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It's not the first to try its hand at an all-electric personal watercraft, but the Ohio-based Silveira Group is claiming that its new so-called Green Samba will be the first \"viable\" vehicle of its kind. To that end, the company says that the Green Samba will deliver the same 65 mph performance of

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Although this isn't the first time we've heard \"solar-powered\" and \"kayak\" used in the same sentence, the SPK-1 does its darnedest to make us shake our heads in disbelief. This \"outrigger attachment\" essentially hooks onto any medium / large-sized kayak and relies on the sun to charge up the 12V de

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Nah, the WaveBreaker probably won't provide the kind of thrills that a jet-powered kayak would, but riding around on this thing is a lot less likely to leave you maimed. This electric, inflatable watercraft comes loaded with a 600-watt motor, weighs 66-pounds, and touts the ability to scoot around

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Hanging out at the beach is always a lot of fun, but swimming in the ocean is, like, really tiring, so when our friends all decide to go in the water, we usually cop-out by making up some lame excuse about a leg cramp. Thanks to a new product on the market called the Seabob, however, we may soon be

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