You could turn something like this (above) into a hotel. Five lakes in three days – something like that? Add a chef, a stocked galley and serving wenches and it might have some appeal?
Or you could live aboard a boat and let the wind push you (which happens in an aircraft too, of course).
I’ve heard it often said, and I think correctly, that the journey is every bit as important as the destination.
It’s true of life, because a six foot drop and a mouth full of dirt is not as appealing as sailing to Bora Bora on a 50′ ketch (with a stocked galley, a chef, serving wenches, etc).
There is a theme going here. Sailing before the wind or flying over the weather, it’s all about the experience.