Mission statement

Personal water crafts compose on their own a unique chapter in the history of power boats. Usually they are called Jet Skis, though this name refers to the logo of a particular manufacturer. In the past there were many attempts of building such a type of watercraft, however their official presentation to the public was made around 37 years ago when they were first released to the market by a Japanese manufacturer.
Originally, the idea was captured by an American inventor, Clayton Jacobson II, who fabricated the first stand up. Their scope is to bring fun along with the unique filling of the water , speed and air. Playing around the waves, towing a skier and touring away from the coast are some of the things anyone can enjoy on a personal water craft. Additionally, these water crafts are used by the lifeguards as well as in extreme cases like the surf tournaments in Hawaii.
The Departments of Coast Guard and the Army are also using these particular water crafts. Personal water crafts are involved in racing for the past 30 years, where the official board of racing is the International Jet Sports Boating Association (IJSBA).
The scope of this web site is the continuous growth and the promotion of personal water crafts in Greece, bring into contact hobbyists, athletes and professionals. The continuous informing of the public by the this web site and the opposite, warranties the growth of the sport and to help the recreational rider.



Rickter Edge from Blowsion

Rickter Edge FR (neon green) 760cc, dual 44mm Mikuni’s, Carbon B-pipe, billet flywheel, Solas 148mm pump - built for display at 2019 World Finals. Now available - email inquiries too info@blowsion.com. ...
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Maurin: Kawasaki’s asset

Frenchman Raphael Maurin has been the most successful rider for Kawasaki since the four-stroke SX-R was launched in 2017. He won the Mark Hahn 300 along side with Jean-Baptiste Botti, last wear he finished in 2nd place at the IJSBA World Finals in Pro Ski Modified class and a few days ago he brought the...
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Bill Chapin sharing his thoughts about Team Pastorello

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Kole Cramer wins his first world title in Pro Ski GP

There is no doubt that this class was in another level. There were so many riders out there cabable of winning the world title. Dustin Motzouris won Moto1 ahead of Raphael Maurin. In Moto2 Jeremy Poret took the holeshot by closing the door to the holeshot buoy from Dustin Motzouris and won the moto ahead...
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Raphael Maurin wins Pro Ski Stock

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Lee Stone retains his #1 number plate

Pro Freestylerspushed the level of competition to new standards. Yamamoto Tai certainly made a point as well as the 13 eyar old amateur freestyle champion. Mark Gomez made some very impressive trick however he looked anxious and stiff. Lee Stone had an impressive routine and although it seemed that his ski was not working perfectly...
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Aero Aswar wins the Endurance class

Sixteen riders were competing in Endurance class in IJSBA World Finals. Lots of them experienced issues in the first moto and half of them did not make it to the finish line. Frenchman multi national and world champion, Jean-Bruno Pastorello (pictured) had a strong competition with Yamaha rider Aero Aswar however, Jean-Bruno managed to pass...
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