There’s a very good reason why people don’t ride their Jet Skis on shallow waters, and that’s because regular watercraft can be damaged quite easily by rocks found on riverbeds or in streams, not to mention the occasional debris. However, a reliable Jet Ski such as the AlumaSki is able to tackle the issue without a flinch, all thanks to a sturdy quarter-inch-thick aluminum hull. This wonderful watercraft was designed and manufactured by an Alaska-based company named Mackinnon Marine Technologies, and it can carry a weight of up to 1,000 lbs or about 3 passengers.
It is powered by an electronic fuel-injected Yamaha engine that boasts 4 strokes, 4 cylinders and a displacement of 1,052cc. All in all, the engine delivers a power output of 110 horsepower, which is enough to propel the AlumaSki to a top speed of 60 mph. The nearly flat bottom of the Jet Ski allows it to glide across shallow waters without suffering damage, and it ensures that it draws only 2 or 3 inches of water whenever it is on the move.
The AlumaSki costs $25,000.