This boat is powered by your jet ski. The Wave Boat is made by Sealver. You simply drive your jet ski into the boat and it locks itself into place. The belt-buckle system allows you to quickly connect and release. You can go from sun-bathing to adrenaline-filled rides in seconds. It's compatible with most Yamaha, Sea-Doo and Kawasaki jet skis. Patrick Bardon created the Wave Boat because he wanted to share his love of jet skiing with his family. It took two years to turn his drawings into Wave Boats. Patrick says people use them as small islands. They relax, wake board, and jet ski all in the same day. The Wave Boats are so versatile that firemen use them for water rescue. They're custom fitted to hold oxygen tanks and other equipment. "It's a boat dedicated to lifeguards, it's a boat that needs to be fast. So to be fast, it releases a stronger jet of water that permits a greater acceleration and permits the personnel to work in security. The fact that it uses a turbine rather than a helix motor, the divers that dive underneath the boat can also work in a secure environment." The typical consumer can choose from five different models. The Wave Boat 444 is compact and sporty. The Wave Boat 525 is a family-friendly design. It has sunbeds and a table for a more relaxed outing on the water. The Wave Boat 656 is the most luxurious. The Wave Boat 656 is the most luxurious. Sealver also offers two inflatable models. The Wave Boat 575 and 626 offer a more thrilling ride. Ready to hit the waves?
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Why is this so special?? Cuz it’s def not new whatsoever or innovative. I remember they had this on the show baywatch 20 years ago.....what’d that guy not patent it or something or renew the patent like the fidget spinner lady??? The one from back in the day was wayyyyy bigger too this has virtually no space for humans so is essentially useless!!
So how long has this been on the market.Becouse this is just a version of an old product that was out in the early 90s.didn't sell well. I thought ski doo. So this is not a new invention,just motified.
No boat only costs 500 it just doesn't work, jetskis the 90s ones anyways were easy and cheap to fix, boats are money pits , this is for a niche crowd but I'd get one of these instead of a boat any day
Wonderful idea. But just for the sake of redundant safety I would recommend a small electric motor (think trolling motors) be installed. That way the boat isn't completely dependant on the jet ski, for short distance, of course.
Given the price point of these it is absolutely useless... you could buy an entire boat with more seating room and engine at that cost which will hold a higher resale value and be more useful in the long run.... only reason these are going to sell is the "wow" factor and fact people do not actually research what they are doing.
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