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‘Seabob’ latest attraction at ‘Chaaya Blu’ Trincomalee

Sep 6, 2011 4:17:13 PM - www.ft.lk

The excitement and thrill of water sports rides such as Jet Ski’s, Banana boating and Ringo rides are challenged by the latest addition to Chaaya Blu’s excursion list. The ultimate driving experience can be practiced by leaving the roads and hitting the water.

Fantastically engaging, the Seabob offers unlimited thrills and action in water. Relaxed gliding and steering against the waves, the Seabob introduces water sports at a new level. Using the latest feature, it is now possible to move through the water like a fish, either on the surface or at depth.
The Seabob offers all-round high performance. Indeed, it’s undreamt of agility in water proves that the ultimate hydrodynamic shapes still come from nature. Steering and diving the seabob couldn’t be easier; it’s all done by shifting one’s body weight. The control grips are used to regulate speed. Apply only light pressure and the Seabob will begin to dive. The diving depth can be set according to individual needs, such as for children. For safety reasons, the diving depth of the standard models has been set at 2.5 meters. Scuba divers can use the on-board electronics to set the diving depth to a maximum of 40 metres.
The Nature Trails team at Chaaya Blu Trincomalee, educates and briefs all clients prior to the excursion on how to use the seabob. This excursion can be experienced safely by kids and adults alike as the depth of the dive can be controlled. A member of the Nature Trails team and a Life Guard will be available for assistance and guidance whilst the Seabob is at sea. Discover the amazing rush steering on water as you play James Bond immersed in the azure seas of the Eastern Coast.

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