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RO# 842

Posted - Jan 12 2019 :  09:43:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Three guys were buzzing around the local marina on what looked to be motorized surfboards.
They were standing up and zipping all over the marina but too far away to see much detail.

Looks like a great fun new water toy. Anyone see them yet?

Edited by - pdecat on Jan 12 2019 11:22:50

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RO# 7357

Posted - Jan 12 2019 :  11:53:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I've never seen one but they have been around for years.

Edited by - cwms on Jan 12 2019 11:57:09

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RO# 1159

Posted - Jan 12 2019 :  13:13:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I saw a couple in outer Vineyard Haven harbor last summer. I could see there was a cabled hand throttle attached to the "bow" and they moved right along.
JetSurf supposedly can reach 35mph. The basic slower model starts at about $10k.


Edited by - Sandy on Jan 12 2019 13:16:08

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RO# 32379

Posted - Jan 12 2019 :  15:05:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I had posted a video from a company about a year ago. Can't find that video, but here's another company

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RO# 12212

Posted - Jan 12 2019 :  15:59:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The gas powered surf board have been around for a few years. A bit loud and have to deal with issues related to small gas motors

I have never seen the ONEAN before. Even cooler are the electric foil boards motor is in the foil and you ride 18 above the water out of the waves. A little over $10k though :(

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RO# 842

Posted - Jan 13 2019 :  09:46:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Neat stuff. I wonder how they keep a gas motor from being drowned?


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