Back in 2019, we took a look at the WaveFlyer, a public-private project billed as the world’s first electric hydrofoil jet ski. Around that very same time, up on the other side of the equator, France’s Neocean was developing its own e-hydrofoil PWC, a very different take from the Aussie-designed Waveflyer. The company’s sit-atop Overboat starts its ride as a stable catamaran before lifting one or two passengers overtop the water to hit speeds up to 20 knots, or on-water runtimes up to two hours.
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