Hov Pod Amphibious Hovercraft are capable of operating on both land and water. Hov Pod allow users to reach tidal sand and mud areas to farm shell fish such as clams, cockles and mussels while flying 9 inches above the ground.
Driving other amphibious vehicles like Argos is as close as most people will ever get to driving a tank; first because of the way it climbs and turns; second because its ride is probably just as rough. Crashing through a swamp that showered the vehicle in muddy water and then climbing a rock strew hill that bounced me off the seat, my cell phone flew out of my breast pocket and splat in the water!
If you have a task, adventure or need to explore, travel, survey, rescue or transport people and products across amphibious terrain, contact Hov Pod, lets discuss your project?
Hov Pod Amphibious Hovercraft can operate over flooded land, mud, riverbeds, shallow water/tidal regions, rapids, shingle beaches, open water, grass, sand, desert, swamps, marshland, prairies, wetlands, meadows, bogs, bayous, mud, shores, weeds, submerged plants, snow, ice, roads, shallow lakes dried up salt marshes, sandbanks, roads, indeed any flat surface at speeds up to 45 mph without effecting wild life or the ecology.
“The word amphibian comes from the Greek word amphibios, which means to live a double life. Amphibians spend their lives in the water and on land.”
Amphibious Hovercraft Video
Hov Pod Amphibious Hovercraft fly over different terrain seamlessly, can land and take off from water. Hov Pod are designed specifically for stability, durability, buoyancy and salt water operation. Hov Pod Amphibious Hovercraft are engineered to be all terrain workhorses able carry up 9 people or deliver a 1500 lbs (680Kg) payload, they are affordable. easy to purchase, operate, maintain and use.
In search and rescue operations, Hov Pod keep first responders above the danger, not in it. Because Hov Pod safely hover 9 inches above any terrain and water, they can get close to victims that a boat or helicopter can’t reach.
Hov Pod are safer and more fuel-efficient than boats, they are affordable, easy to purchase, operate, maintain and use.
Don’t settle for a hovercraft, own a Hov Pod.
Other Vehicle’s Erosion Difficulties
Louisiana’s 3 million acres of wetlands are lost at the rate about 75 square kilometers annually, but reducing these losses is proving to be difficult and costly.
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists have undertaken cooperative studies with several Federal and State agencies to study the Louisiana coast.
USGS and other studies indicate that major shifts in the course of the Mississippi River have contributed significantly to the demise of the wetlands.
Methods to mitigate wetlands loss are costly and politically sensitive, affecting communities, agriculture, and industry.