Safety Skijet First!

What’s up Brazil? I bet you’re just cruzin in the nice summer breeze right about now huh? Or wait. Winter. Anyway, there’s water on the coasts of brazil, a lot of it. Designer Mario Martuscello wants to keep those coasts super safe! So he made a rescue jet boat called “Bravo!” It’s totally whippin around doing amazing tricks while it’s not busy saving lives.

*Skijet is NOT the same as jet boat! This is a jet boat! It’s rockin!

**Rockin with safety.

Lots of traffic in the seas these days, lots of traffic. Lots of trash too, but that’s a conversation for another day. Today we’re all about the Bravo. It’s made simply for speed and ease of use. First aid on board, transport of victims using keep-it-simple techniques, security, and agility. The rescuers can ride in comfort with enough room for three injured passengers at the rear of the boat.

No attachment for tubing along the back, but I’m sure something could be whipped up.

Designer: Mario Martuscello


Bravo rescue jet boat by Mario Martuscello





  • Great job! I loved it!

  • Great job! I loved it!

  • FabZ says:

    I really don’t know if putting peoples above the engine is a great idea. Moreover, even if it seems easy to bring the corpse from the water to the boat, it will be harder to move it to the ground or the dock. Looks like they’re still many thinks to think about in this project.

  • ranjix says:

    pretty interesting concept, with the same note, it might need some more thinking – what to do in big waves (the boat seems pretty low), I bet a rescue boat will have lots more equipment, maybe one more person in it? not sure…

  • Maarten says:

    Great style, the rendering combined with the translucent puppets!
    I like the tow truck principle in the rear, and the jet ski steering unit.

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  • Sam, Wisconsin says:

    Quick question as a point of debate:

    instead of river flat bottom, why not Pontoon dual bottom? More stability can be better for rescue operations.

    Great design though. Nice job.

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