Motorized boat that moves quickly on water (about 65 mph); it is propelled by a turbine that sucks in water in front of it and shoots it out behind.
Device made up of two handles that are manipulated by the operator to steer the boat.
Mirror fixed to the hood; it allows the operator to see behind and to the side of the vehicle without turning.
Watertight part of the structure whose aerodynamic shape provides the boat’s flotation and allows it to glide quickly on water.
Waterproof seat on which the operator sits; one or two passengers can sit behind the operator.
One of the two wings attached to the sides of the hull at the stern; the sponsons make the boat more stable and maneuverable.