Quadrofoil: A Jetski That Flies
Aquaman has nothing on you, dude. That is, if you have a Quadrofoil.
The Quadrofoil is an electric-powered, two-seat jetski made from carbon fiber and Kevlar. Underwater “wings” modeled after dolphin fins allow the watercraft to elevate as it skims across the water.
Unlike its website, the Quadrofoil operates with almost no noise, meaning you can easily be the modern-day pirate you’ve always wanted to be. It covers a distance of up to 60 miles on one electric charge, so you may want to plan your booty-taking accordingly. Fortunately, you don’t have to load up on Energizer D-cells or carry a really long extension cord; solar cells on the craft will charge the Quadrofoil’s battery as well as standard methods do.
The Quadrofoil’s top speed is a hairpiece-loosening 25 miles per hour, meaning Aquaman might start looking into the world of performance enhancing drugs or cigarette boats. That means more mermaids and other Aquababes for you. The price of each Quadrofoil is determined by which customizations buyers make to the watercraft. Swimmies do cost extra.