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Kymera Electric Jet Powered Bodyboard Pink £5995.00
This electric-powered board is not only an exciting new way for people to enjoy the water, it’s also an invaluable tool for emergency services that need to keep others safe out on the water. The Kymera Body Board has been recognized for helping lifeguards, police, fire departments, and military personnel do their jobs more effectively. Kymera is the next evolution in personal electric-powered sports. We are a PopSci Invention award winner, and we have been featured on ABC’s Shark Tank (US Dragon's Den) twice. Kymera is sold and distributed exclusively by Camping & Leisure World in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Product Dimensions: 206cm x 81cm x 30cm
What is the top speed:
Personal watercrafts (PWC) have many names with the most common being Jetski, Jet Board, Sea-doo, kayaks, SUPs and paddleboards.
For those new to PWC’s it’s important to ensure that you have a good understanding of the basics before getting on a craft. In the UK, there are a number of water sports centres that offer tuition and courses for beginners.
The RYA the UK’s national body for all forms of boating and watersport, offers a personal watercraft proficiency course, which takes only a day to complete and is recognised globally. The course provides those new to the sport a safe way to get started. The certificate is a requirement to launch in many harbours in the UK, and can be a condition if you wish to use your ski abroad.
Personal Gear – Check List
Traveling across the water at high speeds requires personal protection from wind, cold, spray and sun.
Essential personal kit includes:
Courtesy to other water users
Remember you are not the only one enjoying the water. Consideration for other users helps to create harmony for all.
Noise travels easily across water. Using a PWC in one area for extended periods may annoy others.
DON’T wave jump behind a boat. It’s unnerving for the boat driver and dangerous
Although not a legal requirement, we strongly recommend insuring your PWC to protect yourself and indeed others whilst out on the water.
Why Insure? – Well its obvious really. A Personal Watercraft is a major purchase. New craft can cost anything from £5,000 to £20,000+. If you buy anything at that price you need to insure it against, Damage, Theft and Fire. You do that because you, the owner, need to protect your investment.
What about Public Liability? – Most PWC insurance package will come with a substantial ab=mount of public liability insurance, this means should the worst happen, and you injure someone else or damage someone’s property, you will be covered by your insurer. Please go through public liability in detail with your insurer so you’re aware of exactly what is covered.
Water sports and coastal activities: safety advice
Beaches and coastlines are great places to enjoy a range of water sports and other activities. This guidance will help you take responsibility for your safety, by making sure you’re prepared for the conditions and properly trained.
All sports have their own rules, but there are some general safety tips that apply to all water activities:
*If you see someone in difficulty: Don't attempt a rescue - tell a lifeguard, or dial 999/112 and ask for the coastguard.
Water safety and life-saving training
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