The ASAP Rescue 156 is designed to be used by one person. It features special handles to help transport one more person. This model has a life float, attached to the back of the bodyboard. It is controlled by shifting your body weight. The thrust is regulated by the trigger, rigidly attached to the handles, on the left and right sides. Unlike surfboards, bodyboards have no stabilizing fins and the riders normally lie on such boards.
The Rescue 156 bodyboard has a few great advantages over motorized surf boards. You don't need any special training to get started and the controls are simple and user-friendly.
The ASAP Rescue 156 has a durable molded foam hull. The battery-powered jet can reach speeds up to 16 km/h. The motor is rather silent and "green". It can be used in many water bodies.