Partly because they are increasingly smaller and, therefore, easier to store. Partly because modern boats have increasingly larger transoms or storage compartments reserved for them (today, even 60-footers have a tender garage). The fact is that water toys are experienced a golden season.
Motorised surfboards, water scooters (of all sizes and shapes) and jet skis are reviving. Foiling solutions are having a great boom. Electric surfboards and hydrodynamic appendages enables the e-surfer to sail with the board suspended half a meter above the water. So let’s see what the market offers to have fun around the boat in summer 2020.
The brand-new jet ski of the recreational line even has the tow hook to practice water skiing. The flagship of jet skis.
Electric and foil-equipped to fly on the water in total silent, the Australian board can reach up to 24 knots of speed and 16 miles of autonomy with one recharge
Even the best known motor surf company offers its electric model. 35 minutes of activity and speeds of up to 27 knots.
The first seascooter with dual engine propulsion. It navigates up to 2 m/s, reaches 40 meters deep and a battery charge lasts 75 minutes.
Electric and foil-equipped surfboard with speed between 5 and 17 knots. Equipped with a 3Kwh engine, Samsung 48v/35a integrated lithium batteries, with an autonomy that varies from 45 to 75 minutes.
In addition to being electric, this surfboard is also inflatable and easy-to-assembly. It can reach 27 knots and has 45 minutes of autonomy.
Up to six hours of sailing and six knots of maximum speed, for the comfortable Manta, also suitable for carrying anything you need for your days at sea.
The first and most popular of the water scooters. Up to 50 minutes of operation and the possibility of navigating both on the surface and underwater.