Imitation Of Flight With SubWing



Simon Siversten, future watercraft, subwing
SubWing is a water sport product made of two connected wings that rotate independently. They are made of hollow carbon and are connected with Dyneema rope, which so far is the strongest known tie. Simon Siversten designed it to be towed by a boat, while you’re hanging on it. Even a small boat that can develop 2 to 4 knots is already enough to get you flying. SubWing is also created in such a way that even a person who doesn’t have much arms muscles strength may operate it. So, if you are interested in flying sensations – good luck on your SubWing experience!

Simon Siversten, future water sport, subwing
Via: Tuvie.com
Simon Siversten, future watercraft, subwing

Simon Siversten, future watercraft, subwing

Simon Siversten, unique watercraft, subwing

Simon Siversten, future flight, subwing

Simon Siversten, future water sport, subwing

Simon Siversten, modern water sport, subwing


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