Prototype Boat Flies Above Water at 70 MPH

Prototype Boat Flies Above Water at 70 MPH – The Sea Phantom is a prototype high-speed boat, which almost flies above the water, using an aerofoil-shaped body and a pair of spring-loaded hydrofoils. [Wired]
Prototype Boat Flies Above Water at 70 MPHThe Sea Phantom is a prototype high-speed boat, which almost flies above the water, using an aerofoil-shaped body and a pair of spring-loaded hydrofoils.

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