Check Out This Awesome All-Electric Hydrofoil Boat!
As summer is just around the corner, you might be in search for some awesome things to do, and we might have the perfect thing for you!
If you have the money and are seeking for a new thrill, you may want to invest in an awesome mode of transportation. Okay, I’m not telling you to buy a car.
I’m suggesting that you might want to buy the Quadrofoil! And if you never heard of it, you’re going to love it!
The Quadrofoil is an electric hydrofoiling personal watercraf, that provides the most economically efficient and completely environmentally friendly mode of recreational marine transportation.
So it’s cool, and it’s also extremely friendly with the environment, well here are two things that you rarely find in a sentence.
Quadrofoil is suitable for lakes, rivers, seas as well as marine protected areas (places in which most motor boats and personal watercrafts are prohibited), because this thing is extremely quiet, and doesn’t produce any waves or emissions.
The watercraft can be fully charged in under 2 hours, has a range of up to 100 km (54 nautical miles), and can reach a top speed of up to 40 km/h (21 knots).
Also, the Quadrofoil features a C-foil technology which allows it to fly on water at its top speed, and with a much better efficiency than any other personal watercraft on the market.
The price for a Q2A Electric one starts from 15.000 €, while the Q2S Electric Limited Edition has a starting price of 22.500 €. So, let’s see how this thing looks like, and what makes it so special!
“The lightweight modular hull is built from composite materials, delivers flawless technical performance and at 100kg, makes handling the vessel one-person-easy.”
“Unlike the Titanic, Quadrofoil is actually unsinkable. The hull is hollow, so even in the worst case scenarios, Quadrofoil will stay afloat.”
“The inbuilt anti-collision system absorbs the collision forces in case of shock. This will reduce impact and ensure higher passenger and vehicle safety.”
So what do you think, is this thing amazing or what? I bet you just saw yourself having some fun with it, right?
Photo Credits : Quadrofoil