From sea-to-air: The rapid rise of the airboat in the BVI

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Title: From Sea-to-Air: The Rise of the Airboat in the British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are known for their stunning, yet harsh environment. The archipelago is home to pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, and a variety of unique wildlife. However, the BVI’s proximity to the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, and its location between two major hurricane zones have long made this isolated region a target for risky activities such as high-speed water sports. But, thankfully, an innovative watercraft emerged to contain the unchecked risk – the airboat. This rapid rise of the airboat in the BVI attracted worldwide attention, and now highlights climate change and environmental crisis while proving that local innovation can solve major challenges.
The BVI are located in an extreme maritime environment due to their proximity to extratropical cyclones and hurricanes. Hurricane Rina hit this region in 2004, and only two years later, Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, causing significant damage and loss of life. Unfortunately, these extreme weather events are quickly becoming more frequent due to climate change. As a result, all forms of marine transportation had to adapt rapidly to harsh environmental conditions such as high winds and surges that can severely damage boats or even capsize them. On these islands, this meant quickly finding a boat capable of braving both good weather and hurricane-force winds—or at least one that could take on water while keeping it moving.
The Airboat:
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In 2019, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) faced a significant environmental challenge when rising sea levels caused significant damage to the delicate ecosystem. However, this unprecedented occurrence also introduced an effective way to combat these issues – the airboat. Using innovative engineering and technology developed in the region, BPHO *1 has developed solutions for coastlines facing similar plights onto coastal environments worldwide including Kenya’s fragile tropical coastline *2 *3 . UAV-based forecasting systems combined with satellite positioning technology have enabled monitoring systems *4 *5 programmed through multi-target sensing local ecosystems affecting central African forestry networks *6 . One such example happened last month when British cosmetologist Joan Kerr was granted permission by the British Royal Geographical Society*7 not only for her work’s greatest work but also included an exclusive interview discussing her journey towards Bootster could be finished by skilled craftsmen who have had success supporting local tourist industries *8 JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON

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