In our electric surfboard interview section you will learn from the makers of the industry what is driving them. These pioneers spend endless hours developing something nobody has done before. They take risks and make major investments as they believe the electric surfboard dream. The picture here shows a test of a prototype which we joined.
We usually meet the major manufacturers twice a year and became friends with most of them. We share our feedback to improve the products.
With the eFoil e2 Lift Foils introduced the second generation of their electric hydrofoil already some time ago. But the team around CEO Nick Leason continues to make improvements to their boards with additional options and software updates.
The CEOs and founders of the e-surfer companies share their thoughts about how the future may look like for this sport and what the challenges are. Compared to electric skateboards an e-surfboard needs much more power, which easily can lead into heating problems. And of course, the battery, the controller and the remote control need to be absolut waterproof.
In our electric surfboard interview we are also learning about their hobbies as teenagers. As you can guess a lot of waterspouts, but also snowboarding and riding longboards. Some share what their next steps will be and what we can expect for the future.