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At $850K, the Enata Foiler is a flying yacht that sits on four hydrofoils, enabling you to glide 5-feet above the waves at speeds up to 40 knots. The hydrostatic propulsion system generates an impressive 740 hp, while joystick controls make piloting a breeze, though we still recommend plenty of professional training before taking anyone out. Its sleek carbon fiber chassis keeps things light, even when the seating area is full of passengers. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
At the push of a button, the hydrofoils can be completely retracted so the Enata Foiler can be used as a normal yacht, allowing you to sail in shallow waters measuring just 24-inches deep as well as docking at a pontoon or a superyacht. On a a related note, Enata also has an aerospace division and builds some of the world’s most advanced unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), radio-controlled planes as well as multi-copters.