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Zapata™ is the undisputed leader in developing and manufacturing hydro- and jet-powered technologies and products. Zapata's™ proprietary methodology, algorithms, and patented designs are currently commercialized and in development within the recreation, entertainment, military, medical, and industrial sectors.
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New Atlas - The Flyride is a 2-seater device that looks like the shell of a small quad bike. It attaches to just about any jet ski using a tailored hose and jet capture system, and the water runs up the middle of the bike and is forced out through twin steerable jets at the front.
Devonlive - A 33-year-old Torbay man has returned home from his first flyboarding competition with a runner-up trophy. James Prestwood took second place in the competition in Porto Cesareo, in south east Italy, and said it had given him a confidence boost as he sets his sights on qualification for the world championship in France next June.
The Auburn Plainsman - Alexis Goldhagen, senior in marketing, launched her business before she made it to her graduation day. Goldhagen had heard of flyboards before from the internet but had never seen one in person before until going on a spring break trip to Grand Cayman.
cnbc - A champion jet ski racer wanted to fly, so he designed his own jet-powered hoverboard. Now the EZ Fly is being considered for use by the military.
The LCN - Conesus Lake residents were treated to a strange sight Sunday afternoon as a man, equipped with what appeared to be a water-propelled jet pack, hovered his way back and forth, a full 20 feet above the lake’s surface.