"..his two motorboats slit the water of the sound" .What type of figurative language is that?

Question:Hello, my daughter has this question on her homework, they ask what kind of figurative language is used in the following sentence, it comes like that:

Figurative language alert!

"..his two motorboats slit the water of the sound"

Any clues??...regards


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