The flying electric jet ski will be ready in 2020


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Foiling mania continues to spread in the world of pleasure boating. After having told you about the sea scooter with foils, after having seen what foils are, how they work and the advantages could not miss the electric jet ski with foil.

The electric jet ski with foils

The first fully electric watercraft with foils comes from Australia. Made by Electro Nautic in collaboration with University of Western Australia will debut on the market by 2020, after the final tests that will make it safe and stable. Here is the video.



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