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WSH 500 Discovery Channel

Panagiotis Zagklis (Greece) has edited video with WSH-500 filmed by Discovery Channel on May 2013.
Webs sites:
www.hoverwing.webs.com or www.wingship.com

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  1. Barskor1

    Barskor1

    9 개월 전

    Don't sell to a ferry company run a ferry company and make the craft for yourself.

  2. Errol Churton

    Errol Churton

    10 개월 전

    Way overdramatic narrator understands crap all...about to take over commercial marine transport!!?...it's been around since the 60s...if it hasn't made it commercially by now, it's going to be a non event for a long time yet...drop like a stone! spare me

  3. Alem Tesfay

    Alem Tesfay

    11 개월 전

    Caption sum ting wong

  4. HubrisNaut

    HubrisNaut

    11 개월 전

    Nice tech but, this craft was bought, not invented...

  5. Michael Talbot

    Michael Talbot

    년 전

    This is far from James Bond stuff this is the way manufacturers industry should be looking why aren't they?

  6. captarmour

    captarmour

    년 전

    is this now dead in the water?

  7. Johnny

    Johnny

    2 년 전

    "Tonight at 5, a new South Korean 'wingship' tragically lost after a rogue wave of 4 meters hits it"

    • Barskor1

      Barskor1

      9 개월 전

      Nope they can hop right over such things.

  8. andre prevost

    andre prevost

    2 년 전

    Très bien j’aime beaucoup

  9. paxwallacejazz

    paxwallacejazz

    2 년 전

    Can't keep a good idea down. The Soviets had huge jet powered prototypes that went 400 mph and could carry huge capacity.

  10. Hell Hart

    Hell Hart

    2 년 전

    Weis jemand was aus diesem Projekt geworden ist ?

    • Panagiotis Zagklis

      Panagiotis Zagklis

      2 년 전

      Continue this project.

  11. the10thleper

    the10thleper

    2 년 전

    Wonderful, I have always wanted this technology to advance. I'm very happy to know the Koreans are on it. I spent a year in Korea and loved it, hardest working people I have ever met.

  12. Eddie Lam

    Eddie Lam

    2 년 전

    Isn't this just a type of ekranoplane

    • Thugasaurus Rex

      Thugasaurus Rex

      2 년 전

      Eddie Lam technically it's a type of ground effect vehicle

    • Panagiotis Zagklis

      Panagiotis Zagklis

      2 년 전

      Can you tell me some types of ekranoplan?

  13. Walter Johnson

    Walter Johnson

    3 년 전

    Very good! efficient and needed. Good for you.

  14. JohnnyJim J

    JohnnyJim J

    3 년 전

    "This is James Bond Stuff"... And the Russians invented it ;-)

    • 고등 지능 ODINS trash

      고등 지능 ODINS trash

      년 전

      Hmmmmm let’s see about that

    • Σύλλογος Εργαζομένων

      Σύλλογος Εργαζομένων

      2 년 전

      You don;t know very well the history of ekranoplans. These vessels invented by Scandinavians on 1920!!! later on a German designer Dr. Alexander M. Lippisch (1950) has build in US a craft of this class.

    • Robert Gil

      Robert Gil

      2 년 전

      from 007 1969

  15. Oakleaf CJK

    Oakleaf CJK

    3 년 전

    Commentators voice is annoying as hell!!

  16. Javier Mac

    Javier Mac

    3 년 전

    It's very slow, only 175km/h !

    • Barskor1

      Barskor1

      9 개월 전

      Compared to a boat?

  17. elnaco sexy

    elnaco sexy

    3 년 전

    I don't see why people say its dangerous. The hydrofoils and catamarans are very fast on water and obstacles can be hit with a fast boat as well. Is not like they are driving this on the streets, the sea has no buildings and you rarely see boats once you are away from the coast. Visibility is good plus it has radars, gps all sorts of technology. it is as safe as a catamaran and probably a with a more stable ride. If it hits a wave, this things still have catamaran and hovercraft technology. Just like speed boats ,the weather conditions will limits its use days.

    • Thugasaurus Rex

      Thugasaurus Rex

      11 개월 전

      Panagiotis Zagklis no idea what you're trying to say mate

    • Thugasaurus Rex

      Thugasaurus Rex

      11 개월 전

      Michael Jeanlouis lol because I've seen shit like that happen? *Edit* oh lol I had to rewatch the video. Yea you're a dumbass. If you don't think it wouldn't rip the wing off then you're an idiot.

    • Michael Jeanlouis

      Michael Jeanlouis

      11 개월 전

      @Thugasaurus Rex Where is the evidence for such a statement

    • Panagiotis Zagklis

      Panagiotis Zagklis

      2 년 전

      Austin Massey you don't have any idea from this technology check from the video in the link that a wingtip strike in the water don't have any impact in the vessel: www.wigetworks.com/wing-tip-strike/ Also there are videos from ekranoplan with wingtip strikes in the water without any impact in the vessel.

