The Seabob Cayago F7 uses a revolutionary electric jet that generates 700 newtons of thrust to propel riders along under the waves at speeds of up to 9mph. Its jet system is the first in the world to feature an impeller, a special kind of rotor, that’s powered by an electric motor, which sucks in water then fires it out the back of the craft. The F7 can dive to more than 130ft, and its speed is controlled by hand controls that flick through its 10 gears. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
According to the company’s website: “Relaxed gliding, sporty driving or diving safely under water – it’s all possible with a Seabob. It’s now actually possible to move through the water like a dolphin, either on the surface or at depth. The Seabob offers all-round high-performance. This is because its hydrodynamic shape gives it unexpected agility in the water. Steering and diving couldn’t be easier – it’s all done by shifting your body weight. Apply only light pressure and the Seabob will obligingly begin to dive, man and machine forging ahead with power and purpose.”