• Sea-Doo gets a little less "personal" with its watercraft lineup, launching the Switch family of pontoons. The Switch remains Sea-Doo to the core, bringing together PWC-style handlebar steering and a Rotax jet drive, along with a modular deck design.
  • Back in 2018, Hungary's Narke revealed the world's first electric personal watercraft designed for proper series production – the GT45. Now the company has announced its latest model, with a more powerful electric drive and room for three.
  • Last September, Canada's Taiga Motors hit the water with a sexy US$24,000 carbon-bodied electric Jet Ski named the Orca. Now the company has put two more models up for pre-order, with prices starting at $15,000.
  • The world of personal watercraft appears to be ripening for the transition to electric. And why not? Check out this 180-horsepower Canadian beast.
  • ​Perhaps best-known for its diesel engines and robotic agricultural equipment, Japanese company Yanmar also makes personal watercraft. Its latest addition to the latter category is a little something known as the Wheeebo, which is kind of like an aquatic Segway.
  • ​The Nikola Motor Company has previously brought us battery-electric cargo trucks and off-road vehicles. This month, the Arizona-based startup announced that another e-vehicle will be joining its lineup – the WAV personal watercraft.
  • Hungarian company Narke claims it's building the world's first electric personal watercraft (PWC) designed for proper series production. The Electrojet is a 60-hp (45-kW), carbon-bodied electric sit-down jet ski capable of doing 35 mph (55 km/h) in near silence.
  • A memorable year, 2017 saw high-flying hydrofoils make a step down from boats to boards and bikes and new water toy debuts ranging from personal submarines fit for James Bond to underwater propulsion systems slapped on like a smartwatch. Here are our favorite water toys of the year.
  • Gasoline-powered stand-up PWCs aren't particularly popular at the moment, thanks to strict emissions and safety regulations. But the team at Free Form Factory isn't ready to let the fun die just yet, turning to electric power to create a cleaner, quieter weekend toy.
  • ​Snorkelling may be a great way of seeing marine life close to shore, but things get a little trickier if you want to explore the waters that lie farther out. That's why a group of entrepreneurs created the Aeon Explorer. It's an electric watercraft that lets its riders see beneath the surface.
  • They’re expensive, but quirky weekend toys open the door to a world of fun beyond what cars can offer. BRC, parent to Can-Am and Seadoo, has been busy keeping its lineup of weekend warriors fresh and ready for fun, unleashing a new Can-Am Spyder and Maverick alongside an updated Sea-Doo Spark.
  • Lampuga, the maker of one of the world's fastest electric surfboards, now makes it easier to get out onto the water and motor your way to fast-paced thrills. Its Air board is an inflatable jet-drive surfboard designed to pack small and ride fast.
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