Here’s a synopsis of eight water toys designed for those who like living on the edge. The Subwing, created by inventor, Simon Syverson,is a hand-held “fin” used to tow a brave rider behind a speedboat. The Subwing is made up of two independently piloting hydrodynamic wings. It can be ridden above or below the waters’ surface.
Next, is a go cart built for water. The Swiss-built Wokart incorporates a steering wheel and automotive controls making the craft handle like a cart built for land. It has the style of a catamaran with an outboard engine. The Wokart is fast, agile, responsive, and stable. There’s only room for one in this red-hot machine.
The JetSurf Motorized Surfboard is also on the list. We’ve covered it many times and it is not only for recreational use, it’s a competition machine as well. All boards are comprised of carbon fiber, making them light and fast. Attach the leash to your wrist, strap in your feet, and grab the throttle. These bad boys don’t even require waves!
Interested in a flying bike? Jetovator Flying Bike can hook you up as long as you have a friend willing to drive a PWC so you can take to the air. A jet ski with at least 180hp is necessary for creating the water propulsion needed to operate the flying bike using the 66-foot connector hose.
Another water propelled human flying machine is the Jet Lev Flyer. Carbon Sports GmbH in Germany is the only manufacturer that builds the complete carbon fiber made JetLev-Flyer JF-300. PWC owners can purchase the Jetpack Add-On Kit, which is compatible with Sea-Doo, Yamaha, and Kawasaki skis.
We can’t leave out the Zapata Flyboard! The Flyboard has evolved into the Flyboard Air and E-Z Fly. Zapata has brought it back around and created the Flyride. The Flyride is an adapter for your personal watercraft that enables you to launch into the air from a beach or a dock. Zapata has taken hydroflight to a level we didn’t think possible.
Coming back down to earth, we present the Seabob. The Seabob is a jet-ski bodyboard combination. It is a versatile machine that can be used for cruising above and below the waters’ surface.
Lastly, we have the Seabreacher, which we’ve covered many times and it’s coming at you again! Innerspace Productions is responsible for this crazy craft. One can’t help but smile when looking at a killer whale doing air spins on a lake.