The Kymara Jet Body board is an electric bodyboard which you ride by laying on the board. The electric jet engine can accelerate you up to 20 mph or 32 km/h.
Are you interested in a DIY electric surfboard? You should have a look at the electric hydrofoil project at Kickstarter.
The team around Chris Vermeulen from Canada is developing an electric propulsion system, which can be mounted to Hydrofoils, Surfboards and SUP’s.
Torque Jet Boards are developing their Mongrel & Xtream surfboards since 2015 from Gold Coast in Australia. The have petrol powered jet boards as well, but let’s focus on their electric surfboards in the article.
E-SURFER is partnering with JESURFNATION, JET BOARD LIMITED and MOTORSURFNATION for a MOTORISED SURFBOARD TOUR EUROPE in September and October 2017.
From September 14th to October 1st the team will visit different locations is Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, Monaco and Austria to test and present different motorised Surfboards.
What is electric wave surfing? Other than an electric surfboard, which is supposed to accelerate you to a speed that you can surf without waves, an electric wave surfboard is designed to catch the right wave for a normal surf experience.
It can be quite hard to paddle fast enough to catch the wave at the right spot. Imagine you have a motor in your board which can bring you exactly to the point where you need to stand up in order to ride the wave without any further help of a motor.
In the Estern part of Berlin we visited Waterrebels CEO Stefan Klug in his office to learn more about the Surfrebel electric surfboard.
We had the opportunity to see his latest prototype and ask him 10 questions about his company and vision.
In our electric surfboard Waterwolf review we will have a closer look at the Waterwolf MPX-3 which is developed in Germany. We had the 2016 130 litre model in house for an unboxing video and of course test rides.
Most electric surfboards have a jet engine, but Waterwolf and the eFoil come with a propeller. Please compare the different boards at our Electric Surfboard Comparison 2017.
Today we will have a preview at the Waterrebels electric surfboard which is still in prototype phase at this time. The Surfrebel will be commercially available in 2018.
The Surfrebel is developed in the eastern part of Berlin, right next to the spree river.
These are busy days for Liftfoils CEO Nick Leason as he is preparing the initial launch of the eFoil later this year. In our eFoil interview from July 2017 he is giving his some insights about him and his company.
We prepared a catalog of 10 questions for our eFoil interview which Nick was able to answer even while he is currently travelling.
An electric SUP board also known as E-SUP does not fit into our main category of electric surfboards, which you can compare in our 2017 electric surfboard comparison.
They are basically to slow and you cannot glide like on a surfboard or snowboard.
That’s said, we thought it would be interesting to cover them at least in an article as there are several brands out they become more.