For the world’s most extreme electric surfboard, look no further than the Awake RÄVIK S 22. Unlike its predecessors and the competition, this model boasts a channel-shaped carbon fiber hull that easily slices through water.
If you want to take surfing to the next level, look no further than the Radinn X-Sport jetboard. This electric surfboard measures 6-feet long and has a hull made with XDL Tech construction as well as a polystyrene core reinforced with layers of fiberglass and polymer.
Australia-based Engenuity Solutions has created the world’s largest wave pool, and it’s called Surf Lakes. The system consists of “5 waves technology” with a piston-shaped wave-generating mechanism in the center. How does it work? A compressed air system makes the mechanism rise before it dives down into the water as it’s released, thus producing various types waves for surfers.
Sweden-based Awake Boards unveiled the Rävik S, their second-generation electric surfboard, at Boot Düsseldorf last week. Unlike its predecessor, this model features a redesigned carbon fiber hull that rides 30 percent lower than its predecessor, has a narrow tail as well as softer edges for digging into the water to achieve tighter, harder and faster carves.
The Lampuga Air JetBoard is essentially an all-electric inflatable surfboard. After its parent company went out of business, the Lampuga brand and assets were acquired, which means this new model is just the beginning. the inflatable hull is made from ultra durable double-layer PVC that is capable of folding down when not in use.