Why doesn't Google start a hovercraft service rather than the ferry to Redwood City
Original post made by PA Resident on Jan 20, 2014
Any Google people reading this?
on Jan 21, 2014 at 7:06 am
Use LOTS of AV Fuel.
Not cheap at all.
on Jan 22, 2014 at 2:15 am
Old Coot is describing hovercraft as they were when first introduced, modern hovercraft are not so noisy, around 80 decibels, similar to a shopping mall, school classroom or busy restaurant. Air boats are up to 120 decibels, so people often get hovercraft mixed up with air boat noise. Modern hovercraft do not use so much fuel either, they do not push gallons of water out of the way like a boat does. CAD/CNC technology has vastly improved hovercraft, you can even buy personal hovercraft to help you commute, so they are also affordable for marine leisure fun, check out www.hovercraft.org to find out more about hovercraft, no doubt hovercraft could save time and money helping people commute more effectively. Did I mention hovercraft are also kinder to the environment - no prop to damage sea mammals.
on Jan 22, 2014 at 9:09 am
Thanks Mike, that is similar to what my engineer friends were saying over the weekend.
Do I get the idea for a startup forming?