Inventor Russell Randall begins selling a propeller-powered velocatamaran. The Seahorse, a vessel propelled by footwork and propelled by an overhead propeller, is available in two variations, a 14-foot hull length and an 18-foot hull length. The first model costs $3,900 and the second costs $4,400.
The first Seahorse prototype was created back in 2001, but it was not a success and the creator had to significantly redesign it. Then another failure followed - Kickstarter users didn't want to help the project. This did not break the designer either: he found money and started to manufacture boats himself.
It was not the first attempt to make a bicycle and a catamaran. For example, earlier we wrote about water bikes by Schiller Sport.