FunAir Toy Island
Launched during the Monaco Yacht Show in 2019, the FunAir Toy Island is a new inflatable that can attach to a superyacht swim platform as an extension, or be trailed behind as a floating platform. With the capacity to hold a combination of items including jetskis, sailing dinghies, SeaBobs, SUPs, and even guests, the FunAir Toy Island allows for multiple activities to be enjoyed at the same time. It could even be tethered to a beach or jetty so that guests can use the water toys closer to shore.
Red Shark waterbike
For those looking to have some fun on the water while also getting a workout, the Red Shark Bike Board is a trimaran bike that is pedal powered by its rider. As with a normal bicycle, standard bike handlebars attached to rudders control the direction, while propulsion is provided by an impeller and drive gear shaft powered by pedals pumped by the rider.
All members of the charter party can now fly over the water with ease with the latest hydro-flight equipment. The new Tandem Jetovator has twin controls allowing passengers to ride with an instructor (a trained certified crew member) on either the front or rear seat. Without the need for comprehensive training even the younger guests can have a whirl after a brief demo, knowing that the instructor can take over the controls at any time.
Inflatable toys are no longer merely the preserve of children, because grown-ups can have fun too with Aquaglide’s wide range of inflatable watertoys, which includes slides, trampolines, climbing frames, yacht blobs and even obstacle courses. Can’t decide which is for you? Then go for the complete waterpark. From Aquaglide’s traditional set-up to a more challenging racetrack or circuit, Aquaglide’s latest offerings are quite literally guaranteed to provide endless fun.
Radinn's electric jetboard
Like something out of a Bond movie, the G2X Electric Jetboard from Radinn is probably the most advanced jetboard ever made. Allowing riders to surf without waves, the lightweight board is capable of speeds of up to 36mph – something that even a pro-surfer couldn’t scoff at. And, with no noise aside from your board skimming the waves, and powered by electric charge, the board is both fun-fuelled and kind to your surrounding environment.
A superyacht 'toy box' really depends on the yacht and the cruising area, as it does for many of the watersports activities on offer. Talk to your Burgess charter brokerfor further information on the toy list on board your preferred yacht.
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