a synonym for relaxation. Sun, sea and sandy beaches are factors for a nice holiday. Water craft are a common feature on many of these beaches. They are hired out to holiday makers as well as used by coast guards. BRUDER has now added the summertime combination of Land Rover Defender pick-up and personal water craft to the range. The Land Rover Defender pick-up has no problem with pulling the loaded trailer to the water. In addition to the opening rear door as well as side doors, the bonnet opens to show off the detailed engine block. The rear seat and the drawbar coupling can also be removed. Suspension on both axles means there are no terrain boundaries during play time. The new BRUDER personal water craft features an unsinkable design to prevent any capsizing. For safety reasons, riders have been equipped with a life vest. The water craft accommodates two world figures. Use the modern trailer design to transport the water craft. It features a fold-down ramp and outriggers at the front as well as rear. The water craft is secured using transport brackets."