Respect for the environment
Eco-friendly, quiet, reliable
Reduced wake: optimized energy use, smooth ride
Control foil stability, safety and performance
Respect of the marine environment
100% electric personal water craft
Thanks to the hydrofoils
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A broad range of options
Yes, it’s a 100% electric catamaran that needs no fuel to run. It recharges just like an electric bike, by plugging into a standard outlet.
Category D: in protected waters
These boats are designed to navigate in protected coastal waters, bays, lakes, rivers and canals. They are able to withstand winds up to force 4, established at 16 knots with gusts up to 23 knots, and waves with a significant height of 0.3 m or 12 inches (maximum 0.5 m / 20 inches). (The actual wave-clearing capacity of the hydrofoil watercraft is 0.8 m / 31.5 inches).
For the Overboat 100F model we recommend a maximum weight of 100 kg (220 pounds).
For the Overboat 150F model we recommend a maximum weight of 150 kg (330 pounds).
For the models with hydrofoils, note that a boat designed to “fly” above the water needs to remain as light as possible for optimum performance.
For the Overboat 100F model only one person can ride at a time. (Maximum weight of 100 kg / 220 lb).
For the Overboat 150F model two people can ride together. (Maximum weight of 150 kg / 330 lb).
No, the hydrofoils are built into the hull, so landing on the beach could damage them.
- For the Overboat 100F model ensure that the operator is at least 14 years old and that an adult is present to supervise any use of the OVERBOAT by minors.
- For the Overboat 150F model the operator must be at least 16 and have a boating permit.
For other countries, please inquire with the relevant regulatory authorities.
Watercraft do not have brakes – you can only decelerate. The only way to stop the boat cold is to pull the kill switch. This method is not recommended for stopping the boat during normal operation, but only in case of an accident or emergency.
Yes, all OVERBOAT models are highly maneuverable, and you can put them in reverse if needed.
Yes, you must wear a personal flotation device (PFD) approved by the relevant authorities and appropriate for use with a personal watercraft. It is recommended that you wear protective clothing.
It’s up to you to decide whether to wear a helmet when boating for fun.
We recommand you to check with your country rules.
The OVERBOAT is a boat, not a toy. Falling off or incorrect operation/driving may result in severe injury, which is why it is essential to use the OVERBOAT correctly. Pay attention to weather conditions and take the time to look at the water surface you’ll be travelling on. Don’t go out in winds higher than force 4 or if the waves are higher than a significant height of 12 inches, with occasional waves as high as 20 inches.
The battery charge time is 1 hour and 45 minutes to go from a 20% charge to 100%.
For the Overboat 100F model there are three 22-pound removable batteries.
They can be changed out in 2-3 minutes.
The Overboat 150F model has a single 132-pound battery that is not removable. You will need to moor the boat for the full recharging time (about 1 hour 45 minutes with the faster charging device) before going out again for a maximum cruising time of 2 hours.
The lifespan is 1000 charge-discharge cycles (after which the batteries will operate at less than 70% of their initial capacity).
Yes, the 2 front hydrofoils can be easily folded up like a small centerboard.
The foil/rudder blade/motor assembly at the rear is heavier, but we have incorporated a simple and easy-to-use patented foldaway system with a rope, pulley and handle.
The OVERBOAT’s hydrofoils are completely retractable,
allowing for easy launching and use in shallow water.