Fargo Here We Come

Now, I don’t want anybody panicking, but floods; they happen. And as North Dakota’s been showing us, not every place can be 100% prepared for the onset of an especially quick spring after a long, tall-snowed winter. What we’ve got here is a nice little helicopter-drop-in rescue-kayak. A rescue kayak with a nice ol’ stretcher and a tent cover, no less. Better get your arms and back in shape for this one.

Would you be up for it? Consider yourself sitting on top of your house, yellin’ for help, when along comes an aircraft, dropping you a brand spankin’ new “Rez-Q,” aka the rescue kayak. Would you be in the right condition to be able to propel you and an injured passenger to safety? If not, ask designer Jacob Ballard to whip you up some robot-paddlers to go along with the package.

Designer: Jacob Ballard


  • Carl says:

    very well presented idea.

  • Henrique Staino says:

    Very nice!
    Some thoughts:

    The stretcher should have safety device to prevent the ijured from falling into water.

    Its would be interesting if the kayak had holes, so it won’t accumulate rainwater.

  • sarah says:

    i don’t think it is safe enought,but it is a good idea

  • India says:

    I think it is a great design. It is very thought out and well executed. I believe this man will become a great designer!

  • YachtBrand says:

    nice boat ,do you have detail drawing?
    I want to build it for myself

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