    • Thugasaurus Rex

      Thugasaurus Rex

      2 년 전

      elnaco sexy it is dangerous because if the wing hits the water at all, it will rip it off

  18. bipola telly

    bipola telly

    3 년 전

    "help in the fight against global warming" lol that's one of the dumbest things I've heard today.... pfft

    • Thugasaurus Rex

      Thugasaurus Rex

      2 년 전

      bipola telly how lol it's much more efficient than jets :/

  19. Dichotomy

    Dichotomy

    3 년 전

    White caps? Crosswinds?

    • Barskor1

      Barskor1

      9 개월 전

      5 meters or 16.4 feet is how high it can go how many white caps are that high? Crosswinds the ocean is vast and relatively empty so getting pushed around is not devastating just a course correction to fix.

  20. Gort Sneeley

    Gort Sneeley

    3 년 전

    It looks great! I hope it goes into service very soon. But...when you can fly commercial for $200 for a return trip of 500 miles, is this actually viable as a competitor to commercial passenger jets?

    • Jefferson

      Jefferson

      2 년 전

      Gort Sneeley probably more for short hops, like covering modest distances of 1-200km between islands, or taking dive/snorkel tours to offshore reefs

  21. ryanfranciscoalpha

    ryanfranciscoalpha

    3 년 전

    Airships are real!

  22. Speedy

    Speedy

    3 년 전

    At first I thought that maybe the US would try something like this, but development would take several years and, lets face it, socialist countries just aren't very big on innovation.

  23. TheGreatUtopiaCat

    TheGreatUtopiaCat

    3 년 전

    isn't this called a hydrofoil?

    • Thugasaurus Rex

      Thugasaurus Rex

      2 년 전

      Márton Léránt people know about it in the west :/

    • Márton Léránt

      Márton Léránt

      3 년 전

      +TheGreatUtopiaCat No its called ekroplan, and since it was a fruit of the soviet union, outside of military circles, noone knows about this old technology in the west. Once it was the worst dream for coastal defences, as it flies in the height not cowered by air defense radars, nor by radars focused on ships, has a great cargo capacity, and can travel well over 200 km/h... and no one wanted the soviet tank armada to appear in surprise somewhere in the US west coast.

    • TheGreatUtopiaCat

      TheGreatUtopiaCat

      3 년 전

      @whitey22222 indeed, doesn't this have a part of it's wing in the water too?

    • whitey22222

      whitey22222

      3 년 전

      +TheGreatUtopiaCat Nope Hydrofoil uses a submerged wing to lift the hull out of the water but the wing (foil) stays in the water.

  24. Afrocanuk

    Afrocanuk

    4 년 전

    Vietnamese subtitled.

  25. Murray

    Murray

    4 년 전

    Groundbreaking inventor, Thank you for bringing new thoughts to the table. What should we do if it wasn't for genius idea?(All made by him) Inventor of them all.

    • Murray

      Murray

      3 년 전

      @Márton Léránt Sarcasm dude, so obvious. Thanks for the hint nontheless

    • Márton Léránt

      Márton Léránt

      3 년 전

      +Steppeulv What a grounbreaking invention... ? Its a shame, that its not a new tecnology. Ekranoplans like this (and bigger ones) were built in the soviet union, back in 1966. Search for caspian sea monster...

  26. Ninja Racer

    Ninja Racer

    4 년 전

    BJ Kang, what a boss inventor!

  27. kim snooks

    kim snooks

    4 년 전

    this is the best looking of the smaller ekranoplans

    • Barskor1

      Barskor1

      9 개월 전

      As it was designed by a German.

  28. No Name

    No Name

    4 년 전

    Does 175 Km/h is "untouchably fast"? Russian "Orion-20" can do 220-250 Km/h cruise speed. "Orion-40" will have the same speed. About another WIG "Burevestnik-24": The ekranoplan has three travelling modes: at speed of 30 km/h it floats like an ordinary motor boat, at 120 km/h it starts planing on the water surface, at 240 km/h it raises above the water and activates its ekranoplan function. Burevestnik-24 may carry 3.5 tons at speed of over 200 km/h for a distance of up to 2000 km. When it was tested it operated at speeds of 170-200 km/h. And, yes, `Caspian Sea Monster' did a 500 Km/h .

    • Panagiotis Zagklis

      Panagiotis Zagklis

      3 년 전

      +No Name Orion-20 has crashed if you don't know it.

    • Márton Léránt

      Márton Léránt

      3 년 전

      +김동현 but KM was also a little over 500tonns. This thing is a LOT smaller, and lighter. Thus no need for such ammount propulsion, so i don't see how its superior by having less requirement for propulsion on a smaller body.

    • 삼국SamGook

      삼국SamGook

      3 년 전

      KM was powered by 8 turbofans and this thing has only 2 props. also the engines do seem small for it.

  29. spf202020

    spf202020

    5 년 전

    Hope to see airfish-8 back someday. In Florida an ideal way to hit the islands for personal use

    • Panagiotis Zagklis

      Panagiotis Zagklis

      2 년 전

      Www.wigetworks.com

    • Panagiotis Zagklis

      Panagiotis Zagklis

      5 년 전

      @spf202020 A update version of Airfish-8 will come back in sea trials and market within next 2 months, as I have informed by Singaporean company.

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