Subwing Flying Underwater

Subwing Flying Underwater

So what do we think of this new subwing? A good idea? You get towed behind the boat, quitely slowly (2-4knots) and you manipulate the ‘wing’ so that you can dive, surface, spin etc. Looks pretty cool. What do you think?

The SUBWING consists of two separate wings connected in a rotatable swivel. By grabbing the grip on each wing, it can easily be controlled in all directions.

Manoeuvring is done by tilting the wings in different angles. Tilt both wings downwards to dive, and upwards to resurface. If attempting a roll, simply tilt the wings in the opposite directions. Controlling the SUBWING is easy to learn and comes naturally to many beginners. For more experienced SUBWING users, a single hand grip is mounted between the wings on the rear. This grip is designed to be used, for example, when equalizing ear pressure.

Towing speed

Water is about 800 times denser than air, therefore high speeds are not necessarily required to achieve a thrilling sensation under water. We recommend a towing speed of about 2-4 knots. This speed is easily achieved by a boat with a smaller motor and is enough to perform impressive manoeuvres under water.

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