hovercraft

Welcome To myHovercraft

I have ever since I was very small wanted to build my very own Hovercraft. The first introduction I had was down on the seafront at Southsea, Hampshire watching the boys arrive and then fall off the ramp and depart back over to the Island giving them a little wave to see them on their travels, even now I still wave them off, a truly magical time. The idea to build came when I saw a little scarab hovercraft which was racing alongside for some promotional pictures at that moment realised I wanted one, nearly 20 years I am ready to start doing just that, building and racing one, hopefully a fast one ! I have done all the hard work in construction the plans and these are ready for assembly.



I searched the internet and have had several problems in finding suitable plans to build my hovercraft from, as a result I have decided to design my own and build with fiberglass to make it lighter, I have never worked with fiberglass or engines before so this will be an experience. Most likely it will to as much fun to design and build my hovercraft as it is to race the hovercraft, Well I am about to find out !

Hovercraft Club of Great Britain (HCGB)

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Hovercraft Club of Great Britain (HCGB) is the national body for the recreational sport of hovercrafting and has about 700 members including ME, and has a lot of great deal of information, if you are thinking of building or buying a hovercraft this is the place to visit and also to join, Well organised racing throughout the summer months at various locations in the UK, The world championships are held every four years If you have the money to travel to these events. I sometimes post on the forum pages under the screen name of horus, the forum is well supported by its members with a wealth of information for any one starting to build or even just interested in Hovercrafting.

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