If you’re tired of going fishing in a standard boat, then you could build a futuristic watercraft like these people have. Continue reading to see more. Click here for first picture in gallery.
With NASA lifting body airfoil technology and a sleek futuristic design, the Sea Phantom could be the ultimate watercraft. It has a top speed of 150MPH and can seat 5 passengers. According to its manufacturer, “several computers operate quietly in the background sampling the vessel’s attitude 400 times per second, automatically balancing the craft until manual override steering inputs are registered.”
At first glance, this may look like a faux pod racer from the Star Wars series, but it’s actually an eco-friendly watercraft — constructed using recycled materials. This creation took Joey Ruiter approximately 3 months and $20,000 to build. It’s powered by two 215hp jet ski engines and features dual throttles to allow the driver to pivot in place.