What are Airboats?
Airboats are flat bottomed vessels propelled by giant fans instead of motors. When the propeller is working, it pushes air behind the boat, which in turn moves the boat forward.
There are no operating parts beneath the waterline, which is what sets the airboat apart from other boats. Due to the lack of a motor, airboats can quickly glide across the surface of the water; something that no other boats can do.
Our airboat ‘Mudskipper’ is exciting and safe for people of all ages, including children 4 years and over.
What is a jetboat?
A Jetboat is a boat propelled by a jet of water ejected from the back of the craft. Because the entire jet drive system is located within the hull, a jet boat has minimal draft and can operate in very shallow water—there’s no propeller or outdrive that could be damaged by hitting bottom.
Our vessel is fast, agile and capable of full 360° spins. You will experience, high-speed drifting and power slides across the harbour.