From today you can (almost) drive a Vespa in the middle of the sea

SeaCruiser - SeaRider - View from Behind
SeaCruiser – SeaRider – View from Behind

SeaRider came up with the Sea Vespa, and presented it in Düsseldorf along with another model reminiscent of sport bikes. SeaCruiser and SeaRacer are two watercraft that combine the exciting experience of jet skiing with the distinctive design of a motorcycle or scooter, creating a unique proposition. SeaCruiser evokes the iconic styling of the Piaggio Vespa, while SeaRacer features a sporty, futuristic design similar to that of a supersport road bike.

SeaRider’s focus is not limited to aesthetics; both models have been optimized for performance, stability, and safety. The propulsion system consists of a dual electric motor with an internal inverter, providing exceptional power and a smooth ride. In addition, the hull design is designed to maximize efficiency and handling, allowing riders to enjoy the riding experience to the fullest.

SeaCruiser – The Sea Wasp

SeaCruiser - SeaRider - Side View
SeaCruiser – SeaRider – Side View

SeaCruiser is ideal for fans of Piaggio’s legendary home scooter. With a structure that echoes the style of the iconic, traditional motorcycle, SeaCruiser offers exceptional comfort and a fun ride. Thanks to its two 18 kW electric motors, this model can reach a maximum speed of 29 knots and offers a range of 90 minutes, providing hours of fun on the water. It weighs no more than 70 kilograms and is available in three colors: magenta, cream and sugar paper.

SeaRacer – Supersport on the wave

SeaRacer - SeaRider - Side View
SeaRacer – SeaRider – Side View

The sportier SeaRacer, on the other hand, is designed for those seeking a more compelling and adrenaline-pumping experience. With a sporty and aggressive design, SeaRacer offers superior performance and higher top speed. With a power output of 33 kW, this model can reach a maximum speed of more than 40 knots for an exciting and dynamic driving experience. It weighs 65 kilograms and is available in light gray, gunmetal gray and electric blue.



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