jetfoil


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jetfoil

[′jet‚fȯil]
(naval architecture)
A hydrofoil craft propelled by one or more gas turbine engines that expel powerful jets of water.
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JetFoil to Capri [euro]16 adult/ [euro]8 child, chair lift from Anacapri [euro]10pp.
The client was very excited by their new and innovative service which, they almost breathlessly told us, meant that, for example, business travellers no longer had to trek out to Heathrow Airport from central London to head into Europe--a short taxi ride and they could jetfoil into Europe from their base on the River Thames--fantastic.
Problem--we were unable to identify a single, sustainable target market segment for which the jetfoil service even matched, let alone exceeded, the benefits of current offerings.
Travelers then head to the fabled Isle of Capri via jetfoil boat for a day of exploration.
es) runs a jetfoil four times a day which takes just 45 minutes and costs around pounds 12 one way.
Shunde is 50 minutes from Guangzhou by car, more than an hour from Hong Kong by jetfoil.
es) runs a jetfoil four times a day which takes 45 minutes and costs pounds 12 one way.
Macao, which returned to Chinese rule in December 1999, is geographically connected to mainland China by a narrow isthmus and only a short jetfoil or ferry boat ride away from Hong Kong.
A new proposal, currently being considered by the Chinese government, could introduce helicopters and jetfoils as high-speed links between the Hong Kong and Shenzhen airports.
Drive high-speed ferries, jetfoils and luxury yachts.