however agile your watercraft might be, it can never stack up to the agility of the land-going go-kart, well, that is until now. meet the WoKart Personal Watercraft, the boat that will give you the speed and agility of a go-kart (hence, the ‘kart’ in its namesake) on the open water. described as an asymmetric catamaran, the WoKart is powered by a 70 hp
every now and then, we waited for someone to come along and challenge the norm and today, we see Italian designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini doing so with the Water Jet Capsule. by its name, you can’t really tell what the Jet Capsule is and if it ever happens to be “parked” on dry land, you might even mistaken it for a road-going vehicle.
you don’t need a roof rack for your car to get into the sport of kayaking with the Point 65N Modular Kayaks. as the name the product name implies, these boats are of modular design which simply means each watercraft can be broken down into modules and thrown into the back of your vehicle or truck.
what can you do in 60 seconds? for some frictional characters, they can probably jack some luxe sports cars, but as a regular person, that’s the time you take to snap a boat together. putting a boat together in 60 seconds seems like a sci-fi stuff, and that’s not to mention owning a boat without having to pay for maintenance
forget about the pimped up Pennwick Custom Golf Carts. if you really want absolute style when you are hitting the fairways, The Golf Cart Hovercraft by Neoteric Hovercraft is the way to go. when pro golfer Bubba Watson’s Oakley BW1 hovercraft first made its debut, you couldn’t own one even you have the cash to spare, but thanks to the good people
fancy building your own boat for some summer water adventure, but turned off by the prospect of cooping up in the garage for months end (that’s if your garage is even big enough for a full size sailboat)? well, the Balmain Boat Company Sailboat Kit won’t be needing months to complete and it is sure going to fit in a regular size garage when built.
the concept of amphibious vehicle does not quite turn out like James Bond’s submersible Lotus Espirit, does it? they are either too impractical or way too military (which means, you probably can’t buy it). however, a new entrant to this unable-to-age segment known as the WaterCar Panther Amphibious Vehicle is looking pretty promising. first off, it does look like a car, albeit one that look too Jeep Wrangler-like
even after over two years after its launch, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar Boat is still worthy of being feature here. especially after it has made a historical 19-month trip, circumnavigating the world’s water with just only solar power. more recently, the Swiss catamaran sets sail with a scientific purpose; to collect data along the Gulf Stream under the project dubbed
if you are heading down to your local lake for picnic or fishing trip, you probably would have a boatload of stuff to bring and a boat in tow, and unless you have a camper that likes water or a trailer, chances are, you will need a BoatPack on the roof of your car. make sense? probably not yet, so read on and it will make a whole lot of sense.
a kayak can takes you where no motorized boat can, but a motorized boat can get you farther beyond what your physical stamina can. so what if you want to venture further than what your arms can afford you and to where no regular size boat can? the answer is in the Mokai Motorized Kayak.