HeliCat 22

HeliCat 22

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No, its not a helicopter and it doesn’t take flight. The HeliCat 22 ($75,000+) does, however, take to the ocean water, especially rough waters thanks to a stable, lightweight catamaran + helicopter design. It won’t take on water from crashing waves like a traditional boat would because an enclosed cockpit prevents the collection of water on-board. While the Helicat 22 can safely cruise in whitecap waves at 20-30 MPH, it boasts a top speed of around 43 MPH thanks to optional dual 90 HP sour-stroke EFI motors. And at only 3,400 pounds, towing this bad boy to the lake or beach is a cinch, even if you happen to be driving a Hyundai.

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