NORCAL BOAT, SPORT & RV SHOW

SHOW HOURS

FRIDAY: 12 noon- 7:00 p.m.

SATURDAY: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

SUNDAY: 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.



norcalsportshow

JET ROPELLED AERIAL AWESOMENESS!

ADMISSION

GENERAL: $7.00

SENIORS 65 & over: $5.00

CHILDREN 7-15: $3.00

CHILDREN 6 & under: FREE with adult


1711-B Bruce Drive

Anderson, CA 96007

207-825-4143

NORCAL BOAT, SPORT & RV SHOW

DAILY HYDROFLIGHT SHOWS

      The Jetovator will literally thrust you into the air from a water takeoff. You can fly up to 50 to 60 feet off the water’s surface.

    If you're not sure what that means, you'll have the opportunity to see several on display and in action during the upcoming Exposure sportsmen's and outdoor recreation shows in Eugene, Roseburg, Medford and Anderson. The new and innovative Hydro Circus from NorCal Jetovator will be performing live shows in the Aqua Drome, a water tank that is a new feature to the 2017 shows. This is the only show of its kind on the west coast and only the second show in the entire country. This cutting-edge watersport is sure to amaze and awe.

     The Jetovator is the creation of Dan Piazza and Rob Innes, the owners of Innespace Productions, a Redding company. NorCal Jetovator, a business that is based at Bridge Bay Resort at Shasta Lake, will be displaying and operating the watercraft at the outdoor shows.

      “It’s an amazing thing to ride,” said Joe Natale, owner of NorCal Jetovator and a distributor of the machine. “It’s a vertical flying water bike. With a little bit of practice you can be doing 360s, back flips and diving under the water.”

     The Jetovator is attached to a high output personal watercraft by a hose and thrust adapter. The watercraft provides the power and thrust for the Jetovator to fly skyward at up to 25 mph and to dive 10 feet below the water’s surface. Aerial stunts such as barrel rolls and back flips can be done with training and practice.     

      Joey Natale, Joe’s son, has been flying the Jetovator for almost five years and is ranked No. 1 in the world, judging from skills competitions held all over the world. He is skilled at doing stunts such as spins, backflips and dives on the Jetovator. He will demonstrate their capabilities at the upcoming shows.

      “It speaks for itself when it flies,” Joe Natale said. “It’s a fast growing water sport. In my opinion, it is easy to fly.”

     The Jetovator has been on the market for the past seven years.

The Freedom Flier, a Jetovator with a chair that allows those with disabilities to fly, will also be displayed at the shows.

     Natale said the use of the Jetovator has exploded and it has been sold around the world to those who enjoy acrobatics above and in the water.


SEABREACHERS & THE JETOVATOR

Innespace Productions, as been selling these unique vessels for the past 6 years. Each Seabreacher model come standard with a 260hp supercharged engine, two race style seats, and a list of additional options to customize the build. The most popular model is the shark style Seabreacher X, which is a high performance version with an aggressive appearance, and your choice of paint. In addition to their standard Shark, Dolphin and Orca models, they recently created a 300 horse power Hammerhead Shark, a friendly Manatee with whiskers, and a spectacular Seabreacher Sailfish – complete with a water cannon and a removable sail for achieving barrel rolls.


The Seabreacher can sustain high speed dives just beneath the surface, and then breach skyward launching the entire vessel clear out of the water up to 18ft, all while being fully enclosed in the watertight cockpit. The supercharged marine engines allow the Seabreacher to reach speeds in excess of 55mph on the surface, and 25mph underwater. The Seabreachers are powered by conventional personal watercraft engines, allowing them to be easily serviced at any PWC dealership. The fully vectored thrust system mimics the tail articulation of real aquatic animals like sharks and dolphins, which allows for porpoising and radical freestyle maneuvers.

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Friday- 12:30, 2:30, 4:30, 6:30 p.m.

Saturday-11:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:15, 4:15, 5:15 p.m.

Sunday-11:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:30 p.m.